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 v Ruan;
Quarter finals; B; Banner v Clonlara; C; Ogonnelloe v Clonbony; D; Ennistymon v Broadford; E; Killanena v St. Josephs or Ruan;
Semi-finals; B v E and C v D