Evan Talty has been appointed as the new manager of the Clare intermediate ladies football team.
Following almost a year of development work internally, Clare Sports Partnership has been awarded the Xcessible Bronze Award by national pan-disability sport organisation, Cara.
James Murrihy and all members of the Clare intermediate ladies football management have stepped down from their roles.
Clare’s ladies football manager is hopeful his charges will learn from their humbling semi-final defeat to Meath.
Beaten All-Ireland finalists of the past two seasons Meath had too much class and firepower for Clare to handle and thus progressed to the decider once again at Clare’s expense.
Clare’s ladies footballers are showing strong form at the right time, selector Enda O’Halloran maintained ahead of Saturday’s All-Ireland intermediate semi-final.
Clare’s Chloe Moloney has collected her second Women’s National League medal following Peamount Utd’s success on Sunday.
Clare’s ladies footballers have sealed their place in the TG4 All-Ireland semi-finals for the first time since 2016.
Clare’s chances of progressing to the TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Ladies Football semi-finals rests predominantly in the hands of Kildare vs Laois but manager James Murrihy insists his side will remain focused on the task in hand.
Clare’s chances of progressing to the TG4 All-Ireland intermediate semi-finals will be decided in the final round of Group 4 after they kept their hopes alive with victory over Laois.