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Local results in Clare Senior football ch'ship?

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Anybody got any results from all the games played yesterday (sunday 8th august)??

banner_boy (Clare) - Posts: 1285 - 09/08/2010 13:29:12    740738


Miltown beat kilkee 2-11 to 1-9 while Kilrush beat O'Currys 3-11 to 0-7.

Eire Og also won, cant remember who they were playing though!!

LohansRedHelmet (Clare) - Posts: 2023 - 09/08/2010 14:07:27    740817



Cratloe 2-10 Lissycasey 0-6;

Shannon Gaels 1-10 Wolfe Tones 0-7;

Doonbeg 1-8 Cooraclare 0-8;

Kilmurry-Ibrickane 0-7 Liscannor 0-3;

Eire Og 3-8 Kilmihil 1-6;

Ennistymon 0-9 St Joseph's 1-6;

Milltown 2-11 St. Senan's 1-9;

Kilrush 3-11 OCurrys 0-7

Gael85 (Dublin) - Posts: 1433 - 11/08/2010 13:03:02    743065


Kilmurry-Ibrickane looking strong,should win championship handy again.They have added ex Laois manager Sean Dempsey to their backroom team.

Gael85 (Dublin) - Posts: 1433 - 11/08/2010 14:17:13    743184


I dunno, I fancy doonbeg to cause an upset if they happen to meet quilty in knock-out stages - they've a god young team who have had 2-3 years blooded into them at senior level now - kilmurray for all their underage talent are still relying on the old lads when the chips are down. shannon gaels and ennistymon could well prove to be suprise packages this year too i feel..

banner_boy (Clare) - Posts: 1285 - 13/08/2010 13:46:18    745306


Big game this weekend between Kilmuuray Ibrickhane and Doonbeg,Kilmurray to shade it by a couple points

Gael85 (Dublin) - Posts: 1433 - 17/09/2010 18:13:34    777236


great victory for Doonbeg against Kilmurray Ibrickhane,hopefully they can go on to win championship now.

Gael85 (Dublin) - Posts: 1433 - 19/09/2010 12:46:12    778082


Doonbeg V Liscannor County Final
Doonbeg to shade it by 2 points

Gael85 (Dublin) - Posts: 1433 - 29/09/2010 21:50:06    787267


big game tomorrow between Doonbeg and Liscannor.Doonbeg have quality players in Dvid Tubridy,Colm Dillon,Enda Doyle and Shane Ryan should win game out.

Gael85 (Dublin) - Posts: 1433 - 09/10/2010 21:04:33    793411


All roads lead to Cusack Park on Sunday for the eagerly awaited clash of Doonbeg and Liscannor in the county senior football final.

At the start of the year many people expected Doonbeg to be in the shake up for county honours. In recent years they have narrowly failed to reach the decider but they are now there after sending three-in-a-row chasing Kilmurry Ibrickane out of the race a few weeks ago in the last four. Now that they are there they will want to end their nine-year wait to be crowned champions again. Certainly a victory is well within their grasp with players such as Padraig Gallagher, Conor Whelan, Enda Doyle, Colm Dillon, leading scorer David Tubridy, veteran Nigel Dillon, Shane Ryan and Frank O'Dea in their side.

Their north Clare opponents are a very experienced side and Sunday will represent their third final since 2002 after being promoted to senior after winning Intermediate title in 2000. At the start of the year it didn't seem like they would be in the shake up for senior honours but as the season has progressed they have improved with every game no more so than being three points down with just minutes remaining in their quarter final clash with St. Joseph's Doora/Barefield before producing another good performance against Cooraclare in the semi final. In the likes of David McDonagh, Ronan Slattery, Noel Kilmartin, Brian, Niall and Kieran Considine, Alan Flaherty and top scorer Alan Clohessy, Liscannor possess an experienced and talented side. It promises to an exciting game with Doonbeg narrowly getting the nod to bring the Jack Daly cup back to their parish for the first time since 2001.

Gael85 (Dublin) - Posts: 1433 - 09/10/2010 21:07:49    793415


Clare SFC: Doonbeg bridge nine-year gap
11 October 2010

David Tubridy scored 0-5 as Doonbeg ended a nine-year wait for their 18th Clare SFC title with victory over Liscannor at Cusack Park, Ennis.

Doonbeg 0-11
Liscannor 0-7

In a poor quality final played before 6,000 spectators, Doonbeg's greater economy and strength in depth proved decisive. Liscannor, who were bidding for their first title, led by 0-3 to 0-2 at half-time, but the introduction of Jamie Whelan and Shane O'Brien helped turn the tide in Doonbeg's favour.

County star Tubridy opened the scoring from a free before Niall Considine eventually got Liscannor off the mark in the 15th minute. The sides were level on 0-5 each by the 38th minute but the West Clare side then began to assert themselves with three unanswered points from Tubridy putting daylight between the teams for the first time.

Shane Ryan, Frank O'Dea and substitute Whelan tagged on points and even though Liscannor battled to the end, they couldn't deprive Doonbeg of another title.

Clare SFC final

At Cusack Park
Doonbeg 0-11

Liscannor 0-7

Doonbeg - N Dillon, J Blake, P Gallagher, C Whelan, R Vaughan, D Downes, P Aherne, F O'Dea 0-1, E Doyle 0-1, B Egan, C Dillon 0-2, S Killeen, K Nugent, S Ryan 0-1, D Tubridy 0-5. Subs - S O'Brien for Kileen, J Whelan 0-1 for Egan.

Liscannor - N Kilmartin, S Canavan, D McDonagh, M Foley, R Lucas, D Blake, G Considine, B Considine, R Slattery 0-1, Joe Considine, T McDonagh, A Clohessy 0-3, N Considine 0-2, K Considine, D Fawl. Subs - Johnny Considine 0-1 for K Considine, A Flaherty for T McDonagh, D Murphy for Johnny Considine, A McDonagh for Joe Considine.

Gael85 (Dublin) - Posts: 1433 - 13/10/2010 18:38:30    795917


13/08/2010 13:46:18

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745306 I dunno, I fancy doonbeg to cause an upset if they happen to meet quilty in knock-out stages - they've a god young team who have had 2-3 years blooded into them at senior level now - kilmurray for all their underage talent are still relying on the old lads when the chips are down.

Jaysus lads - when you're right, you're right!! :)

banner_boy (Clare) - Posts: 1285 - 21/10/2010 12:19:42    800914