Clare GAA has set up a special committee to liaise with clubs as to what competition should be run for players between 17 and 21.
Reaching the final of the Clare intermediate hurling championship has not happened as quickly as clicking one’s fingers, it’s why they will savour the build-up to the occasion and aim to make their outing a memorable one for the right reasons.
Familiarity certainly isn’t an issue according to Eoin Brennan as the McMahon Cup winners of the last decade Newmarket-on-Fergus (4), Inagh-Kilnamona (3), Kilmaley (2) and holders Scariff-Ogonnelloe contest Saturday’s Senior Camogie Championship Semi-Finals in Clare Headquarters.
Reigning Clare and Munster camogie champions, Scariff/Ogonnelloe have been handed the toughest draw possible as their attempts to retain the McMahon Cup get underway.
Camogie chiefs in Clare are confident both adult and underage championships will go ahead this summer.
Living in ‘lockdown’ has reacquainted the people of Clare with the area where they reside and has highlighted the need for investment in communities.
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Lack of a follow up from An Garda Síochána in East Clare has been criticised by an elected representative.