*Mike Frawley & Darren Siggins following Wexford’s Leinster SHC win this summer. Mullagh’s Mike Frawley has been appointed as the lead strength and conditioning coach of the Westmeath senior hurlers.
Ennis’ booming days as a market town could return in the future, an optimistic Cllr Pat Daly has told The Clare Echo.
An adopt a family scheme may be trialled to help tackle the housing crisis affecting the entire country.
*Áine Donegan. Photograph: Golffile Clare golfer Áine Donegan has been signed by Indiana’s Hoosiers.
*Gary Brennan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s senior footballers have been dealt a mammoth blow as captain Gary Brennan will not be part of the panel in 2020.
Three Clare musicians are to be honoured at the 2020 TG4 Gradam Ceoil awards.
*Eoin Cleary takes on Daniel Walsh. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill For Eoin Cleary, the turning point with the current St Josephs Miltown crop goes back to November 2013.
Chairperson of Clare GAA, Joe Cooney has insisted the sporting organisation is getting “value for money” with the Caherlohan facility that to date has cost €4.8m.
*The current home of the Citizen Information Bureau & Community Office in Shannon. Shannon’s Citizens Information Bureau will remain open but question marks still remain over the future of the town’s Community Office.
*Marie McMahon. Photograph: John Mangan Much stricter punishments would be in place were animals treated the way patients attempting to access health care in the Mid-West, a local health activist has claimed.