*Mark Rodgers may miss out on the U20 championship over the ruling. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill There is growing concern amongst GAA fans in Clare that the county will be forced into playing in the Munster U20 hurling championship without four members of the panel who are also part of the senior hurling squad.
The Clare Echo has teamed up with Ennis native & podcast host Fergal O’Keeffe to bring you his new series, Travel Tales with Fergal. The podcast aims to share soul-lifting travel memoirs about day-dream worthy destinations. The All Ireland Senior Hurling final in Croke Park this Sunday should be hosting the delayed traditional half time …
Clare’s Tony Kelly has been credited with bringing his game to another level as Clare sealed their place in the quarter-finals of the All-Ireland senior hurling championship and has been described by Fergal Hegarty as the county’s greatest hurler.
As Clare and Wexford put the final touches to preparations for their round 2 All-Ireland hurling qualifier clash on Saturday at O’Moore Park in Portlaoise there is much focus on the rival managers Brian Lohan and Davy Fitzgerald.
After carving out potential match-winning positions on two previous occasions, Inagh-Kilnamona finally cemented victory at the third attempt in what was a fully merited result in Cusack Park on Friday evening.
2019 was a massive jolt in the right direction for Inagh-Kilnamona, having finally made the leap from dark horses to genuine contenders following an interminably extended period of transition.
*Conner Hegarty. Photograph: John Mangan Winning a Harty Cup has been the dream for Conner Hegarty and his teammates since they walked through the doors of St Flannan’s College for the first time.