Putting some Oxegen into hurling

The famous O’Connor Clan from Tubber know all about beating Kilkenny in national finals in Thurles’ Semple Stadium, writes Joe Ó Muircheartaigh, who spoke to Patrick O’Connor ahead of Saturday’s decider. PATRICK O’Connor was all...

10,000 expected in Cusack Park on Wednesday night for Munster U-21 final

A HUGE crowd is expected in Ennis on Wednesday night for the Munster U-21 hurling final between Clare and Tipperary, with GAA sources indicating the official attendance could top the 10,000 mark, despite the...

Ennis man brings Man City to Limerick

AN €80 million bounty is being lost to Clare and the mid-west because of the Football Association of Ireland’s refusal to back the ambitious plans of an Ennis-born entrepreneur to bring the cream of...

Clare manager lauds Kerry performance

IT was a long walk, probably the longest Michéal McDermott has made in his many years involved with teams – the trek he had to make just after 8.30pm on Saturday night from the...

Anthony Daly interview in Clare People this week

How hard has it been to pick up your team since last weekend in Portlaoise? It’s been very difficult. For all of us, players, managerment alike. It was an awful blow to us. We just...

Davy Fitzgerald interview ahead of Dublin encounter

How has the mood been in the camp since the loss to Waterford? I suppose the answer to that is good and bad. When you lose a game that you had several chances to win,...

The 19th with Joe O’Muircheartaigh

FUNNY old game this hurling, because it definitely wasn’t supposed to be like this. Yes, Davy was on the money when he said at the start of his stewardship last Autumn when he addressed clubs...

Gooch gives Clare fighting chance

Kerry’s four time All-Ireland winner Colm ‘Gooch’ Cooper believes that Clare should play without fear against Cork in the Munster Senior Championship final in the Gaelic Grounds on July 8. Cooper, the holder of seven...

The wrong side of 50/50

Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald’s parting analysis to the large media contingent that his side ‘have a lot of work done and a lot to do’ probably best summed up Clare’s current plight. The huge workload,...

‘We have yet to prove ourselves’

IN a game of inches, it’s the small things that mattered and got Waterford over the line and into a fourth successive provincial decider against a brave Clare side that just came up short...

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