Cratloe boss Colm Collins is warning his side will need a season’s best performance if they’re to book a spot in the Clare Senior Football Final.
2015 champions St Josephs Miltown await in Sunday’s last four tie as they bid for a first appearance in the decider since they last claimed Jack Daly.
It’s understood Cratloe have no new injury concerns as they chase another historic double with their hurlers already through to the showpiece event.
Collins says the bar is going up another notch this weekend.
Meanwhile Miltown manager Micheal Neylon feels the hungrier side will come on top on Sunday.
The west Clare men are undefeated so far in the championship and recorded an impressive victory over Clondegad a fortnight ago.
Neylon says whoever works hardest for the 60 minutes will be rewarded.
Throw in on Sunday is at 2pm while Kilmurry Ibrickane and Ennistymon go head to head on Saturday at 4pm.
Both games are live here on Clare FM in association with Jones’s Supervalu Miltown Malbay.