As far as the Clare players and officials are concerned Sunday’s national league division 2 fixture with Fermanagh, scheduled for Cusack Park at 1pm is going ahead
Two Clare referees have been appointed to take charge of games in the Munster minor championships next week.
Éire Óg GAA are asking their supporters to etch their names into the club’s history as part of a new fundraising drive.
Reigning Clare senior hurling champions Sixmilebridge eeked out a one point win over Eire Og in a hard fought contest where the result was in doubt throughout.
Both Éire Óg and O’Callaghan’s Mills will be aiming to make it third time lucky against the last two champions Sixmilebridge and Ballyea who have dominated the Canon Hamilton Cup for the past five seasons writes Eoin Brennan who previews the penultimate stage clashes in this year’s County Senior Hurling Championship.
Clare’s players were moulded by a trust and self-belief placed in them by the management of their conquering side of 1995.
All games in the Clare SHC and IHC will be available to view for free this weekend.
Éire Óg secured their place in the semi-finals of the Clare intermediate camogie championship overcoming Tulla on Saturday evening.
Championship favourites Sixmilebridge and Ballyea have avoided each other in the semi-final draw of the Clare senior hurling championship (SHC).
It simply took a spark to finally ignite Éire Óg’s challenge and steer them into a sixth senior quarter-final in seven years in Cusack Park on Sunday afternoon.