*Eoin Cleary takes on Daniel Walsh. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill For Eoin Cleary, the turning point with the current St Josephs Miltown crop goes back to November 2013.
*Eoin Cleary. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill It took extra time for St Josephs Miltown to secure their place in the Munster Club SFC semi-finals.
*Seanie Malone holds up Dermot Coughlan. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill St Josephs Miltown retained the Jack Daly for the first time in their history overcoming neighbours Kilmurry Ibrickane by four points on Sunday afternoon.
*Kieran Malone puts Mark McCarthy under pressure. Photograph: Martin Connolly Responsibility is nothing new to Kieran Malone whether it’s in the workplace or on the football field, he’s determined not to shirk from such duties when St Josephs Miltown take on Kilmurry Ibrickane in Sunday’s county football final.
*Cratloe’s Liam Markham Cratloe laid out their intentions as the Clare SFC got underway with five games taking place across the weekend.
Ahead of their trip to Fermanagh tomorrow, Clare have made three changes from the side which lost to Kildare by six points.
*Conall Ó hÁiniféin was one of Clare’s goalscorers. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare have defeated Cork in the Allianz National Football League for the third year in succession. Clare 3-13 Cork 1-10 Venue: Cusack Park, Ennis A blistering start from Clare in which they netted two goals in the first four minutes of the game set…
CLARE’S free-scoring forwards can trouble Kerry but defenders need to stand up and be counted according to The Clare Echo’s Gaelic Football columnist Martin Daly. Clare’s footballers showed every bit of their Division 2 class on Saturday as they easily broke down their Division 4 counterparts Limerick, in what was a fourth consecutive Munster quarter-final…