Retired President of Clare GAA, Padraig Mac Mathúna has voiced his frustration with the lack of underage GAA coverage within the county’s local media.
Treasurer of Clare GAA, Michael Gallagher has criticised recent commentary before the County Convention which he felt was discriminatory.
Co Clare has experienced a record-level surge of COVID-19 over the past fortnight.
Naming rights for Cusack Park and Clare GAA’s Centre of Excellence are to be considered, the county secretary has detailed in his report to Convention while the potential to generate ‘significant revenue’ from the county grounds is on the horizon.
Clare GAA’s biggest critics have been urged by the longest serving member of the County Board to air their views with officers in a bid to drive the county forward as he rejected comments that he holds too much power in the organisation.
Secretary of Clare GAA, Pat Fitzgerald has said it is planned to fill coaching vacancies that have arisen within the Association while he admitted to having a “reasonable” relationship with Brian Lohan.
A one week extension of “significant reductions” in scheduled care at Ennis Hospital and University Hospital Limerick has been confirmed while the planned opening of a new COVID-19 testing centre in Ennis has been delayed.
Clare GAA’s centre of excellence, Caherlohan has been described as a quality facility by county senior football manager Colm Collins.
A further 825 cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed in the Republic of Ireland with latest data showing Co Clare to have the highest positivity rate for the virus over the past seven days.
Getting their hands on Jack Daly for the first time since 2017 has given Kilmurry Ibrickane supporters the perfect tonic in the midst of a global pandemic, star man Keelan Sexton believed.