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Joe Ó Muircheartaigh

Hype-flaskers need to sober up

I WAS in Dublin on Saturday for a stopover with family en route to Newry for the big football game of the weekend between Clare and Armagh when Lansdowne Road briefly shot...
Joe Ó Muircheartaigh

Throw open those gates for kids

FOR football fans in Clare, the only place to be on Sunday is Cusack Park, as the county’s flagship team set sail in Division 2 of the National Football League when playing...
Tony Kelly

Clare to take Tipp in Thurles once again

Tipperary v Clare @ Semple Stadium, ThurlesSaturday 7pm (Colm Lyons, Cork) Clare drew first blood in their derby trilogy with Tipperary but the war will only start raging this...
Podge Collins

Podge ready to go

YOUNG at heart, with many more miles to run. That’s Podge Collins’ mantra despite being lumbered among the veteran ranks where the class of 2019 is concerned as a...
Clare's Dean Ryan

Ryan returns to bright landscape

July 8, 2017, Dean Ryan’s last competitive appearance for Clare in Cusack Park in a high-profile All-Ireland Round 3 Qualifier showdown with All-Ireland finalists Mayo that promised so much but would only...

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 in July 2017 before a frustrating long-term knee injury preventing...

Shannon man is new Irish manager

CLAREMAN Mike Hickey is to spearhead Ireland’s assault for European championship basketball glory in the coming year. The Shannon man, who has been involved in basketball at a local, provincial and national level over the...

Garrihy answers the Call

DONIE Garrihy, the hugely successful manager of Clare’s Oscar Traynor Trophy winning soccer side, has been lured back into management just a couple of months from taking time out from the sideline.

Bob Marley, the Wolfe Tones and much more

KILLEEDY in West Limerick on a wet January Sunday afternoon is probably as local and grassroots as you can go with the GAA. While there was the Clare versus Tipperary Munster Senior League decider down...

‘Cappa with a little bit more

Cappamore 0-10 Inagh-Kilnamona 0-8 at Killeedy, Limerick WELCOME to winter hurling. It was wet and, with the wind, the rain swept down the field; it was also very heavy, with the hurling being heavy going as well, on...