Sixmilebridge 0-21 Cratloe 0-15 In 2013 when Sixmilebridge defeated reigning champions Newmarket-on-Fergus in the county final they ended an eleven
Cratloe 3-24 Crusheen 2-1 Not one of the spectators in the Cusack Park would have predicted a fifteen point
Clare Gaelic Football Masters team play Kildare in the All Ireland Plate Final on Saturday next Sept 28th @ 1p.m.
Sixmilebridge 3-16 Éire Óg 1-19 En route to the quarter-final stage, Éire Óg have faced off with tough opposition following
St Joseph’s, Miltown 1-16 – 1-12 Doonbeg Champions St Joseph’s are 60 minutes away from retaining their title after a semi-final victory over Doonbeg
Cratloe 1-16 Kilmaley 0-12 Although they had a worrying start which included the concession of seven points in the first
Seven games took place in the Clare senior hurling championship on Saturday marking the beginning of the 2019 campaign. Despite
Clare Gaa patrons can avail of a €25 ticket to gain entry to All Adult games over the coming weekend.
Cork 0-24 Clare 0-15 One has to go back to 2015 for the last time, Clare won a game in
CLARE 1-13 WESTMEATH 0-15 By Paul Keane at TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar Experienced duo David Tubridy and Gary Brennan
Fifty one teams turned out at Woodstock last Thursday and Friday to take part in a the annual team of
Senior Football Group 1:- St Joseph’s Miltown, Kilmihil, Kilrush Shamrocks, O’Curry’s/Naomh Eoin Group 2:- Kilmurry Ibrickane, Lissycasey, Corofin Group 3:-