Galway Greyhound track continued to be a source of success for Clare greyhound owners with victories over the weekend for Ennis, Tubber and Kilmihil owned dogs.
Five Clare areas have received combined funding to the value of almost €115k under a Government scheme to help towns and villages adapt to COVID-19.
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.
Cusack Park and O’Garney Park in Sixmilebridge are to be used as the primary venues for all clashes in the Clare senior hurling championship.
Croke Park officials were singled out for prioritising sponsors over young members at the June meeting of Clare County Board.
Moy owned Cloneyogan Flash took the feature contest at Friday’s racing at Galway Greyhound Track.
Structures for Clare’s adult club championships have been finalised following a lengthy debate at Monday’s meeting of the County Board.
Clare GAA are to review the possibility of concluding the U21 hurling championship and commencing the U20 football campaign.
Timmy Dooley is expected to be announced on Saturday night as one of the eleven nominees of the new Government to the Seanad.
Three Bank of Ireland branches that were feared to be closing permanently as a result of COVID-19 are to reopen at the end of the month.