St Breckan’s boss Donie Garrihy insists no one in his camp is getting carried away as they prepare for the quarter finals of the Clare senior football championship.
The North Clare men finished the group stages unbeaten with victories over Doora Barefield, Kilrush and Kilmihil, meaning they will be seeded in the draw for the last eight.
Garrihy says the standard of the club championship in Clare means that nothing can ever be taken for granted
Meanwhile two west Clare rivals are set for a playoff showdown with a place in the quarter finals on offer for the winners.
Kilmihil will face Doonbeg in two weeks time, after both sides secured third place in their respective groups.
Doonbeg lost out to Eire Óg in their final round tie but manager Mark Rafferty is confident they can regroup ahead of that game
Kilmihil lost out in a battling performance against St Breckans, and manager Gerry Downes knows another huge test lies ahead with their neighbours