Kilmurry Ibrickane have qualified for their tenth Clare SFC semi-final in twelve years after overcoming the challenge of Éire Óg on Sunday afternoon.
*Philip Talty is tackled by Brian Egan. Photograph: Raymond O’Mahony A dramatic finish in extra time saw Doonbeg score two goals in added time to knock Éire Óg out of the Clare senior football championship.
*Colin Smyth breaks away from James Murphy and Gary Brennan. Photograph: Mark Hayes Éire Óg recorded back to back championship wins sending 2017 finalists Clondegad into a relegation battle.
*Cathal Darcy impressed at centre-back for Éire Óg. Photograph: Clare GAA Round Two of the Clare SFC saw five games played across the weekend with St Josephs Miltown, Kilmurry Ibrickane and Ennistymon securing quarter-final places.
*2018/19 Premier League Champions, Newmarket Celtic. Photograph: Oliver Fitzpatrick It’s hours until the start of the Maloney Garden Machinery Premier Division signalling the start of the season in Clare junior soccer with action also getting underway in the first, second and third divisions.
*David Tubridy in pursuit. Photograph: Martin Connolly Although the difference should have been more, Clare’s one point was enough to secure their place in round four of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers so it was David Tubridy’s goal that would ultimately separate the sides.