*Inagh/Kilnamona’s David Mescall. Photograph: Martin Connolly Pairings have been confirmed for the Clare U21 Hurling Championship following Thursday evening’s draw in Clareabbey.
Burren Lowlands have set their eyes firmly on workers in Dublin and surrounding counties to attract them to come and live in North Clare and South Galway.
An Garda Síochána, Clare County Council and the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) are working in collaboration on the rollout of property marking in the county.
No plans or funding is in place to build a rail stop at Crusheen.
*PRO Michael O’Connor sitting with fellow officers at the Clare GAA convention. Photograph: John Mangan Clare GAA needs to be more proactive online “to avoid innuendo and suggestion that leads to falsehood and rumours”, the county public relations officer has said.
Three contests are expected to take place for various positions at Thursday’s Clare GAA Annual Convention.
*Sixmilebridge’s Dylan Downes will be eligible for the minor grade in 2020. Photograph: Martin Connolly Two Clare corner backs are part of Brian Coffey’s county minor hurling management for 2020.
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.
On Friday, twelve men will dress up in clothing that for them is not the norm and incorporate new characters as part of a beauty contest with a difference, all in aid of Rape Crisis Midwest.
*Cratloe’s Rian Considine. A commanding second half from Cratloe saw them set up a county final date with their neighbours Sixmilebridge.