Horse Moloney creates his own bit of history

Kilmurry Ibrickane won their fourteenth Clare SFC title on Sunday when they defeated Cratloe but that wasn’t the only bit of history set.

Kilmurry Ibrickane crowned county champions

Kilmurry Ibrickane were crowned Clare Senior Football Champions for the first time in four years when they had thirteen points to spare over Cratloe in replay of the Clare SFC final.

McInerney’s kick sends County Final to a replay

It finished all square in the Clare Senior Football Championship final as an injury time Cathal McInerney ensured Jack Daly would have to wait a little longer to find out his home for the next twelve months.

From the hills of Donegal to the windy gap...

This Sunday Cratloe take on Kilmurry Ibrickane in the Clare SFC Final, thirty men will do battle but only one of them is the holder of an All-Ireland SFC medal.

Cratloe take advantage of Éire Óg’s missed chances

It was from a convincing Cratloe performance but it was enough to get over Éire Óg who will be kicking themselves such was the amount of missed chances they had.

Cratloe conquer Ennistymon

2014 Champions Cratloe advanced to the last four of the Clare SFC when they held out for a six point win over Ennistymon.

Cratloe hold off Clarecastle challenge

Cratloe advanced to the last eight of the Clare SHC with six points to spare when they survived a late Clarecastle comeback.

Ten points the difference as Cratloe overcome Whitegate

Ten points was the margin as Cratloe ensured they remain in the race for the Canon Hamilton as they disposed of the Whitegate challenge.

Cratloe advance to last eight after extra time bout...

A late Cathal McInerney goal added a little bit of gloss to the score line for Cratloe in this one because there were by no means six points better than their opponents over the course of 80 minutes of football.