*Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Clare’s latest long séjour to Ulster was pockmarked by incremental alterations to the venue, surface and most significantly weather conditions but unfortunately no change of fortune as a late brace of goals ensured that Tyrone completed back-to-back victories on Saturday afternoon.
*Clare’s Eimear Keane. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Clare have suffered back to back defeats in the Lidl Ireland National Ladies Football League.
*Grainne Nolan. Photograph: David Dillon Time management is key in the eyes of Grainne Nolan as she prepares for the final semester of completing a science degree at NUIG plus taking on a senior role within the Clare intermediate ladies football side.
Clare’s newly appointed ladies football captain will be playing with extra self-belief this year off the back of a breakthrough season for her club.
*The Clare ladies football management, Ger Keane, James Murrihy, Enda O’Halloran & —. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill No Munster Intermediate Championship in 2020 means Clare’s ladies footballers are putting extra emphasis on their league bid which kicks off on Sunday.
*Ephie Fitzgerald & Ger Keane. Photograph: John Meyler Former Clare senior footballer, Ger Keane has been recruited as coach to the county’s ladies football side.
Clare’s intermediate ladies football side have been eliminated by All-Ireland favourites Tippeary.
*Carol O’Leary. Photograph: David Dillon Carol O’Leary and Orla Devitt return to the Clare intermediate ladies football side for Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final.
*Clare captain Laurie Ryan. Photograph: David Dillon Clare’s intermediate ladies football have got their season back on track with a ten point win over Laois securing their place in the All-Ireland quarter-finals.
*Photograph: David Dillon Defeat marked Clare’s start in the Ladies Football All-Ireland IFC on Sunday afternoon.