The Aer Lingus Fenway Hurling Classic will be broadcast live on TG4 on Sunday next as follows:- 5.30pm: Aer Lingus
Feakle will play Charleville (Cork) in the AIB Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Final on Sunday next November 18th at
St Joseph’s Milltown 2-11 The Nire 0-9 Two second-half goals helped book a Munster final slot for St
Ballygunner 2-26 Ballyea 2-23 Waterford champions Ballygunner will meet Limerick’s Na Piarsaigh in the Munster senior
Congratulations to Peter Duggan and John Conlon who won PwC All Star Hurling Awards for 2018.
It is hard to ignore the growing trend of ‘clean’ healthy eating that is sweeping Irish shores, unless you have
Let’s move more and sit less. If you take one thing from this section, let it be that simple message.
St Joseph’s Miltown 0-14 Ennistymon 0-8 StJoseph’s Miltown are county football champions for the 14th time, following a superb second
Ballyea 1-20 Cratloe 1-14 Ballyea produced a remarkable 13 point second half turnaround to complete their second Clare
80 page Hurling County Finals programme. Lineouts included for Senior, Intermediate, Junior A & Minor Finals. Full Review of the
Ballyea and Cratloe will go head to head on Sunday next in Cusack Park @ 3:30p.m. in the Clare Senior
St Joseph’s 1-15 Cratloe 1-8 St Joseph’s Milltown advanced to the Clare SFC championship final after a seven point victory