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Clare footballers storm to victory

National Football League - Division 4 Clare 1-14 Leitrim 2-8 at Páirc Mac Diarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon CLARE produced a storming display to claim their first victory in this year's National Footall League, when turning a seven-point first...

Legend Lost: Jimmy Smyth passes away

CLARE County Board chairman Michael McDonagh has led the tributes to one of Clare's greatest ever hurlers, Ruan legend Jimmy Smyth who has passed away after a long illness. The man who has been described...

Luck is out for Kilmaley ladies

Rower Inistoige 2-9  - Kilmaley 1-5             at Nowlan Park, Kilkenny It just turned out to be one of those days for Kilmaley on Sunday. The sort of luckless occasion...

Make or break for Clare

Leitrim v Clare @ Páirc Sean MacDiarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon, Sunday at 2pm ONE thing emerged from Clare’s desperately disappointing opening round defeat to Waterford in Hennessy Memorial Park last Sunday – the physical match-ups around the field. It...

Clare’s Oscar Trayn up and running

Clare 4 Cork AUL 1 at Douglas Hall, Cork CLARE are on the trail of Oscar Traynor Cup glory in 2013 after a brilliant away victory in the last 16 on Sunday afternoon over a fancied...

Banner lowered by Deise

National Football League - Division 4, Round 1 Waterford 1-9 Clare 0-11 At Hennessy Memorial Park, Miltown Malbay THE Mick O’Dwyer era in Clare started on a hugely disappointing note in Miltown Malbay on Sunday as they...

League lifts off

As the Clare senior footballers prepare for their National League Division 4 challenge, Clare People Sport run the rule over their opponents, the key players for the Banner county and talk with Clare supremo...

Astro tough tie for Clare

A tough away tie on an artificial surface is the reality facing Clare this weekend when they take on Cork AUL in the last 16 of the Oscar Traynor Trophy. But having trained and played...

Romer in minor final victory

ALL-IRELAND junior winning hurler and intermediate winning selector Niall Romer has vented his fury at Clare GAA this week after he won his appeal against a two-month ban that was handed down to him...

Ennis Urban GAA Board finally pronounced dead

THE Clare County Board has finally admitted that the Ennis Urban Board, which was established in 1998 to develop underage GAA in the county capital up to Under 14 level, is now officially dead. The...