The Clare County Board Chairperson has rejected claims that they’re not doing enough to secure the future of football’s Cusack Cup.
It’s after Kilmurry Ibrickane manager Aidan Moloney criticised the County Board’s approach to dealing with clubs playing in the competition.
The Bricks clinched their seventh consecutive Cusack Cup title on Sunday, but afterwards Moloney accused the County Board of not doing enough to protect the competition’s future.
County Board Chairperson Joe Cooney disagrees and says they’re always open to club’s concerns
Meanwhile, the Kilmurry Ibrickane football captain has joined with his manager in criticising the County Board’s attitude towards the Cusack Cup.
Martin McMahon, a long-time member of the Clare senior squad, says the organisation of the competition needs to be looked at: