Monday, November 20, 2017

Clare County Board rules against Ballyvaughan two

AN impassioned plea from the floor that county senior football panellist Jonah Culligan and his Ballyvaughan clubmate Philip Queally be allowed play at Under...

Praise for departing Donal Óg Cusack

THE departure of Dónal Óg Cusack from the Clare senior hurling management team was officially confirmed to Clare County Board delegates by joint-manager Dónal...

Bodyke get the better of East Clare neighbours

Hurling: Junior A Championship Final Bodyke 2-17 O’Callaghan’s Mills 0-15 At Dr Daly Memorial Park, Tulla BODYKE were crowned Junior A hurling champions in Tulla on...

HURLING: O’Meara eyes another prize

THE list reads like the who’s who of ‘Bridge hurling down the years — that select band of hurling brothers who have led the...

HURLING: Barry’s dedication to the cause

DAVE Barry is Clooney-Quin now, but at the same time it’s his past that formed him and where hurling is concerned that was Newmarket-on-Fergus...

HURLING: A shot at history for Clooney-Quin

THEY’RE all gone now, with Fr Michéal McInerney being the last one standing before he passed away a few years ago, with him going...

HURLING: Captain on the ‘Bridge

PAIDÍ Fitzpatrick has been a standout defender for his club this season and the Sixmilebridge captain has certainly been leading by example in their...

HURLING: The O’Loughlin gale

Having famously led both Clarecastle and Ballyea to the 2003 County Final, Fergie O’Loughlin returns to Cusack Park with only one team this Sunday...

HURLING: Ronan Keane to succeed

THERE has been one constant in the Sixmilebridge dressing room and sideline over the last number of years and that has been Ronan Keane. Win,...

CAMOGIE: Fresh face in a well-worn rivalry

There may be fresh voices on the sideline but as Newmarket-on-Fergus manager Cathal Kilmartin has become keenly aware of in his debut season, there’s...

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