Time waits for no man, woman or child, athletes too are included in this bracket and unfortunately the talent and ability of Tony Kelly cannot be bottled to pass onto future generations.
Clare needed to be six or seven points ahead at half time in Monday’s Munster under 20 hurling championship quarter final clash with title holders Tipperary as there was a strong breeze blowing down the field.
A strong third quarter during which they scored 0-7 without reply helped Tipperary to victory over Clare in the quarter final of the Munster U20 hurling championship on Monday evening.
Clare U20 manager Sean Doyle is upbeat for his side’s chances when they meet Tipperary on Monday despite the loss of key man, Aidan McCarthy.
Two members of Clare’s All-Ireland winning team of 2013 have departed Brian Lohan’s senior hurling panel while three of the most promising young hurlers in the county have joined the squad.
Banner GAA claimed the Junior B title for the first time in their history on Sunday with a fully merited win over Newmarket-on-Fergus.
Clare have exited the Munster U20 football championship after giving reigning All-Ireland champions Cork a stern test on Wednesday evening.
*Sean Conway. Photograph: Raymond O’Mahony Michael Neylon has named his team for Clare’s Munster U20 football quarter-final clash with Waterford…
*Sean Doyle. Photograph: ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry Crusheen senior hurler Jamie Fitzgibbon is joining Sean Doyle’s Clare U20 hurling management.
*Shane Meehan. Photograph: Chris Copley Clare minor hurlers Shane Meehan and Cian Galvin have been selected on the Electric Ireland…