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Possible Green seat in Killaloe as O’Halloran, O’Donovan and Burke set to contest final...

You can set your watch by Joe Cooney. The Fine Gael councillors looks set to top the poll in Killaloe in a landslide. Sitting councillors Pat Hayes (FF), Tony O'Brien (FF) and...

Battle Royale on the cards in North Clare

With more than half the boxes open in the Ennistymon LEA, Fianna Fáil have surged into a commanding position with Shane Talty 1028 and Joe Killeen 809 topping the tally. The Green...

Carrigoran House residents take a step in the right direction

RESIDENTS at Carrigoran House nursing home have certainly stepped up to the plate in recent weeks completing a challenge that meant much more than the final results. Overcoming many personal challenges to...

A must-win encounter for Clare footballers ahead of League break

WHEN Sunday comes and goes there’ll still be four games left to play in the 2018 National Football League — that’s eight points left to play for, eight points to make a...

The death of Thomas Russell

One hundred years ago this week school teacher and Irish Volunteer, Thomas Russell, attended a Sinn Féin meeting in Carrigaholt when the gathering was raided by the police and military. The 21-year-old was stabbed...

CYCLING: Toumey takes Stage 4, Walsh still wearing yellow

Ronan Toumey (Tarrant Skoda Munster) outsprinted yesterdays Stage 3 winner and Eurocycles Green Points Jersey wearer Jason Oosthuizen (South Africa) To claim victory in Stage 4 of the Scott Bicycles Junior Tour of Ireland...

MFC: Clare set to secure four-in-a-row

Clare v Limerick  @ Cusack Park, Ennis Sunday, 3.30pm PLAY it again Clare. Do unto the 2017 championship what you did so well in 2016. What better tribute to mark the 100th anniversary of Clare’s only All-Ireland final...

Oscar Traynor Final: Ryan in front line of title defence

AFTER 20 years in the League of Ireland, Barry Ryan traded in top-flight life in 2014 for the less salubrious surrounds of Clare junior soccer. The change was a big one but it’s had its...

MFC: Brennan mindful of Limerick threat

IT’S ten years since Gary Brennan was given his first championship start for Clare — it’s safe to say that a lot has changed in that time. Back then Clare crashed out of the championship...

HURLING: Clare to begin defence with a win

Kerry v Clare @ Austin Stack Park Tralee, Sunday 2pm An intensive schedule of four games in ten days awaits Clare’s new management duo of Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor as they begin their senior reign...