U12 ladies footballers in Clare are ‘coached to foul,’ a club referee has outlined in a call for the sin-bin to be introduced at the age-group.
Approximately 35 percent of expenditure from the Clare Ladies Gaelic Football Association was spent on the county intermediate side.
An awareness regarding the importance of team sport was realised in 2020.
Clare’s ladies football manager is hopeful his charges will learn from their humbling semi-final defeat to Meath.
Beaten All-Ireland finalists of the past two seasons Meath had too much class and firepower for Clare to handle and thus progressed to the decider once again at Clare’s expense.
Clare’s ladies footballers are showing strong form at the right time, selector Enda O’Halloran maintained ahead of Saturday’s All-Ireland intermediate semi-final.
Clare’s chances of progressing to the TG4 All-Ireland intermediate semi-finals will be decided in the final round of Group 4 after they kept their hopes alive with victory over Laois.
Injury may limit the involvement of Grainne Nolan as Clare begin their TG4 All-Ireland intermediate ladies football championship on Sunday but she is determined to play a part as renew rivalry with Kildare.
An ability to lift communities is a trait of the GAA’s which has been forgotten by sections of the Irish public criticising the continuation of inter-county games, Clare ladies footballer Caoimhe Harvey has said.
Clare ladies senior football champions, Banner, bowed out of the Munster title race when they suffered a one point loss to their Tipperary counterparts, Cahir, in a thrilling contest at St. Michael’s Park in Kilmihil on Friday night.