Sports Digest GAA: Clare manager Mick O'Dwyer is back in the game
All-Ireland winning former Kerry manager is keen to develop Clare football
GALWAY hurling goalkeeper James Skehill won’t play until next summer at the earliest after surgery on the shoulder injury that derailed his performance in the All-Ireland final replay against Kilkenny . . .
SHANE Nolan scored the crucial goal as Cork champions Castlehaven booked a semifinal place in the Munster SFC with a win against Dromcollogher-Broadford on Sunday . . .
WEXFORD hurling kingpins Oulart-The Ballagh had to survive a late rally from Kilmacud Crokes before winning the Leinster Club SHC quarterfinal on Sunday . . .
NEW Clare boss Mick O’Dwyer was in the crowd as Kerry side Dr. Crokes defeated Kilmurry-Ibrickane in the Munster club SFC quarterfinal . . .
CROKE Park officials are open to the idea of an Ulster representative side playing in the All-Ireland hurling championship . . .
RESPECTED coach Niall Moyna has joined the backroom team with the Down footballers under manager James McCartan . . .
ALL-Ireland winner Ryan McMenamin has brought the curtain down on his 13-year career with the Tyrone footballers . . .
VETERAN Offaly star Brendan Murphy has retired – 12 years after he played in the county’s last All-Ireland final . . .
FORMER Waterford star Paul Flynn is to work as a coach with the Down hurlers next season.
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