*St Breckans celebrate their intermediate success. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) St Breckans pride themselves on being a senior club which as full forward Joseph McGann pointed out brought with it a degree of pressure to get over the line in Saturday’s intermediate final.
*Donie Garrihy embraces Maccon Byrne. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Donie Garrihy will always have a special place in the folklore of Clare soccer but on Saturday he achieved with his local GAA club St Breckans guiding their return to the senior ranks at the first attempt.
*Aiden Davidson and Jack Sheedy celebrate. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) St Breckans have sealed their return to the senior ranks of Clare football, twelve months after being relegated.
*Donie Garrihy. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Passion and pride are two traits Donie Garrihy will always bring to the fore regardless of the sport, so long as his native place is concerned.
It’s his first year on the Kildysart intermediate panel but Emmet McMahon is well aware of the heartbreak suffered by the club on big days.
*FILE PHOTO: Aidan Davidson in action for St Breckans. Photograph: Gary Collins Kildysart and St Breckans will meet in the final of the Clare IFC following their respective semi-final wins over the weekend.
*Kilmurry Ibrickane’s Keelan Sexton. Photograph: Martin Connolly Three of the four semi-finalists in this year’s Clare SFC have been confirmed.
*St Josephs Miltown netminder, Sean O’Brien. Photograph: Martin Connolly Miltown have maintained their unbeaten run in the 2019 Clare SFC getting a share of the spoils against Naomh Eoin/O’Currys on Monday evening.
*Éire Óg’s Dara Walsh will be facing off with Doonbeg in the last eight. Photograph: Mark Hayes Cratloe versus Ennistymon is the pick of the round following Monday evening’s draw for the Clare SFC quarter-finals.