*Dermot Coughlan is tackled by the Collins brothers David, Podge and Sean. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill CRATLOE’s sole focus on football leaves them in a stronger position than previous outings in the last four of the Clare SFC.
*Fergal Ginnane is tackled by Darragh McDonagh. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill KILDYSART “will come back again” after their first campaign back in the top tier ended with a quarter-final defeat to St Joseph’s Miltown.
*Joey Rouine tackles Killian O’Connor. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography HOW ENNISTYMON went from contesting the Clare SFC final in 2022 to lining out in a relegation play-off in 2023 has been one of the big talking points throughout this year’s campaign.
*Cormac Murray takes on Fergal Ginanne. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill CORMAC MURRAY once again came up trumps for St Joseph’s Miltown with a defining fifty fifth minute goal on Sunday to send them into the Clare SFC semi-finals for the first time since 2019.
*Sean Collins celebrates with Jack and Cathal McInerney. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill FOUR TEAMS remain in the race for the Jack Daly following the weekend’s Clare senior football championship quarter-finals and all games are dissected on the latest episode of The Water Break.
*Ikem Ugwueru. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill. ÉIRE ÓG’s quest to win three senior football titles in a row is still alive but only just after they were brought to extra time by their neighbours St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield.
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