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.
Scariff Bay Community Radio is set for another first this weekend.
Championship favourites Sixmilebridge and Ballyea have avoided each other in the semi-final draw of the Clare senior hurling championship (SHC).
Scariff qualified for the Clare IHC semi-finals for the second year upsetting neighbours Tulla on Sunday afternoon.
Clare Animal Welfare have announced details of their Spay and Neuter programme for 2020.
Two major local derbies are on the cards in the Clare SHC quarter-finals with some exciting clashes also in store for the Clare IHC last eight.
It’s the view of many Clare GAA followers that the intermediate hurling championship is a particularly difficult competition to win.
With schools set to reopen later this month, a Clare TD has cautioned that the timeframe to equip schools to conform to COVID-19 regulations is unrealistic and thus puts the upcoming academic term at risk.
Funding to the value of €255,000 has been set aside for the West Clare Greenway.
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.