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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

‘We never thought we would see a day like this’ Hogan

No-one has worked more relentlessly for this day to come but on Sunday, Ballyea manager Robbie Hogan would finally receive his just rewards. Having...

No outside distractions for the ravenous Kilmurry Ibrickane

THE message was clear from Kilmurry Ibrickane corner — they may have been just seconds away from victory in the drawn encounter before being...

Anthony Foley the grassroots GAA man

MANY times I’ve kicked around that ‘political’ football/sliotar that has been known to hover around the high stool — the great unanswered question of...

Waterboy is now doing the heavy lifting

Amidst Clonlara’s meteoric rise from intermediate to senior champions at the backend of the last decade, Cathal O’Connell was wetting his lips at the...

Gary Brennan hurls for fun

EVERY football day out Gary Brennan must carry a huge weight on his shoulders. Whether it’s for Clondegad or Clare, those around him on the...

Kelly eyes prize

IT was May 2011 that it all started. The Tony Kelly scoring machine at senior level that is. Aged just 17 he’d already played in an...

It’s Dalo v Moloney/O’Connor for Clare job

THE management of the Clare senior hurling team looks set to be down to a two-horse race between the Donal Moloney/Gerry O’Connor joint-managment team...

The defining game of the era

IT really is the decisive rubber of this football decade so far. All because these two have been the best around in Clare, with every...

‘The Circus is over, it’s time for a new act’

THE working day wouldn’t be the same without a few coffee breaks up town and one of my haunts is O’Brien’s by the banks...

Cratloe leave it late

Cratloe 0-18 Éire Óg 1-12 At Cusack Park, Ennis Cratloe had to show great composure before finally weathering a raging Éire Óg second half storm...