Brexit’s deadline of October 31st is inching ever closer but at the minute in Clare the main border of concern is the one between Cratloe and Sixmilebridge.
*Photograph: Martin Connolly No appointment for the post of Clare senior hurling manager was made at a special meeting of the Clare County Board on Wednesday, instead delegates requested that the process to fill the vacancy be restarted.
Speeding cyclists have prompted the call for traffic calming strips in Cratloe.
*Daragh Sexton offloads the ball under pressure from Sean Collins. Photograph: Sean Collins A first ever senior championship final meeting with neighbours St Josephs Miltown is the reward for Kilmurry Ibrickane following their two point win over thirteen man Cratloe on Sunday. Kilmurry Ibrickane 0-13 Cratloe 1-08 Venue: Cusack Park, Ennis
*Cratloe’s Rian Considine. A commanding second half from Cratloe saw them set up a county final date with their neighbours Sixmilebridge.
*Shane Hickey and Shane Gleeson will be crossing paths in two weeks. Photograph: Martin Connolly Fresh off the back of the weekend’s quarter-finals, the semi-final draw for the Clare SFC and IFC took place on Monday evening.
North Clare production company, Ballycartoon Productions recently screened their latest short-film at the Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival.
*Kilmurry Ibrickane’s Keelan Sexton. Photograph: Martin Connolly Three of the four semi-finalists in this year’s Clare SFC have been confirmed.
*Sixmilebridge’s Jamie Shanahan watched by Conor Deasy. Photograph: Chris Copley Semi-final pairings have been announced for the Clare SHC and IHC.
*Liam Markham was very impressive for Cratloe. Photograph: Mark Hayes Shane Gleeson scored the all-important winner of sixty minutes to send Cratloe into the last four at the expense of Clonlara who once again fell short when it mattered most.