Eoin Brennan

Eoin Brennan is one of the most quick witted writers in Co Clare. A former sports journalist with The Clare People, Eoin now works as a freelance journalist for multiple publications at local and national level including The Clare Echo. Alongside James Lynch, he presents Clare FM’s flagship sports show, Sideline View every Friday evening. A former no-nonsense defender with Clarecastle, Eoin has been lauded for his coverage of women’s sports which received national recognition by the Camogie Association in 2015. He is also the co-founder of Go Gaelic and is noted for a colourful selection of footwear.

Eoin Brennan

Thrilling first round as Miltown & Kilmurry Ibrickane finishes all square

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*Aidan McCarthy breaks through a Miltown wall of Cormac Murray, Conor Cleary and Euan Reidy. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill.  It was only the first round but one wouldn’t have known it by the intensity and tension that enveloped the air in Cusack Park on Saturday evening as neighbours St Joseph’s Miltown and Kilmurry Ibrickane played out …

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Magpies prevail in extra-time derby

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Clarecastle secured the first underage silverware of 2021 on Monday evening in what was a thrilling Under 15A Hurling Shield Final with neighbours Éire Óg that would go all the way to extra-time before prevailing by the minimum on home soil at 2-19 to 2-18.

Clare suffer sunstroke in dramatic opener

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*Clare’s Fidelma Marrinan with Leitrim’s Claire Qwens. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography It’s back to the drawing board for a shellshocked Clare after suffering their third successive opening round defeat in Ballinasloe this afternoon at the hands of a never-say-die Leitrim.

Clare get the NOD on both fronts

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*Niamh O’Dea. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill  Embroiled in a Group of Death for camogie and a welcome Group of Life for ladies football, there’s no room for error on either front for Niamh O’Dea and Co. this weekend.

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