Galway Greyhound track continued to be a source of success for Clare greyhound owners with victories over the weekend for Ennis, Tubber and Kilmihil owned dogs.
Clare greyhounds continued their good run of form with more success recorded in weekend runs in Limerick and Galway.
Even a global pandemic couldn’t deter the positive effect of Lahinch hosting The Irish Open twelve months ago with two hoteliers from the coastal spot looking at the bright side having reopened their doors last Monday.
Moy owned Cloneyogan Flash took the feature contest at Friday’s racing at Galway Greyhound Track.
Clare GAA officials have held the draw for the Junior B Football Championship
Red Hugh O’Donnell has been back in the national headlines this week but in 1599 and 1600 he led a raid of Co Clare.
*Jamie Malone. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Weather conditions were anything but enticing but all bar three fixtures in Division 1,…
A stellar career start continued on Saturday last in Galway as Burnpark Floyd made it seven wins from seven.
Jim Gavin, the son of West Clare parents has stepped down as manager of the Dublin senior footballers.
As the Dublin senior footballers continue their preparations for the All-Ireland senior football final against Kerry and the drive for…