Reigning county champions St Josephs Miltown will have to overcome Doonbeg in a repeat of last year’s semi-final if they are to hold onto the Jack Daly, it is one of many cracking ties on the cards in the next round of the Clare SFC.
St Breckans have marked their return to the top tier of the Clare SFC overcoming Cooraclare in a very entertaining contest on Sunday evening.
Cooraclare have ten Clare senior football championship titles to their credit whilst St. Breckans have yet to get their name on the coveted roll of honour.
Eoin Brennan looks ahead to the opening weekend of action in the Clare senior football championship.
*Declan McMahon. Photograph: John Meyler Former St. Senan’s Kilkee and Clare player David Russell is in his second season at…
*John Corry (far right) taking notes during a meeting of the West Clare MD. Photograph: Eamon Ward A Clare civil…
Clare greyhounds continued their good run of form with more success recorded in weekend runs in Limerick and Galway.
GAA clubs in Clare have criticised the amount of isolated players bypassing nearer clubs to join other teams.
New methods of thinking need to be applied when it comes to fighting the cause for Shannon Airport but one…
A Cooraclare politician has been praised for the ‘dignity and class’ in which he carries himself, having concluded his twelve month term as Cathaoirleach of the West Clare Municipal District.