Clare manager Colm Collins has revealed that he would have no problem with the Munster SFC semi-final against Kerry at Cusack Park, Ennis brought forward in order to avoid a clash with the Champions League final.
It was with a huge sigh of relief that Clare progressed to a Munster SFC semi-final meeting with Kerry for the fourth year in succession after holding on for a one-point victory over Waterford at Cusack Park in Ennis.
Featuring an all star cast of David Clifford, Brian Fenton, Conor McManus, Seamus Harnedy and Gearoid Hegarty, RTE's 'The Sunday Game' sets the scene for this summer's gaelic football and hurling championship action in this promotional video…
The 2019 All-Ireland senior hurling championship officially gets underway on Saturday evening with the clash of Kilkenny and Dublin at Nowlan Park. Here are our previews for the weekend's four encounters.
Despite being strong favourites to see off the challenge of Waterford in this weekend's Munster SFC opener, Clare manager Colm Collins has stressed that it would be remiss of them to take their opponents for granted.