*Alan O’Neill finished with 1-02 despite starting at wing-back. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill ST JOSEPH’S DOORA/BAREFIELD are back in the final of the intermediate hurling championship for the second year in a row after withstanding a fierce challenge from Corofin on Sunday evening.
*Colm Rice races away from Matt O’Shea. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill GROWING IN CONFIDENCE with every outing, Corofin’s senior footballers have the task of taking down the county champions in the semi-finals.
*A strong championship from Cillian McGroary would aid Corofin’s chances of making the knockout stages. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography REIGNING CLARE intermediate football champions, Corofin are returning to the senior ranks with a pep in their step and this bounce will leave them with no fear.
*Gearoid Cahill celebrates scoring Corofin’s second goal. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Beaten finalists in 2020, Corofin are one step away from regaining senior status following their comfortable win over O’Currys in the semi-final of the intermediate football championship.
*Corofin/Ruan celebrate in Cusack Park. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly A first ever Clare Minor A hurling championship is the reward for an exceptional Corofin/Ruan team that overwhelmed Clarecastle on Sunday afternoon.
Clare’s minor footballers have made two changes to their team for Sunday’s All-Ireland MFC quarter-final against Galway. Maurice Walsh’s side lost the Munster Final to Kerry on a scoreline of 3-21 to 1-07 on June 23rd. The management have made two changes in attack for the game; Mark McInerney and Jack Regan who started the …