A huge win for Tipperary was how David Power described his side’s victory over Clare in Sunday’s Munster senior football championship quarter final at Semple Stadium in Thurles.
Resurfacing of the area opposite the funeral home in Lissycasey is to be completed by road staff of Clare County Council.
Just under three years after calling time on his long career between the posts for the Clare footballers, Joe Hayes finds himself in the opposing camp as the Munster senior football championship commences this weekend.
Criticism of the condition of Clare roads as a result of forestry work has been voiced by West Clare councillors.
Clare’s longest serving councillor has claimed a “systematic targetting” of West Clare has been prevalent for the last twenty years surrounding refused planning permission for settlements in the area.
Clare football has received a massive boost ahead of the resumption of inter county activity with the news that Gary Brennan and Jamie Malone have rejoined the squad.
A powerful final quarter saw Lissycasey retain the O’Gorman Cup at Doonbeg on Saturday evening when they recorded a comprehensive victory over Ennistymon.
TII should not wait for the “next fatality” before introducing safety measures on the N68 at Darragh, an elected representative of Clare County Council has stated.
In a high scoring Clare senior football championship semi-final, Kilmurry-Ibrickane’s greater calmness under pressure proved decisive as they edged a most entertaining contest with Lissycasey.
Will experience win through to tee up a Cratloe v Kilmurry Ibrickane final or can Lissycasey and St Breckan’s upset the odds and announce a new senior football order for a new decade? Eoin Brennan previews the weekend’s semi-final candidates.