REMEDIAL WORKS ARE TARGETED to be completed by the end of this year for houses at Derg View, Scariff.
Patrick Crotty takes on Eoin Guilfoyle and John Cahill. Photograph: Sport Action Photography BOTH FAVOURITES to win the U21A hurling title have been paired at opposite sides of the draw for the semi-finals.
*Clare senior hurling manager, Brian Lohan. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill BRIAN LOHAN is in the process of finalising his Clare senior hurling squad for next year with a number of changes in personnel to his panel.
*Scariff Bay Community Radio commentator Leo Doyle flanked by analysts Pat McNamara and Michael Murphy. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill SCARIFF BAY COMMUNITY RADIO and Clare FM will continue to have access to broadcast GAA games as part of the Association’s new media deal announced this week.
*Criticism of the pace of the NBP’s delivery in Clare was voiced by county councillors. DELAYS with the roll-out of broadband as part of the €2.9bn National Broadband Plan have been criticised by Clare councillors with NBI officials admitting they are eleven months off where they had intended to be at the start of the …
*Damien O’Loughlin goes down low to try sidestep Mike White. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill COROFIN and Newmarket-on-Fergus joined the quarter-final line-ups of the Clare IHC with their weekend victories seeing them advance to the knockout stages.
*Sean Withycombe is choked up by Éanna Doyle. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Action continued in the Clare intermediate hurling championship (IHC) over the weekend with six of the quarter-finalists vying to win the Paddy Browne Cup now known.
*Cllr Cillian Murphy. Photograph: Eamon Ward PRELIMINARY CENSUS findings for Clare are “so far away from population projections for the county that we’re in a different galaxy,” a West Clare councillor has remarked.
*Éanna Doyle fights for possession as Gearoid Sheedy looks on. Photograph: James Treacy With three wins from three starts Tubber are through to the quarter finals of the intermediate hurling championship.
*Mairead Scanlan was the top scorer for Scariff/Ogonnelloe. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill REIGNING CHAMPIONS, Scariff/Ogonnelloe kicked off the Clare Senior Camogie Championship in emphatic fashion with Truagh/Clonlara and Newmarket-on-Fergus also recording wins.