Galway remains a happy hunting ground for Clare dogs and their Banner owners while Inagh’s Noel Hehir will be flying the county flag on Saturday in the English Derby semi-finals.
Leaders will be required in abundance as Clare prepare to take on Limerick in Sunday’s Munster SHC qualifier, David Fitzgerald is hopeful to be chief among them for the men in saffron and blue.
Clare dogs have continued their top form both in Galway and in the capital with Coolavanny Chick’s latest wins among the highlights.
Clare greyhound owners from Moy, Miltown Malbay, Ennistymon and Shannon were among the winners at Galway track over the weekend.
Not even the inclement weather could dampen down the real homecoming as Inagh-Kilnamona eased into a third Munster Senior Camogie Final in four seasons in Inagh on Sunday afternoon.
A Clare Senator has apologised for causing offence to members of the Traveller community following comments made at the national convention of the Green Party.
There will be a big Clare interest in the English Greyhound Derby which gets underway on this Saturday night.
It was a weekend to remember for Inagh’s Noel Hehir as Coolavanny Chick took the honours on the Irish Greyhound Derby night of finals.
Dr Susan Crawford (GP) can officially call herself a county councillor following her co-option to the local authority on Monday evening.
Corofin/Ruan’s bid to complete back to back Minor A hurling titles remains on track after they recorded a comprehensive fourteen point semi-final win on Wednesday evening.