Clare GAA’s finances are in “dire straits” with the organisation at risk of “going bust”.
Structures for Clare’s adult club championships have been finalised following a lengthy debate at Monday’s meeting of the County Board.
Clare GAA are to review the possibility of concluding the U21 hurling championship and commencing the U20 football campaign.
GAA pitches are to reopen for adult training from this Wednesday (June 24th).
Preferred formats have been identified by Clare GAA’s master fixtures plan committee for the running of the adult championships this summer.
Clare GAA are unlikely to put in a place a knockout format for the 2020 club championships while underage campaigns are at risk of not going ahead.
*Staff at the Cusack Park COVID-19 drive-thru. Photograph: John Mangan Home of the GAA in Clare, Cusack Park has been…
*Cusack Park. Photograph: John Mangan Plans are afoot to open a second Covid-19 testing centre in Co Clare.
Details have been released on the amalgamated Naomh Eoin/O’Currys/St Senans Kilkee side that will be compete in the upcoming Clare…
*Cusack Park. Photograph: John Mangan Cusack Park was offered as a coronavirus testing facility, Clare GAA officials have confirmed.