In today’s Clare People –
Kilrush cleans up in Tidy Towns competition;
Half of Clare property tax being spent outside of Clare;
Primary schools in Clare among most overcrowded in country;
Clare FM celebrates 25th anniversary with six PPI award nominations;
Gardaí issue warning ahead of Junior Cert disco in Ennis;
New Council chains of office carry €10k price tag;
New bid launched for Fleadh Cheoil;
Ballyea numbed by tragic farm death.
We look forward to the All-Ireland U21 hurling final with a 20-page preview of Saturday’s meeting with Wexford;
Cratloe brothers choose football over hurling for 2015;
Banner Ladies add to trophy cabinet with County Senior Ladies Football title;
Éire Óg pick up Junior A Ladies Football Championship crown;
Kilmihil too strong for Burren Gaels in Intermediate Ladies Football Championship Final;
Transfer Window open in The People’s Team Fantasy Hurling League;
Round 3 of the Clare Senior Camogie Championship;
Senior football championship quarter-final reports.
Recently engaged or planning a wedding? We have a 24-page Wedding Bliss pull-out containing all things wedding in Clare and beyond;
As the Rás na mBan international cycling race hits the Banner County, we have a guide to the best spots to catch some of Europe’s top female racers in action.