In a first for Ladies Football in Clare, Monday night championship action begins this week with the start of the senior campaign.
Galway Greyhound track continued to be a source of success for Clare greyhound owners with victories over the weekend for Ennis, Tubber and Kilmihil owned dogs.
Reigning county champions St Josephs Miltown will have to overcome Doonbeg in a repeat of last year’s semi-final if they are to hold onto the Jack Daly, it is one of many cracking ties on the cards in the next round of the Clare SFC.
A last gasp Sean Crowley fisted point finally sealed a dramatic victory for Kilmihil in an inch-tight opener with Clondegad in Cusack Park on Sunday afternoon.
A hugely encouraging 2019 had certainly whetted Kilmihil’s appetite for the new decade ahead. A senior championship quarter-final finish that included coming within four points of eventual champions St Joseph’s Miltown was further bolstered by some much-needed silverware after Shannon Gaels/Kilmihil’s thrilling Under 21A Final victory last November, Kilmihil’s first such honour since 1987.
Eoin Brennan looks ahead to the opening weekend of action in the Clare senior football championship.
Keating Construction have yet to inform clients including Clare County Council if they will be able to complete works on ongoing projects.
One of Clare’s most well-known construction companies is set to enter liquidation.
Clare GAA officials have held the draw for the Junior B Football Championship
Ladies football club action will proceed this summer.