1919: The War of Independence’ is the theme of Clare County Library’s ‘Decade of Centenaries History Week’ which runs until Friday.
*Sixmilebridge’s Jamie Shanahan watched by Conor Deasy. Photograph: Chris Copley Semi-final pairings have been announced for the Clare SHC and IHC.
*The farm track by Nara Coates. Nara Coates’ exhibition ‘The Play of Light’ is continuing its run at Scariff Library Gallery until September 28th.
*Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor. Photograph: Martin Connolly Departing joint senior hurling manager, Gerry O’Connor has encouraged the Clare County Board to extend Donal Moloney’s tenure in charge.
*Lissycasey NS students. Six projects in Co Clare are to receive €219,000 towards Safety Measures and Play Areas for schools and communities under the latest round of funding from the CLÁR programme 2019.
When Padraig and Julie Neylon moved to Frances St, Kilrush in the autumn of 2016 they were one of very few families with children to do so in four decades, the intervening three years have seen more young couples follow suit bringing life back to an area hit hard during the recession.
Musicians have been coming to Ennis in their droves for the Munster Fleadh but the county town has also been hit by ‘operation de-plastification’ this week.
Tributes from all over the world have been paid to Brendan Grace who died on Wednesday night.
Clare-based visual artist Anne Stewart will present her newest exhibition, “Memories of Displacement in a Divided Community” at Clare County Council’s Scariff Library Gallery from Thursday to 3rd August.
*Donal Moloney. Photograph: Martin Connolly It’s been a difficult and unusual period for Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor, recent heavy defeats to Tipperary and Limerick brought with it widespread criticism of them and their panel of players which management addressed in the moments following their victory over Cork.