The Clare County GAA Board have issued a reminder to supporters to get their tickets well in advance for Saturday week’s Hurling Qualifier against Galway in Cusack Park.
The derby clash is a potential sell out as Clare fans will be hoping for a repeat of the 2007 game where Ger Loughnane’s Galway were beaten in dramatic fashion.
Supporters are being encouraged to contact their local club over the weekend as ticket allocations will be with the parishes by Monday evening.
Anthony Daly will wait until tonight to name his starting 15 for Dublin’s
Leinster final meeting with Kilkenny on Sunday.
The Dubs boss is sweating on the fitness of star attacker Alan McCrabbe.
The Clare ladies footballers train in Cooraclare this evening ahead of their Munster Final appearance in Limerick tomorrow.
Last year’s All-Ireland finalists take on Waterford in Bruff at 5:30 on the back of a 1 point win over Cavan last week courtesy of an injury time free from Majella Griffin.
There are a number of injury concerns for Management. Sandra Malone’s Ligament damage makes her an unlikely starter while Eithne Morrissey and Dual player Deirdre Murphy are both walking wounded.
Relegation from the Clare Cup Division 1 is looming for Sixmilebridge.
The Garneysiders are now 1 point adrift of their nearest relegation battlers and bottom of the table after last night’s 7 point defeat by Clooney-Quin, who have gone back top on 12 points.
This evening Whitegate can join Eire Og at the top of Division 2a with a win at home to Tubber.