“Progress” is the main objective for Ger O’Connell in his second year as manager of the Clare senior camogie side.
*Laura McMahon chases Galway’s Niamh Kilkenny. Photograph: ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo Clare are ready to make inroads in the Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie League, Clare captain Laura McMahon has outlined.
*Scariff Ogonnelloe captain, Mairead Scanlan Scariff/Ogonnelloe have had the dream campaign from winning their first county senior championship to matching it with a provincial equivalent, sixty minutes on Sunday will decide if they can progress to the All-Ireland final.
*Laura Twomey gets past Chloe Morey & Eimear Kelly. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s involvement in the 2019 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie championship has concluded following Saturday’s draw with Dublin.
*FILE PIC: Doireann Murphy attempts to hook Fiona Morrissey. Photograph: Caroline O’Keeffe Waterford have completed back to back wins over Clare in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie championship for the first time in their history. Waterford 2-10 Clare 0-12 Venue: Walsh Park Ger O’Connell and his management have failed to emulate their predecessor Patricia…
*Orlaith Duggan hit two points from play. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare fell to their second defeat in three games losing by eight points to Tipperary in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship on Saturday evening.
*Clare’s Eimear Kelly. Photograph: Caroline O’Keeffe Picking up Clare’s first win of the 2019 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie championship was a case of “getting the monkey off our back”, Eimear Kelly declared.
*Eimear Kelly. Photograph: David Dillon Clare’s senior camogie side have picked up their first championship win of the year following a hard fought battle with Meath. Clare 0-12 Meath 0-11 Venue: Pairc Tailteann Level entering additional time, Clare survived what would have been a massive setback to put two points on the board and get…
*Clare’s Orlaith Duggan. Photograph: Martin Connolly One week on from their nineteen point defeat to Cork, Clare’s senior camogie side shows a single change for their trip to Meath.
All-Ireland champions Cork ruthlessly killed off the challenge of Clare in the opening round of the senior camogie championship with an injury time brace of 2-03 on Saturday evening. Cork 3-19 Clare 0-09 Venue: O’Garney Park, Sixmilebridge Once again a lack of a wide spread scoring threat would hinder Clare’s cause as they fell to…