St Breckan’s manager Donie Garrihy insists his side have learned from their defeat in last years semi-final as they prepare for a revenge mission this weekend.
The North Clare men renew rivalries with Eire Og, with their last meeting coming when the Townies prevailed at the last four stage 12 months ago.
2022 has already seen St Breckan’s claiming silverware after they captured the Cusack Cup title for the first time since 2005.
Garrihy says they are ready for another challenge
Throw in tomorrow in Cusack Park is at 4.30pm with commentary on Clare FM with John Neylon Associates, Ennis
Meanwhile Kilmurry Ibrickane’s bid to regain their crown begins with a local derby against neighbours Doonbeg.
The Bricks fell at the final hurdle last year when losing out to Eire Óg in the decider by a five point margin.
Manager James Murrihy feels they have used the early part of the season to find new players to add to the already experienced squad
That one has a 12.30pm start in Miltown on Sunday with commentary on Clare FM with Tubridy’s Bar and Restaurant Doonbeg