The manager of Inagh-Kilnamona says perfection will be key when they head into Round 2 of the Clare Senior Hurling Championship.
They face Newmarket-On-Fergus, who narrowly lost to highly regarded Cratloe, while Inagh-Kilnamona took a more comfortable victory against Clooney-Quin.
Fergal Hegarty believes they’ll have to tighten up their own game to properly challenge Newmarket.
Throw in at Cusack Park On Friday at 6.45 and we’ll have live coverage here on Clare FM.
One team looking to continue their form is Feakle as they are set to take on Clarecastle.
The East Clare side were a step ahead of Whitegate in Round 1, ending the game five points clear.
Clarecastle suffered the biggest defeat of the first match, losing by 15 points to Wofle Tones.
But Feakle manager Michael Guilfoyle isn’t convinced by the loss, and preparing for a bounce back.
Clare FM will also have live coverage of Wolfe Tone’s clash against Kilmaley on Saturday from 1pm and Clonlara versus Broadford on Sunday at 12 noon in association with Blossoms on the Go, Garden Centre, Center point, Hermitage Ennis.
On Saturday at Cusack Park, Kilmaley also take on Wolfe Tones from 1pm, Feakle go up against Clarecastle at 3:45pm, while Sixmilebridge are up against Whitegate from 6:45pm.
While on Sunday it’s Éire Óg v Cratloe in Shannon at 12pm, Broadford take on Clonlara in Cusack Park at 12pm, Crusheen go up against O’Callaghans Mills in the same venue at 2:45pm and it’s Ballyea versus Clooney/Quin in Sixmilebridge at 5pm