Ladies Intermediate League game versus Wolfe Tones is on Easter Sunday. All players are requested to be at Wolfe Tome pitch at 9.30am for a 10.00am throw in.

Clooney Quin ended their Intermediate football campaign yesterday with a defeat to Shannon Gaels. Following their promotion from the Juniors ranks last year Clooney Quin struggled with the pace and intensity of footaball at the higher grade this year.

Many thanks to Stephaine, Brian and Johnny for their help in preparing the team.



Training for the Ladies Intermediate football championship starts on Sunday 4th July at 7.00pm. All players are asked to attend.

Clare Ladies Football Board through its Development Officer, Mary Keane has arranged a Level 2 Referees course. It is on Tuesday, 10th March at 7.30 in the West County Hotel (Abbey Room). The course lasts for 2.5hours and is free of charge. Is suited to any number of girls that are interested in helping the Club out through refereeing.

Please contact Liam Kitson or Peter Sheedy for more details.

It was a very proud captain, Marie Begley that lifted the Bob Flanagan Cup on Sunday after a thrilling match against Kilrush.

 The scoreline of 1-15 to 4-5 indicates both the narrowness of the victory and tempo of the game with some excellent moves and scores by both sides. Kilrush settled early and has Clooney Quin under severe pressure. This pressure resulted in 2 early goals for Kilrush. Clooney Quin got to the pace of the game and with some excellent scores from play and frees.

Clooney Quin increased their work rate in the scond half and racked up a number of scores, the vital goal coming exactly  at the right time. At this stage, Clooney Quin were on top but Kilrush came storming back with two late goals, but as before the girls kept their cool and after working the ball up field, veteran forward Gemma Hasset kicked the winning point.