Ger O’Connell has made seven additions to the Clare senior camogie panel for 2021.
Reinvigorated by the youthful additions in recent seasons, the experienced heads in the Scariff line up will play a critical role in Sunday’s intermediate final, none more so than captain Michael Scanlan.
The timely litmus test for both contenders was eventually edged by Newmarket-on-Fergus after firing the last four points to progress to a sixth consecutive Clare senior camogie championship final.
*Amy Barrett. Photograph: Caroline O’Keeffe Ger O’Connell is still hopeful members of the Munster championship Scariff/Ogonnelloe side that have not returned to the county panel will line out with Clare in 2020.
*Scariff Ogonnelloe captain, Mairead Scanlan Scariff/Ogonnelloe have had the dream campaign from winning their first county senior championship to matching it with a provincial equivalent, sixty minutes on Sunday will decide if they can progress to the All-Ireland final.
*Scariff/Ogonnelloe’s Aisling Corry. Photograph: Veronica McMahon Scariff/Ogonnelloe have qualified for the Munster club senior camogie final for the first time. Scariff/Ogonnelloe 4-08 Newcastle West 1-12 Venue: Dr Stuart Park, Ogonnelloe