It’s the view of many Clare GAA followers that the intermediate hurling championship is a particularly difficult competition to win.
A five star performance from Shane McGrath steered Feakle to a comfortable win over Clarecastle on Saturday afternoon in Cusack Park.
Action steps up a gear in the Clare SHC with the second round representing a do or die knockout clash for all senior sides, Eoin Brennan previews what we can expect.
Aer Lingus have been urged not to make any “premature decisions” surrounding its future at Shannon Airport.
The emphatic final margin may have been rather flattering but there’s no doubt that Wolfe Tones fully merited their confidence-boosting start to this year’s championship on Saturday evening.
Clarecastle captured the last of their eleven county senior hurling titles back in 2005 and fifteen years is too long to be waiting for the Canon Hamilton trophy to return to the village.
Cusack Park and O’Garney Park in Sixmilebridge are to be used as the primary venues for all clashes in the Clare senior hurling championship.
Public transport users in South-West Clare have been left ‘disappointed and frustrated’ at being left stranded in Ennis on three occasions this year.
Moy owned Cloneyogan Flash took the feature contest at Friday’s racing at Galway Greyhound Track.
Planned works in Clarecastle as part of the town and village renewal scheme will not proceed until Irish Water have tended to issues along Quay Rd and Barrack St.