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Pike leave Celtic in a hoop

Connolly Celtic 0  - Pike Rovers (Limerick) 8             at The County Grounds, Doora The coldest day of the new year also brought with it Connolly Celtic’s harshest lesson of...

An antidote to Lámh Láidir

REMEMBER Lance Armstrong  (we’ll call him Lámh Láidir from here on out) holding a camán a few years back when he was handed one by Clare’s own All Star hurler Tony Griffin, just as...

Sean runs away with top honours

THE cream of Clare athletics gathered in the Auburn Lodge on Friday night last for the annual Clare Athletic Association awards when award winners in all categories and all age groups were presented with...

The 19th with Joe O’Muircheartaigh

AS of going to print on Monday night the goodship county board hadn’t yet decided when the Special Convention of Clare GAA will take place later this month. We’re assured it will be sometime...

Ryan relishing St Pats move

Ennis man David Ryan as he aims to secure the goalkeeper’s jersey for Premier Division side St Patrick’s Athletic. Ryan signed for last season’s FAI Cup finalists after seven successful seasons with Limerick FC, the...

Lees Road Track yet to reach the finish line

THE chairman of the Clare Athletics Association has called for funding to be made available to local authorities to ensure that the Lees Road athletics track can be upgraded to play host to major...

The loneliness of the long distance runner

“Mission accomplished. Two ultras (Longford & Dingle) in six days, two wins and a European Number 1 ranking over 50 miles. Not a bad weeks work.” September 2012, Dingle THE above slogan was penned by Keith...

The Great GAA Quiz

So you think you know your GAA? In this Saturday's Clare People we unveil our Great GAA Quiz. One hundred questions to keep you busy over the Christmas. Three winners will get GAA Season...

Planning for future

AS the contest for the chairmanship of the Clare County Board enters its final phase, both candidates have this week stepped forward and pledged to put a Strategic Plan for the promotion and development...

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 the county’s hopes of still being in the Oscar Traynor...

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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...
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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...
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Podge ready to go

YOUNG at heart, with many more miles to run. That’s Podge Collins’ mantra despite being lumbered among the veteran...