Cooraclare did it the hard way as they eventually shrugged off the challenge of a spirited Kilrush Shamrocks side to stay in the race for the Jack Daly.
While Cratloe are self-isolating following a difficult week, their senior football championship rivals battle it out in Round 2 for coveted semi-final spots, three by means of the direct route and the remaining place eventually emanating from the dreaded thunderdome that is the losers section writes Eoin Brennan
A place in the quarter-finals is the reward for Éire Óg as they recorded a comprehensive twelve point win.
Eoin Brennan looks ahead to the opening weekend of action in the Clare senior football championship.
Voting for Clare’s greatest senior football team (1990 – 2020) continues with attention now turning to defence.
*Jamie Malone. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Weather conditions were anything but enticing but all bar three fixtures in Division 1,…
*Photograph: Kilrush Shamrocks GAA. “A greater balance” of GAA venues hosting games in West Clare is needed, clubs in the…
A medical presence should be essential in Cusack Park for major matches within the GAA calendar, Clare clubs have said.
*Éire Óg’s Dara Walsh will be facing off with Doonbeg in the last eight. Photograph: Mark Hayes Cratloe versus Ennistymon…
Amalgamation Naomh Eoin/O’Currys will be exempt from relegation in the 2019 Clare SFC.