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.
Ger O’Connell has committed to a third season in charge of the Clare senior camogie team.
It was the same but different as Cork maintained their championship hold over Clare to power into the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Semi-Finals in Pairc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday afternoon.
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.
An eleven point winning margin saw Clare’s senior camogie side book their spot in the All-Ireland quarter-finals for the first time in six years.
Clare’s senior camogie side are in must win territory as they welcome Dublin to Fr McNamara Park this weekend.
In a display that could only be admired, Tipperary emphatically secured the opening points of this year’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship on Sunday afternoon.
Two of Clare’s most experienced camogie players have rejoined the county panel ahead of the start of the All-Ireland championship next weekend.
Reigning county and provincial champions Scariff/Ogonnelloe have consolidated their place iin the knockout stages of the Clare senior camogie championship.
Championship survival is on the line for teams this weekend in the Clare senior camogie campaign.