Championship survival is on the line for teams this weekend in the Clare senior camogie campaign.
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.
Less a statement of intent than a professionally clinical assignment for Ballyea who brushed past the disappointing challenge of Clooney-Quin to reach their eighth successive quarter-final in O’Garney Park, Sixmilebridge on Sunday evening.
A study is to be conducted on a road traversed by East Clare users of the Sixmilebridge Mart following concerns over the sight distance on the route.
Workmanlike is perhaps the best way of describing Sixmilebridge’s safe passage to a fourth successive senior quarter-final in Cusack Park on Saturday evening.
Action steps up a gear in the Clare SHC with the second round representing a do or die knockout clash for all senior sides, Eoin Brennan previews what we can expect.
High volumes of traffic have prompted county councillors to seek improvements to the road surfaces in Sixmilebridge.
Five Clare women will be involved with Treaty Utd as the club begins its first season involved in the Women’s National League.
Tulla owned Rockalong Aqua was among the winners at Galway Track on Saturday night while Quilty’s David Hogan produced more winners as did Sean Meade of Miltown Malbay.