The manager of Éire Óg says a great amount of respect and rivalry has been built up between the Ennis side and Kilmurry Ibrickane over the years.
The two sides will meet in Cooraclare this Sunday in Round 2 of the Clare Senior Football Championship.
With no backdoor system to enter, the championship is a knock-out format from this match on.
Paul Madden says they’re preparing for a ‘mouth-watering’ match.
Throw in at Cooraclare is on Sunday at 2pm and we’ll have live coverage here on Clare FM.
Also on Sunday, Kilrush face Cooraclare, while Cratloe’s game against Clondegad has been postponed.
On Saturday, Kilmihil play Lissycasey, St Breckan’s take on Ennistymon, and St Joseph’s Miltown Malbay face Doonbeg.
Miltown Boss Maurice Reidy says they’re looking to improve upon their Round 1 performance.
Throw in for that match at Cooraclare is on Saturday at 6.30pm and we’ll have live coverage here on Clare FM in association with Jones’s Supervalu Miltown Malbay.