Shannon’s Eoin Duff has collected his first FAI Junior Cup medal.
Much was spoken about Newmarket’s vast experience ahead of Saturday’s decider but none could match Fiona Lafferty’s remarkable achievement of a seventh senior camogie title.
Her jersey number could have easily denoted her match rating as Andrea O’Keeffe may have been worn 10 and started at centre-forward but popped up everywhere between 5 to 15 in a match-defining roaming role for Inagh-Kilnamona on Saturday afternoon.
A third Clare school has been affected by a confirmed case of COVID-19, The Clare Echo can reveal.
Inagh-Kilnamona stormed back to the summit of Clare Camogie after a blissfully clincial performance garnered a fourth McMahon Cup in five seasons in Fr. McNamara Park on Saturday afternoon.
Having commenced the last decade with a return to the winner’s enclosure, Brian Enright will be hoping to repeat the dose for Newmarket-on-Fergus in 2020 having resumed his role at the helm for his first final showdown with Inagh-Kilnamona.
Belying her mere 22 years, Inagh-Kilnamona captain Clare Hehir speaks and plays with a maturity befitting her vast club, third level and inter-county experience.
Having lost their three year senior camogie stranglehold at the semi-final stage in 2019, Inagh-Kilnamona are back with a vengeance this year as a renewed freshness and vigour has permeated throughout the squad once more according to manager Eugene Foudy.
Two Clare schools have been impacted by COVID-19 cases in the space of one week.
Newmarket-on-Fergus have recorded “a surge in volunteerism” with a greater focus placed on pride of place.