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When Clare beat the All-Ireland football champions from Limerick

The first time Clare were down to play senior hurling and football championship on the same weekend was back in 1888 — a famous day for the footballers and a frustrating day for the...

David Tubridy’s 51st league appearance comes with first day in Croke Park

David Tubridy has been one of the heaviest scorers in league football since his debut in 2008 – now the Doonbeg talisman finally gets his chance to do some damage on his field of...

Hurling heroes coming home

Ennis Town Council and Clare County Council will host a joint homecoming event for the Clare Senior and Under 21 hurlers and their management teams in recognition of their achievements during 2013 on Sunday...

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,...

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...

Clare captain Gary Brennan Off Broadway no more

Clare captain Gary Brennan is one of the best midfielders in the country, writes Joe Ó Muircheartaigh, so it’s only right that he gets to play in Croke Park. THE week after Leitrim won this...

Banner supporter in Ballyvourney

by Ronan Jugde HER accent is unmistakably Cork but Geraldine Moloney Ó Riada is Clare to her fingertips. She grew up in Glendree, Tulla on a diet of national hurling league matches involving her beloved...

Late, great Dick Walsh on following Clare

It will be a proud day for Cratloe if the Liam McCarthy is brought home to Clare – a world away from the time when this corner of the county was home to long-suffering...

Clare GE 16: Johnny says no to spot on Fine Gael ticket

FINE Gael’s search for a third general election candidate in Clare continues after Ennis councillor Johnny Flynn became the latest party member to say no. In a statement today, Cllr Flynn says the party sounded...

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...