The Clare senior championships have thrown up some intriguing contests following the draw in Clareabbey.
Defending hurling champions Ballyea face 2017 finalists Clooney/Quin in the stand out first round draw while O’Callaghan’s Mills meet 2016 runners-up Clonlara.
Eire Og against Kilmaley is another interesting showdown, as is Inagh/Kilnamona and Tulla’s meeting.
Newly promoted Feakle are against Newmarket-on-Fergus, Sixmilebridge face Clarecastle, Wolfe Tones meet Crusheen, and Cratloe take on Whitegate.
Clare Senior Hurling Championship 2019
Feakle vs Newmarket-on-Fergus
O’Callaghan’s Mills vs Clonlara
Sixmilebridge vs Clarecastle
Inagh/Kilnamona vs Tulla
Wolfe Tones vs Crusheen
Ballyea vs Clooney/Quin
Cratloe vs Whitegate
Eire Og vs Kilmaley
Clare Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019
Tubber vs Newmarket-on-Fergus
Bodyke vs Parteen
Clarecastle vs Corofin
Killanena vs Inagh/Kilnamona
Eire Og vs Scariff
Broadford vs Ruan
Smith O’Brien’s vs Sixmilebridge
St. Joseph’s Doora/Barefield vs Cratloe
Clare Junior B Hurling Championship 2019
Group 1 – Tulla, Clonlara, St. Joseph’s Doora/Barefield, Smith O’Brien’s, Parteen
Group 2 – Whitegate, Cratloe, Clooney/Quin, Sixmilebridge, Tubber
Group 3 – Eire Og, O’Callaghan’s Mills, Wolfe Tones, Scariff, Clarecastle
Group 4 – Newmarket-on-Fergus, Kilmaley, Feakle, Banner