Lee Devitt has signed a new deal with Cobh Ramblers to keep him at the Cork club until the end of next season.
A Clare soccer club has announced that one of its members have tested positive for COVID-19.
On Friday evening, Shannon Hibernians confirmed that an adult player who is a member of the club tested positive for COVID-19 last weekend.
All footballing activities in the club were suspended as a precautionary measure. Personnel including players and management that had been in contact with the confirmed case have been tested and returned negative results.
After receiving advice from the HSE, Shannon Hibs have been given the go-ahead to return to action on Saturday.
“We have been in regular contact with the player, he’s having his good days (and his) bad days. Everyone at Shannon Hibs wishes him a speedy recovery,” a club statement read.
*Darryl Makoni. Photograph: John Mangan A young Shannon man has spoken out about his experiences of racism in Co Clare in an attempt to educate the people of the county that racism is a problem and one that needs to be dealt with.
*Mikey Wall of Shannon Hibs loses possession to Denis Kinlan & Owen Humphrey. Photograph: Joe Buckley Shannon Hibernians have exited the FAI Junior Cup in the last sixty four, coming up short to Dublin side Tolka Rovers on Sunday afternoon.