A strong public connection between the public and Clare’s historic side of 1995 has endured, a key member of the All-Ireland winning team believes.
A momentum-fuelled Tubber blitzed St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield with five timely goals to power through to their third Intermediate Hurling Final in four years.
All games in the Clare SHC and IHC will be available to view for free this weekend.
Cratloe’s reward for dethroning St Josephs Miltown in the Clare SFC is a semi-final tie with current intermediate champions St Breckans.
t Joseph’s Doora/Barefield deservedly returned to the last four of the Intermediate Championship but it was far from a comfortable journey after being pushed all the way by a never-say-die Bodyke in Dr. Daly Park in Tulla on Saturday evening.
Reigning county and provincial champions Scariff/Ogonnelloe have consolidated their place iin the knockout stages of the Clare senior camogie championship.
Kildysart, St Josephs Doora/Barefield and Shannon Gaels have qualified for the semi-finals of the intermediate football championship following their second round victories over O’Currys, Michael Cusacks and Kilfenora respectively at the weekend.
Saturday’s senior camogie championship tie between Sixmilebridge and Inagh/Kilnamona has been postponed.
Championship survival is on the line for teams this weekend in the Clare senior camogie campaign.
The race for the Clare senior ladies football championship got underway on Monday evening when the title holders Kilmihil made a winning start to their campaign.