Advertisement
Advertisement

Clare now hanging in till the bitter end

What a difference a year makes, well in the case of the Clare hurlers, now they are beginning to get a bit of luck and more importantly the right results.

Podge reflects on his toughest year

Dual-star Podge Collins has a lot on his plate and over the last twelve months, that plate was quiet full, a special documentary airing this Monday will give an inside look into the life of the Cratloe man as he juggles two sports at a high level while also recovering from a serious injury.

Clare hurler recovering from punctured lung

Davy Fitzgerald has explained the reasoning behind a very late change in Clare’s National Hurling League Final replay win over Waterford nineteen days ago.

Round Four of Celtic Challenge for Clare teams

Two Clare teams are in action once more on Wednesday evening as the fourth round of games take place in the Celtic Challenge.

Tough ties ahead in Clare SHC

There are some exciting contests ahead in the Clare Senior Hurling Championship following on from Monday evening’s draw at Clareabbey.
- Advertisement -

Newmarket-on-Fergus GAA announce new sponsors

CLG Cora Chaitlín have confirmed that Pat Keogh Chauffeur Service and The Sports Bar are the club’s new main sponsors.

Conor McGrath Takes Player Of The Month Award For...

Conor McGrath has been named the GAA/GPA Player of the Month for April.

Primary School Finals take centre-stage

Cusack Park played host to eight of the Primary School Hurling and Camogie finals today where Gaelscoil Mhicil Ciosóg and Flagmount/Dromindoora were crowned Division 1 winners in their respective codes with victories over Sixmilebridge and Gaelscoil Mhicil Ciosóg respectively.
Advertisement