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Joe Ó Muircheartaigh

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Joe Ó Muircheartaigh graduated from University College Dublin in 1989 with a degree in history and politics. After completing a Diploma in Journalism at The College of Commerce, Rathmines in 1991, he embarked on a career in journalism. Joe spent four years with Clare FM from 1992 and was with The Clare Champion from 1996 to 2005. He has won two McNamee Awards for GAA journalism and has published two books. Contact Joe on [email protected]

Do or die for Clare

IT’S not a case of win or bust for Clare on Saturday at the County Grounds, but certainly defeat will spell the end of...

McDonagh vs O’Driscoll

  THE Clare County Board is now bracing itself for a contest for the top job in Clare GAA for the first time in nearly...

Exclusive – GAA teams up with Council

NEGOTIATIONS are at an advanced stage over major development work adjacent to Cusack Park in Ennis that involves the Clare County Board, Ennis Town...

Schools demand Cusack Park

ON the very same day that it was announced that the Munster GAA Council would be making a grant of €100,000 for the upkeep...

Champions of the world

ENNIS Swimming and Lifesaving Club is on top of the world this week as its competitors dominate the World Lifesaving Championships that are taking...

Patriot games

HURLEY in hand Paddy McDonnell makes the short hop from Kilkee’s Strand Line over the wall onto the beach. With the tide out, it’s...

Clare call for Kearns

FORMER Limerick football manager Liam Kearns has been approached by the Clare County Board about the prospect of becoming the new Clare senior football...

Clare key to WWII German invasion plans

A NUMBER of strategic sites in Clare were identified as being key to Nazi Germany’s plan to invade and occupy neutral Ireland during World...

Leftfield with Joe O’Muircheartaigh

IN our politicians we trust – at least until the next election do we part, if we so wish. We put them in there; we...

Hurling Heaven

THE Rock of Cashel Trophy has crossed the Shannon into Clare for the second time in four seasons – now for the next giant...