Liam Markham and Enda Boyce block Keelan Guyler’s momentum. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography

IT’S DOWN to the last nine in the TUS Clare senior football championship and the route to get to here is analysed in the latest episode of The Water Break.

Joining us on the show are ex Lissycasey manager John Ryan who is currently over the Limerick minor footballers, the last man to oversee Clarecastle’s involvement in the Munster club Derek Dormer and GAA programme collection extraordinaire Seamus McQuaid of the Kildysart club.

With the final round of games held across the weekend, that’s our starting point. The picture is clearer as to who still has the potential to win the Jack Daly and who is fighting for their senior status.

On the Clár:

  • Cratloe are back in contention and fully focused on football.
  • Ennistymon move from county final to relegation.
  • Plan B doesn’t exist.
  • Kildysart make their mark at senior led by unmarkable Emmet McMahon
  • Lissycasey have to make their way by the back door.
  • St Breckan’s bounce into quarter-finals as dark horses.
  • Dreaded relegation battle on the cards for Corofin.
  • Doora/Barefield ‘the team clubs will want to draw in quarter-finals’.
  • Three from three as Kilmurry Ibrickane quietly go about their business.
  • Lucky thirteen for Éire Óg.
  • Defiant Doonbeg march confidently into the play-off.
  • Miltown make their way to the knockout stages.
  • More relegation worries for Clondegad.
  • Who’s leading the way in the charge for Clare IFC honours.

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