The Clare team that played Waterford in the 2019 McGrath Cup Semi-Final.

Clare’s senior footballers are in action again today in Cusack Park when they welcome Cork in the National Football League Division 2.

Colm Collins’ team are chasing an unprecedented fifth consecutive league win over the Rebels including wins in 2017 and 2018.

Throw-in at Cusack Park on Sunday is 2pm and Clare FM will have live coverage in association with Tubridys Bar and Restaurant Doonbeg.



Clare senior football manager Colm Collins has made three changes ahead of this Sunday’s National Football League meeting with Cork.


Cork Manager Ronan McCarthy announced his team Thursday Night


The Banner got their first point against Armagh last week and manager Colm Collins hopes that will be a starting block for further good results. 


The crowd made their voices heard in their last home game against Donegal and Kilmurry/Ibrickane’s Keelan Sexton says they need to be full focused on Cork. 


Both teams are winless from their opening two ties and former player Ger Keane says the result will be massive.


Cork will seek redemption from the recent McGrath Cup loss but Cooraclare’s Joe Garry thinks another win will provide Clare a margin on the Rebels.