*Kevin Harnett offloads possession. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Failure to convert good scoring opportunities proved costly for Clare in the fourth round of the Allianz National Football League Division 2 played in front of an attendance of 893 people at Cusack Park this Sunday afternoon.
*Clare’s Ciarán Russell. Photograph: John Mangan Clare’s senior footballers have picked up their first win of the 2020 Allianz National Football League campaign and a vital two points.
*Cathal O’Connor. Photograph: Raymond O’Mahony ANOTHER footballing year begins and we are faced with that same question; can our football team remain in Division 2?
*Eoin Cleary. Photograph: Raymond O’Mahony Eoin Cleary has been appointed as Clare senior football captain, succeeding Gary Brennan.
*Colm Collins. Photograph: Sportsfile Unearthing new talent and exposing young players to senior inter-county standards is the aim of the Clare footballers in the 2020 McGrath Cup.
*Pearse Lillis made a return to the Clare team. Photograph: Martin Connolly Two points separated Limerick and Clare as they began their McGrath Cup campaigns on Sunday afternoon with the Treaty County emerging as deserving winners.
*Eoin Cleary takes on Daniel Walsh. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill For Eoin Cleary, the turning point with the current St Josephs Miltown crop goes back to November 2013.
*Eoin Cleary. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill It took extra time for St Josephs Miltown to secure their place in the Munster Club SFC semi-finals.
*Darragh McDonagh. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill During St Josephs Miltown’s final finish of five points in succession to claim their fifteenth ever Clare SFC title, Darragh McDonagh was among those leading the crusade.
*Conor Cleary embraces Seanie Malone. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Conor Cleary deservedly picked up the man of the match award following St Joseph Miltown’s success in the Clare SFC on Sunday, for the towering midfielder getting to line out alongside his twin brother Eoin made their win all the more special.