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Cratloe remain on course for a second Clare SFC and SHC double in three seasons after progressing to the Jack Daly Cup decider at the expense of holders Miltown at Cusack Park yesterday.
The Ladies football finals took centre stage over the weekend and Cork's win over Dublin was shrouded in controversy...
"Obviously, ladies football have to answer the question - to Dublin and our players and their families who have sacrificed as much as the girls have - why do we not have Hawk-Eye?"
There was a big reaction to today's controversial Ladies football senior final on Twitter.
It's official - there has been a record turnout at Ladies football finals day in Croke Park today.
GOALKEEPER Mary Hulgraine was the star of the show as Kildare atoned for last year's TG4 All-Ireland ladies intermediate final defeat by going one better at Croke Park this afternoon (SUN).
It's Ladies Football finals day and and the conditions at Croke Park this morning are 'perfect' for the junior, intermediate and senior finals
Cian Dillon insists the Clare hurlers remain united in the wake of Davy Fitzgerald's resignation as manager.
It all comes down to 45 players who are in the running to be chosen as part of the 2016 Bord Gáis Energy Team of the Year which will be announced on Newstalk's Off the Ball on Tuesday 4 October and Wednesday 5 October.
Jamesie O'Connor says Davy Fitzgerald made the right decision by stepping down as Clare hurling manager.
The O'Dea household in Co Clare are set for a busy weekend.
The 2016 TG4 All Ireland finals take place on Sunday in Croke Park and the starting teams have been named for all six counties have now been named.
Less than 24 hours after Davy Fitzgerald's resignation, some elite names in hurling are being touted as Clare's next senior hurling manager.
Ex-Clare star Niall Gilligan says Davy Fitzgerald's decision to step down as the county's senior hurling manager has lifted a load of pressure off the players ahead of next season.
Davy Fitzgerald has formally stepped down from his position as manager of the Clare senior hurlers.
It turns out that Ger Loughnane was anything but 'neutral' during the recent Liam MacCarthy Cup decider between Tipperary and Kilkenny.
Ger Loughnane believes the time is right for Davy Fitzgerald to step down as Clare senior hurling manager.
The picture surrounding Davy Fitzgerald's future as Clare senior hurling manager is set to become clearer today.
According to reports from within Clare, Davy Fitzgerald could be the latest intercounty manager to feel the wrath of player power.
Colm Collins says he won't be pressing his son Podge into declaring for the Clare footballers next season.
Here's our team of the week from a drama-packed All-Ireland final...