Clancy Calls For Consistency While Cratloe Stay Grounded After Positive Start To Clare SHC

Kilmaley boss Conor Clancy says the focus for his side this weekend is on producing a consistent 60 minute performance when they take on Clooney-Quin.

The Clare Cup champions opened their account with victory over Eire Og, but were forced to withstand a second half fightback from the Townies.

Clancy says they need to ensure they deliver a performance across the contest if they’re going to collect another two points


Throw in on Sunday is at 1pm in Cusack Park with commentary on Clare FM with M.M.E.L Electrical Contractors

Meanwhile Cratloe are also eyeing up a spot in the knockout stages when they take on Broadford.

The 2014 champions overcame Clarecastle in Round One, and would leave themselves in a strong position for a quarter-final place if they make it back to back wins.

Manager Conor Earley says while it has been a positive start on a dual front for the club, they know there is a long way to go in the season yet

Throw in on Saturday evening in Cusack Park is at 6.30pm with commentary on Clare FM with John Kelleher, Kincora Garage, Killaloe.