*Michael McTigue, Mayor Clare Colleran Molloy, Nicholas Rynne, Kevin Rynne, Pat and Antoniette McCormack and Kevin Keane. Photograph: Natasha Barton PLANS ARE WELL UNDERWAY in Kilnamona to honour one of the county’s greatest ever sportsmen.
*Barry Morrissey and Rory O’Connell swarm Louis McCormack. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill FOUR TEAMS are left standing in the race for U21A hurling glory while three of the semi-final spots in the B championship have been filled.
*Doireann Ní Ghríofa. Photograph: Brid O’Sullivan A BIOGRAPHICAL DOCUMENTARY on Kilnamona poet, essayist and novelist Doireann Ní Ghríofa will be screened at Empire Movieplex from Friday (November 18th).
*Jason McCarthy in action on Sunday before sustaining a serious injury. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill AMBULANCE DELAYS impacted on sporting contests in the county over the weekend with lengthy waits experienced by the injured players.
*Inagh/Kilnamona’s Aidan McCarthy is outnumbered as Éire Óg players swarm him in Cusack Park. DELIVERING A FOURTEEN point win over Inagh/Kilnamona has helped Éire Óg atone for their semi-final exit to the same opposition last season, the Ennis club’s manager has said.
*Shane O’Donnell controls the ball ahead of two Inagh/Kilnamona defenders. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Éire Óg exacted full revenge for last year’s semi-final defeat when brushing aside the crestfallen challenge of Inagh-Kilnamona in Cusack Park on Sunday afternoon.
*Jason McCarthy and Liam Corry will cross paths again. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill QUARTER-FINAL pairings have been unveiled for the Clare SHC, IHC and Junior B competitions.