The Maloney Garden Machinery Clare soccer Premier Division continues tomorrow with four games.
Second place Avenue United travel to Riverside to face Shannon Hibs while third place Bridge United host Kilrush Rangers.
Olympic Park is the venue for a Shannon derby as Olympic host Town. And Lifford make the trip to Sporting Ennistymon.
All games kick-off at 11am.
The T Shiels & Company First Division League Cup also heads towards the knock out stages.
Hermitage host Tulla United at 10.30am before two further ties at 11am.
Lifford B welcome Ennis Town, and Mounshannon Celtic face Moher Celtic.
Newmarket Celtic B reached the decider during the week following a 3-1 victory over Ennis Town.
Hat-trick hero Ciaran McCoy tells Clare FM’s Derek Dormer they want to continue setting standards like their A counterparts.
Derek also spoke to manager Joe Carrig who claims he has work to do following his return to the helm.