*Catriona McMahon, Brid MacNamara & Seamus Hayes. Lissycasey’s Seamus Hayes has received the 2019 Clare Camogie Lifetime Achievement Award with Catriona McMahon announced as volunteer of the year. On Friday night, Clare Camogie honoured Hayes with the accolade that has previously been awarded to Flan McInerney (Sixmilebridge) and Mary Hogan (Tulla) amongst others. Chairman Joe…
Two Clare natives were honoured on Saturday night at the GAA Handball All Stars.
Speeding problems in Kilkishen “are getting worse”, elected representatives have warned with some “near-misses” in the village recently.
*A vacant property in Tulla. Photograph: Páraic McMahon Derelict houses and empty properties in the heart of Tulla are contributing to “a daunting feeling” for locals and passers by.
*Emma Austin pictured with her parents Paul and Kathy. Emma Austin is “still on cloud nine” following her successful outing in the Miss Ireland competition over the weekend.
Clare duo Rachel Whelan and Marie Donnellan will be teeing off from the St Andrews golf course tomorrow (Monday) in the Coronation Foursomes Grand Final.
*Patrick Kelly, Imogene Toft, James Toft. Clare motorcyclist James Toft smashed world records on his last visit to Pendine Sands, now he’s putting the final touches on preparations on the return trip and he’s bringing with more competitors.
Clare-based visual artist Anne Stewart will present her newest exhibition, “Memories of Displacement in a Divided Community” at Clare County Council’s Scariff Library Gallery from Thursday to 3rd August.
*Alan O’Callaghan. Photograph: Eamon Ward Securing 326 extra first preference votes in the space of five years was ‘critical’ for Alan O’Callaghan in retaining his seat on the County Council.
Cullaun Sailing Club will open it’s new clubhouse this Saturday at 2pm.