U12 ladies footballers in Clare are ‘coached to foul,’ a club referee has outlined in a call for the sin-bin to be introduced at the age-group.
An estimated €20m is being spent on flood defences projects in the Ennis Municipal District while ongoing concerns regarding the structural stability of the Clarecastle Flood Barrage have been raised.
Seán Lenihan has been elected as the new Chairperson of the Clare Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA).
A lack of progress on a greenway section from Ennis to Lahinch has been criticised by a county councillor with others stressing the need for the public to see the West Clare Greenway is progressing.
No further delays to the approval of flood defence works at Springfield in Clonlara are expected, leading engineers in Clare County Council have outlined.
Clare County Council have warned of “significant costs and environmental issues” associated with relocating the Clarecastle coastal flood barrage.
Tensions mounted at a fiery meeting of Ennis Municipal District on Wednesday as the topic of pedestrianisation in the county town was put into the spotlight.
West Clare’s Greenway will “surpass anything” offered by their Waterford and Mayo equivalents, key personnel behind the planned project have stated.
Ennis’ new library building remains in limbo with contractors now off site since mid-July.
Described as a “warzone with water”, An Bord Pleanála will decide flood prone Springfield in Clonlara is granted defence works.