Avenue Utd A and Newmarket Celtic A have claimed their respective places in the semi-finals of the Banner Carpets and Flooring Clare Cup.
An Ennis councillor has hit out at a “scandalous” situation that is resulting in young people with physical disabilities being forced to live in nursing homes.
A five star performance from full forward Joe McGann was the highlight as St. Breckans booked a place in the semi-final of the Clare senior football championship with a merited win over a fancied Ennistymon outfit at Cusack Park.
While Cratloe are self-isolating following a difficult week, their senior football championship rivals battle it out in Round 2 for coveted semi-final spots, three by means of the direct route and the remaining place eventually emanating from the dreaded thunderdome that is the losers section writes Eoin Brennan
Club managers in Clare have criticised restrictions on the amount of panel members allowed to tog out for championship encounters.
Reigning county champions St Josephs Miltown will have to overcome Doonbeg in a repeat of last year’s semi-final if they are to hold onto the Jack Daly, it is one of many cracking ties on the cards in the next round of the Clare SFC.
Potential sites for adding extra parking spaces to Ennistymon are currently being assessed.
Ennistymon are back in the quarter-finals of the Clare SFC, sealing their fate following a hard-fought encounter with Doonbeg on Sunday afternoon.
A bigger picture approach has been instilled by Doonbeg’s senior footballers in recent campaigns but for now only Ennistymon occupy the frame of their thoughts.
Their knuckles are tired from knocking on the door but Ennistymon remain determined as ever to make their long-awaited breakthrough in the Clare senior football championship.