It’s not that Clare’s opening salvo in this year’s National League was a box-ticking exercise, but as soon as the final whistle sounded to signal this facile 16-point victory it’s safe to say that everyone of a saffron and blue hue was moving towards next Sunday’s mouth-watering clash with Wexford.
Sun, 26 Jan, 2020
Limerick IT 1-15 Carlow IT 0-14: This fixture lay in doubt up until two hours before throw-in, but IT Carlow and Limerick IT finally locked horns at the third time of asking — the Limerick college holding off a spirited second-half revival from the visitors to advance to the Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final.
Wed, 25 Feb, 2015
The Tipperary 2012 glory story continued in McDonagh Park, Nenagh last night, the third leg of the Munster Grand Slam completed with this win over Clare in the Munster intermediate hurling championship final, adding to the senior/minor double won in Cork a couple of weeks ago.
Thu, 26 Jul, 2012
CORK senior hurling selector Ger Cunningham remains on course to manage UCC to a third successive All-Ireland Freshers (1) hurling title but his players had to withstand a fierce challenge from Cork IT before triumphing after extra-time in a thrilling quarter-final tie at the Mardyke yesterday afternoon.
Fri, 17 Feb, 2012
It has taken two games, but with this win at floodlit Gaelic Grounds last night, Clare finally booked their berth in the Waterford Crystal SH Tournament semi-final, and an early competitive meeting on Sunday for manager Davy Fitzgerald against his old team, Waterford.
Wed, 08 Feb, 2012
A winning debut for Davy Fitzgerald in his first competitive game at the helm of his native county as a far fitter, faster and fired-up Clare destroyed WIT in Sixmilebridge yesterday in this Waterford Crystal SH Tournament preliminary game.
Mon, 30 Jan, 2012
A LAST-MINUTE point from midfielder Tony Kelly, and Clare minor hurlers got their season well and truly back on track last night, a close but well-deserved win over Tipperary in Cusack Park qualifying them for a Munster championship semi-final meeting against Limerick on June 24.
Thu, 06 May, 2010
STEPHEN IRELAND might still be on a self-imposed exile from international football but that hasn’t stopped him being nominated for a Young Player Of the Year gong in the 18th eircom/FAI International Awards, which will be broadcast live on RTÉ in February.
Fri, 21 Dec, 2007