An Garda Síochána have been asked by Clare GAA to investigate continuous abuse of Board Officers and are said to be considering excluding members of the media from attending future meetings alongside club delegates.
Bus signs that have been in place “for decades” have disappeared along the dual-carriageway connecting Clare and Limerick.
*Sixmilebridge’s Niall Gilligan. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Sixmilebridge’s Niall Gilligan has announced his retirement from hurling, bringing the curtain down on a glittering and memorable career.
Public faith in the board of Shannon Group has been lost and Shannon Airport is at risk of falling behind Knock Airport, elected representatives declared this week.
*Seadna Morey holds off the challenge of Enda Boyce. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (BurrenEye Photography) Tim Crowe was coach to the Sixmilebridge senior side that won their first championship in 1977, on Sunday he was manager of the side that claimed their fourteenth title.
Alex Morey’s return to the Sixmilebridge team in 2019 was instrumental in them getting their hands on the Canon Hamilton for the fourth time in seven years.
*Davy Fitzgerald shakes hands with Alan Neville. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography). Getting involved with Sixmilebridge again and seeing the club taste success at senior level has brought an immense sense of satisfaction to Davy Fitzgerald.
For the first time, Sixmilebridge and Cratloe will meet in the final of the Clare SHC at 3:15pm today, The Clare Echo sought the opinions of five well-known figures to assess how the game will go.
*Tim Crowe with his Cratloe supporting grand-children Iarla & Maeve Hawes. Photograph: Joe Buckley
*Cratloe’s Conor McGrath. Photograph: Martin Connolly Sunday has the makings of a dream final but also a nightmare as Conor McGrath and Cratloe face off with their near neighbours Sixmilebridge.