*Photograph: John Mangan AN UNUSED PIECE of land south of the cliff park in Lahinch is to be examined and potentially turned into a skate park.
*Christmas Day swimmers in Lahinch. Photograph: John Mangan LAHINCH and Ennistymon are “years away” from making progress on its wastewater treatment plant difficulties, elected representatives have lamented.
*David McNamara scrambles to win the ball with Oran Cahill and Ikem Ugwueru closing in. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill ENNISTYMON can take more positives than negatives from their 2022 Clare SFC campaign but they remain dejected with the outcome of Sunday’s county final.
*Sean Rouine, Joey Rouine, Brendan Rouine, Ciaran Vaughan, Cillian Rouine, Eoin Rouine. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill WITH NO LESS THAN TEN of the Rouine clan forming part of the Ennistymon panel, to call it a family affair for the football mad North Clare crew is certainly an understatement.
*Lawrence Healy leading the way for Ennistymon. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill AN EXPERIENCED HEAD, LAWRENCE Healy will relish the chance to feature on county final day if given the opportunity.
*Buses en route to the Cliffs of Moher. BUS OPERATORS who did not use allocated routes to the Cliffs of Moher should not be allowed to part at the visitor centre, a North Clare councillor has argued.
Michael O’Dwyer holds onto Adam Ralph. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill ENNISTYMON’s senior footballers are the ‘perfect representation’ of what the North Clare town stands for in the eyes of their proud manager.
*Darren O’Brien and Conor O’Halloran embrace at the final whistle of the 2021 Clare SFC final. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill ADDITION OF PRIVATE DEVELOPER LED wastewater infrastructure is key to haling the decline of 51 towns and villages in Clare who face the risk of depopulation in its absence.