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Eoin Brennan

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Eoin Brennan is the legendary sports hack who has been known to play around with the caman for his beloved Clarecastle. Eoin is currently PRO of Clarecastle GAA Club. Eoin's other love is spreading the gospel of Hurling and Football through his involvement in www.gogaelic.ie. Contact Eoin on [email protected]

CAMOGIE: Laura taking up a proud family mantle as Clare captain

Newmarket-on-Fergus’ McMahon sisters have been instrumental in the evolution of Clare Camogie’s flagship side from Junior champions to Senior contenders over...

Clare ladies footballers hold the Kingdom

Kerry 1-17 - Clare 4-08 Shanahan McNamara Memorial Park, Doonbeg National League Division 2 Round 1 While they would have gladly have taken a point before Sunday’s encounter,...

‘Clare will be on everybody’s radar this summer’ – Cody

From the game’s most decorated manager, it was flattering praise indeed. When asked how much he rated Clare, Brian Cody was quick...

Clare to take Tipp in Thurles once again

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Ryan returns to bright landscape

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Aoife is Keane to return to county action

It's 18 months since Aoife Keane last donned a Clare jersey at competitive level, an ill-fated All-Ireland Championship exit at home to neighbours Galway...

New-look Clare intent on making their mark

A new brush sweeps clean is the mantra for Clare as they embark on the 2019 season with renewed confidence and enthusiasm this Sunday...

Enforced experimentation pays dividends

It wasn’t lost on Clare Joint-Manager Donal Moloney that after six previous Munster titles at the development grades, his first provincial silverware at senior...

Clare cut through Tipp

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Captain Kelly using Munster League as a stepping stone

The Munster League Cup never made it down to the rest of the Clare players. They had long since retired to the confines of...