Congratulations to Tiarnan Agnew who was recently crowned All Ireland U14 Champion in 60 x 30 Handball.
Tiernan defeated Meaths Daniel Farrelly 15-2, 15-0 to win comfortably.
The finals took place at Garryhill, Co. Carlow on October 12th last.
Clare captured a historic three Munster U21 hurling titles in a row with a 1-28 to 1-13 win over Cork in Cusack Park.
The basis for the win came in an outstanding first half performance, that saw Clare lead by 1-15 to 0-5.
By the time Cork got their second point in the 24th minute, Clare had put 1-12 on the board.
They led by 0-9 to 0-1 after 20 minutes, with Bobby Duggan landing 0-4 while Tony Kelly and Aaron Cunningham both hit a brace.
The goal came from the returning Shane O’Donnell, who finished brilliantly to the back of the Cork net.
The second half saw Clare add another 0-13 to their total, with no fewer than 10 Clare players on the mark overall.
Bobby Duggan finished the game with a personal tally of 0-10, Aaron Cunningham hit 0-4, while captain Tony Kelly and Colm Galvin contributed 0-3 each.
Clonlara’s Colm Galvin was man of the match, with another industrious performance in the middle of the field.
Best of luck to Kilmurry National School Camogie Team in their final tomorrow (18-06-14) at 2pm Cusack park.
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Sixmilebridge faced reigning Feile champions Inagh-Kilnamona in a repeat of last year’s final. It was seen as mouth watering clash and it lived up to its billing as both sides added to a fantastic game. Continue reading Bridge win 14th Clare Feile Title (SMB GAA Website)