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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...

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 ten years, after last Friday’s closing date from nominations ahead...

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 Council and a local property owner in a land deal...

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 and development of Cusack Park, Clare GAA was severely criticised...

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 place in Adelaide and will continue until this coming Sunday. Already,...

‘Like a punch in the stomach’

Kevin Halpin was a picture of frustration and inner-turmoil outside the Newmarket dressing room in the immediate aftermath of their sudden death loss to De La Salle. Outwardly he congratulated each player as they...

Paddy powers his way around the capital

By Andrew Hamilton Paddy Flannery wasn’t the first past the post at last week’s Dublin City Marathon, but his achievement ranks as high as many a race winner. As he stood on Fitzwilliam Street on a...

Your County Needs You

By Joe Ó Muircheartaigh CLARE’S footballers must answer their county’s call – that’s the message that has been sounded out loud and clear by newly appointed senior manager Mick O’Dwyer this week after he made...