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.
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 county and provincial champions Scariff/Ogonnelloe have consolidated their place iin the knockout stages of the Clare senior camogie championship.
Saturday’s senior camogie championship tie between Sixmilebridge and Inagh/Kilnamona has been postponed.
Championship survival is on the line for teams this weekend in the Clare senior camogie campaign.
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.
Clare GAA are to review the possibility of concluding the U21 hurling championship and commencing the U20 football campaign.
Camogie chiefs in Clare are confident both adult and underage championships will go ahead this summer.
Scariff-Ogonnelloe’s unprecedented trailblazing journey finally ended at the hands of four-in-a-row chasing Slaughtneil in Ashbourne on Sunday afternoon.
*2019 Munster & Clare senior champions, Scariff/Ogonnelloe. Photograph: Veronica McMahon Scariff/Ogonnelloe’s fairytale season got even better on Saturday as they…