Clare GAA are moving into the digital world with the debut of a streaming service this weekend.
Undoubtedly wonderful memories are made on days by the sea but such is the power of the water that scenes of heartbreak are also part and parcel of life by the Atlantic as the Kilrush RNLI are well aware of.
*Pictured at Drimnagh Castle in Dublin today, Clare’s Brian Lohan. Photograph: David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile Clare may not be competing on either of the All-Ireland SHC semi-finals but in the hours before Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford take on Tipperary, his former team-mate Brian Lohan will be leading a tour of the stadium.
*Eoin Cleary tackled by Meath’s Conor McGill. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s opponents for the All-Ireland SFC round four qualifier have been announced.
*Donal Moloney. Photograph: Martin Connolly It’s been a difficult and unusual period for Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor, recent heavy defeats to Tipperary and Limerick brought with it widespread criticism of them and their panel of players which management addressed in the moments following their victory over Cork.
*Tony Kelly’s shot is blocked by Kieran Bennett during their Munster League meeting in January. Photograph: Martin Connolly Their League quarter-final defeat to Waterford in Walsh Park was the warm-up and Sunday is the real deal as Clare aim to get their Munster senior hurling championship campaign off to a winning start.
The Clare Echo is delighted to announce that 2013 All-Ireland medal winner Darach Honan will provide hurling analysis for the upcoming Championship season, as we increase our GAA coverage for 2019.
*Hurlers at the M Donnelly GAA Wheelchair Hurling Interprovinvcial League held in St Josephn’s Doora Barefield GAA, Gurteen Co. Clare in September. Photograph: Brian Arthur Helmets and hurling, it’s been a long running story in the world of GAA that has taken on a new twist.
Martin Daly GAA ANALYSIS DIVISION 2 footballers couldn’t be blamed for suffering whiplash – one minute they’re looking up the table hopefully and the next they’re looking over their shoulder in fear of the drop to Division 3. The fine margins between promotion hunters and relegation battlers became a bit clearer at the weekend and…
*Conall O hAinifein shrugs off the challenge of Cork’s full back Kevin Flahive. Photograph: Martin Connolly THE microscope rightly falls on Cork this week as pundits examine the Rebel footballers’ downfall after they were thumped at Cusack Park on Sunday. Cork’s collapse seems to be happening in slow motion, not unlike Clare’s rise…