Well done Kilmurray Ibrickane and to ye all out there in Quilty, Mullagh and Coor. What a day for the club the parish BUT FOR ALL OF WEST CLARE AND COUNTY CLARE! A great day for Clare football, I am a native of an adjacent parish and I am so thrilled. Its the first time in decades and decades that a Clare Senior Football team will contest the all ireland football final the next biggest hing in my view to the county contesting it in september! Not bad for a county know more for its hurling success and ps the hurling community is behind ye too of Clare and arent Barry Duggan the centre back footballer for Clare from Cratloe and Sean Collins of Cratloe etc all behind this and supporting it! Its unreal. I would love if it can be now won one more game to go so who knows it could be like the all ireland u21 hurling final last september or the Munster Club Football final last December! Great times for County Clare eventhough there was a small bit of trouble with the Mike Mac saga before christmas but didnt get comical and out of control like limerick did thank God!
Up kilmurray Ibrickane Up the Banner. If Clare could do it in 1992 in Munster against kerry and bring the nation to a standstill with its performance against Dublin, then now a confident young Clare Team with potential all ireland club champions in the county should not know its strengths in the championship this year! Its time now for all clubs in clare to realsie that club football in Clare is now the best in Ireland almost and therefore the county team can make a breakthrough also!
I will be there in St Patricks Day in Croker thats for sure! This is special and is the best day for clare football fans since 1992 when Clare as Munster cHampions took on Dublin there. Oh its a great feeling it really is.
To add to Dalos speech in the hurling of 1995:
'We love our Irish Traditional Music but we love our hurling too' and we do thats for sure! WE ALSO LOVE OUR FOOTBALL!
Clare is a great county that is for sure for the culture let no one say otherwise, we make breakthroughs all the time in new competitions.
First it was football 1992 then it was hurling now its football again!
Well done Kilmurrey. Not one bit surprised, Ballina found it tough to beat ye a few years ago so the pedigree was there. Wont have a penny left by the time I take in the two St Patricks day parades. March the 17th for the Irish at home and abroad, March the 21st for the people of Laois. What would poor old saint Patrick think.
I am over the moon...............FANTASTIC PERFORMANCE......WELL DONE QUILTY.....YOU HAVE DONE YOURSELFS AND THE PEOPLE PF CLARE SO SO SO PROUD....I WONDER WHERE THOSE ARROGENT PEOPLE ARE NOW THAT DOUBTED YOU.......
WHERE IS THE EJIT CLAWHAMMER FROM WEXFORD??????? GONE TO BUY HUMBLE PIE FROM TESCOS.