A Podge Collins inspired Cratloe advanced to their first Clare SFC final since 2016 narrowly defeating an impressive St Breckans side.
Services must be equipped to combat the mental health problems that have arisen from COVID-19, a North Clare councillor has outlined.
A five star performance from full forward Joe McGann was the highlight as St. Breckans booked a place in the semi-final of the Clare senior football championship with a merited win over a fancied Ennistymon outfit at Cusack Park.
Potential sites for adding extra parking spaces to Ennistymon are currently being assessed.
St Breckans have marked their return to the top tier of the Clare SFC overcoming Cooraclare in a very entertaining contest on Sunday evening.
Cooraclare have ten Clare senior football championship titles to their credit whilst St. Breckans have yet to get their name on the coveted roll of honour.
Organisers of the Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival have confirmed the festival will not be going ahead this year due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Clare greyhounds continued their good run of form with more success recorded in weekend runs in Limerick and Galway.
Miltown Malbay has “been shafted” by its continued omission from the Wild Atlantic Way route with West Clare councillors stressing that this be rectified prior to an expected increase in staycations this summer.
A “huge surge” in demand for desk space at Clare’s remote working digital hubs has been recorded in the month of June while the prospect of opening student hubs in the county is to be examined for third-level students.