*Winners of the Club Clare Golf Classic – Conor Gilligan, Sean Neylon, Martin McGivern, Tom Galvin. Captain John Casey’s prize was played for at Dromoland at the weekend when Hugh O’Neill emerged as the winner with 99.
*Cathal Malone in Lahinch. Photograph: John Mangan The Clare Echo’s hurling coverage is brought to you in association with Cellnet. Cathal Malone has been on the Clare senior hurling panel since 2014, last year’s season stands out at his best to date but he’s determined to go bigger and better for the campaign ahead.
*Clare selector Ken Ralph and manager Brian Lohan. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill The backing of just shy of 1,000 membership subscriptions to Club Clare in its first week has been described as the ‘perfect boost’ for all the county’s hurling and camogie squads according to the senior managers in both codes.
*Photograph: Mark Hayes Clare hurling and camogie teams will find themselves at a disadvantage to other counties if they cannot match the financial support at their disposal, the newly appointed secretary of Club Clare has said.
*Clare hurlers celebrating on their homecoming after winning the 2013 All-Ireland. Clare GAA have been urged to “address the story” questioning the manner in which funds were raised and spent by the Hurling Supporters Club between 2012 and 2015.
*The Clare senior hurling panel. Photograph: Martin Connolly Members of the Clare senior hurling panel have raised a number of concerns with the Clare County Board at a meeting held earlier this evening (Tuesday).