The Clare senior camogie players have been preparing for the past number of weeks for the opening round of the National League when they are due to meet Galway on Saturday May 15 at Kenny Park in Athenry but at this moment they don’t know whether or not the game will take place.
*Clare selector Ken Ralph and manager Brian Lohan. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill The backing of just shy of 1,000 membership subscriptions to Club Clare in its first week has been described as the ‘perfect boost’ for all the county’s hurling and camogie squads according to the senior managers in both codes.
Countless milestones, memories and gatherings were taken from our reach in 2020 but once again sport came up trumps in providing joy and solace with many organisations also leading the way when it came local community responses during the pandemic, Head of Sport Páraic McMahon dishes out the gongs in the inaugural Clare Echo Sporting Awards.
As they prepare for their first All-Ireland senior quarter-final in six seasons, Clare camogie boss Ger O’Connell is hopeful his charges will grow in confidence following their dominant weekend win over Dublin.