As the Allianz National Football League recommended, Clare returned to winning ways albeit by making hard work of Fermanagh.
Cratloe deservedly advanced to their fifth consecutive Senior Football Championship Semi-Final after a powerful finish saw them produce a dramatic seven point turnaround to end St Joseph’s Miltown’s two year reign in Cusack Park on Sunday evening.
St Josephs Miltown’s hopes of a third Clare senior football title in a row are alive and well.
With Kilmurry Ibrickane, Lissycasey and St Breckan’s safely into the final four of the senior football championship, the semi-final line-up will be completed this weekend as four teams vie for just one solitary spot in in a two match blitz, writes Eoin Brennan
Back-to-back champions St Joseph’s Miltown finally got off the mark for this year’s Senior Football Championship after keeping a stubborn Doonbeg at arm’s length to advance to the last six in Cooraclare Park on Saturday evening.
In a repeat pairing of last year’s county final, Kilmurry Ibrickane turned the tables to advance to the Clare SFC quarter-finals.
*David O’Brien (pictured) and Frank Minogue started the fundraiser. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Current restrictions have limited the public’s movement to…
We’ve reached the attack in the quest to select Clare’s greatest senior football team of the past three decades.
*Ciarán Russell. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Clare’s senior footballers have collected their second win of the 2020 Allianz National Football League.
*Kevin Harnett offloads possession. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Failure to convert good scoring opportunities proved costly for Clare in the fourth…