“Anything could happen” with only six teams left standing in the race for the Liam McCarthy, Clare’s Tony Kelly has outlined.
With Kilmurry Ibrickane, Lissycasey and St Breckan’s safely into the final four of the senior football championship, the semi-final line-up will be completed this weekend as four teams vie for just one solitary spot in in a two match blitz, writes Eoin Brennan
*David O’Brien (pictured) and Frank Minogue started the fundraiser. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Current restrictions have limited the public’s movement to within 2km of their home but in an innovative move the people of Miltown Malbay are managing to travel the world without leaving their parish.
*Darragh McDonagh. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill During St Josephs Miltown’s final finish of five points in succession to claim their fifteenth ever Clare SFC title, Darragh McDonagh was among those leading the crusade.
*Conor Cleary embraces Seanie Malone. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Conor Cleary deservedly picked up the man of the match award following St Joseph Miltown’s success in the Clare SFC on Sunday, for the towering midfielder getting to line out alongside his twin brother Eoin made their win all the more special.