*Cathal Malone netted a hat-trick for Sixmilebridge. Photograph: John Meyler Seven games took place in the Clare senior hurling championship on Saturday marking the beginning of the 2019 campaign.
A Quin father of three has had his medical card revoked twice by the HSE since receiving a terminal diagnosis in July 2017.
42 Clare children who were without a secondary school place for September are to be accepted into Ennis Community College.
*Clare’s Dylan Downes. Photograph: Martin Connolly Fergal Lynch has experience of Munster Final day as a player and now a manager, neither occasion had a successful outcome.
For the second time this year, the minor hurlers of Clare and Limerick face off in championship action, Banner boss Fergal Lynch is determined they won’t make the same mistakes from their June 9th meeting.
*Clare’s Orlaith Duggan. Photograph: Martin Connolly One week on from their nineteen point defeat to Cork, Clare’s senior camogie side shows a single change for their trip to Meath.
*Cormac Murphy, Oisin Clune & Sean Ronan celebrate at the final whistle. Photograph: Martin Connolly Qualifying for the Munster Final has been the goal for the Clare minor hurlers since November according to their manager, Clooney/Quin clubman Fergal Lynch.
A meeting is to take place tomorrow between a senior official from the Department of Education and principals from all secondary schools in the Ennis area regarding second level enrolment issues in the county.
*Ger O’Halloran. Photograph: Martin Connolly In his second bid to become a county councillor, Ger O’Halloran once again came up short as the closest candidate to the elected bunch.
*A damaged garden shed in Newmarket-on-Fergus. Photograph: Paula Carr Whelan Parts of Co Clare remain without power as the clean-up from Storm Hannah continues.