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Junior hurling and football draws

The draws for the junior B and C hurling championships and the junior B football championship were made at a meeting of Clare GAA in Clareabbey this Tuesday evening. Fifteen teams will compete for the B hurling title and they have been divided into four groups, three of four and one of three, from which the top two in each will go on to contest the quarter finals. Eight teams will compete for the junior B football title and they are divided into two groups of four. The junior C hurling championship is a knock out competition in which there will be nine teams. The details are Junior B football; Group 1;–Shannon Gaels, Coolmeen, Clarecastle, Kilmihil Group 2; Doonbeg, St. Breckans, Clonbony, Banner Junior B hurling Group 1; Tulla, Eire Og, St. Josephs, Whitegate; Group 2; Feakle, Smith O’Briens, Tubber, Sixmilebridge; Group 3; Inagh-Kilnamona, Parteen, Newmarket, Scariff; Group 4; Kilmaley, Wolfe Tones, Clarecastle Junior C hurling Preliminary round; A-St. Josephs …

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Junior Football Groupings

Seventeen clubs will compete for the Clare junior football championship in 2016 and they will be divided into four groups, three of four and one of five. Two teams will qualify from each group for the quarter finals. The groupings are; Group 1—Lissycasey, Clondegad, Doonbeg, Ballyvaughan, Kilmurry-Ibrickane; Group 2—Moy, Killimer, Naomh Eoin, Cratloe Group 3—Ennistymon, Meelick, Miltown and Ml. Cusacks Group 4—Kilrush, Clooney-Quin, St. Josephs, Cooraclare

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Junior championship draws

Draws for the junior hurling and football chamionships were made this Monday evening at Clare GAA headquarters in Clareabbey and resulted as follows Junior A football; Group 1—Kilrush,St. Josephs, Meelick, Moy; Group 2—Killimer, Ennistymon, Ballyvaughan, Ml. Cusacks; Group 3—Kilmurry-Ibrickane, Doonbeg, Clondegad, Cooraclare; Group 4—Cratloe, Lissycasey, Naomh Eoin, Miltown; Junior A hurling chamionship; Group 1—Clooney-Quin, Ennistymon, Meelick, Eire og, bodyke; Group 2—Stl Josephs, Ogonnelloe, O’C.Mills, Kilmaley; Group 3—Broadford, Ballyea, Sixmilebridge, Crusheen; Junior B football championship Group 1—WolfeTones, O’Currys, Clonbony, Clarecastle, St. Breckans; Hroup 2—Coolmeen, Cratloe, Banner, Shannon Gaels Junior B hurling championship; Group 1-Wolfe Tones 2, Whitegate, Clarecastle, Scariff; Group 2-Tubber, Feakle, St. Josephs, Kilmaley; Group 3—Smith O’Briens, Wolfe Tones 1, Parteen, Inagh-Kilnamona; Hroup 4—Clooney-Quoi, Tulla, Newmarket Junior C hurling championship; Quarter finals; !-Broadford v Sixmilebridge; B-Killanena v Ogonnelloe; C-Ruan v Clonlara; D-Clonbony v Banner; Semi-finals; C v A; D v B By Seamus Hayes

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McCarthy points the way for Inagh-Kilnamona

By Seamus Hayes A haul of eleven points from teenager Jason McCarthy steered Inagh-Kilnamona to the Clare junior A hurling championship title when they proved too strong for Clonlara at sun splashed Clarecastle on Saturday afternoon. A goal from full forward Dermot Gannon, eleven minutes into the game gave the winners a six point lead (1-5 to 0-2) after a quarter of an hour. P_laying with the assistance of the breeze, Clonlara fought back and when the half time whistle sounded they were just three in arrears, 0-6 to 1-6. The South East Clare side scored the first two points of the second half to move to within a point of the winners but that was as good as it got and Inasgh-Kilnamona hit back with seven unanwered points to lead by eight inside the final quarter. Clonlara made a number of changes in an effort to get back into contention but Inagh-Kilnamona had the better balanced outfit and they …

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325 hospital procedures cancelled

Up to 325 procedures covering surgery, out patient appointments and clinics in six acute  Mid-West hospitals were cancelled on Tuesday as a result of the junior doctors’ strike. The HSE has confirmed the cancellations affecting Clare patients were in the University  Hospital Limerick, University Maternity Hospital, Ennis Hospital, Croom Hospital, Nenagh Hospital. According to the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO), Sunday cover plus an Intensive Care Unit ((ICU) registrar will be provided at University Hospital Limerick, Ennis Hospital and Nenagh Hospital on Tuesday. “It is up to the hospital to make the necessary arrangements with regard to any cancellations they feel are necessary. “Chemotherapy services and dialysis will be protected. If further cover is needed over and above Sunday cover to ensure this then that will be provided,” said an IMO spokeswoman. The Mid-West HSE has stated any patient whose operation, clinic appointment or service is affected is being contacted directly by phone. Any patient who doesn’t directly  hear from the …

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Semi-final places secured

  All-Ireland hurling final fever continues to grip Clare ahead of tomorrow’s meeting with Cork for the Liam McCarthy cup but domestic competitions continue and following this Saturday’s action the way is now clear for the semi-finals of both the junior A hurling and football championships. In hurling Bodyke will play St. Josephs while Inagh-Kilnamona will face Cratloe. The junior A football semi-final draw has yet to be made but following today’s quarter finals, Eire Og, Coolmeen, Ballyvaughan and Cooraclare are the last four standing in the race for this title

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