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Last year’s county final defeat a driving force for Henchy

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Louise Henchy is one of nine players who were in the Banner ladies panel which won the Clare senior ladies title for the first time in 2008.

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Scanlan hoping to keep up family appearances of bringing county titles back to Scariff

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Reinvigorated by the youthful additions in recent seasons, the experienced heads in the Scariff line up will play a critical role in Sunday’s intermediate final, none more so than captain Michael Scanlan.

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McMahon’s instinctive X-factor a potential match winner for Tubber

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It’s been a whirlwind two year period for Domhnall McMahon.

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Seventh heaven for Lafferty

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Much was spoken about Newmarket’s vast experience ahead of Saturday’s decider but none could match Fiona Lafferty’s remarkable achievement of a seventh senior camogie title.

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Harveys braced for emotional occasion

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For West Clare captain Caoimhe Harvey, her three sisters Ciara, Shanua and Grainne and the rest of the panel Sunday’s Clare ladies football final will be an emotional occasion.

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IHC FINAL PREVIEW – Long awaited return to senior the prize for Tubber or Scariff

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There’s one glaring difference between Sunday’s finalists and the remainder of the clubs who have been relegated since the senior championship overhaul in 2014.

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O’Dea aiming to improve the standard

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Just as West Clare manager Michael Carmody’s name is synonymous in football circles in the West Clare penninsula, so is the name of Banner Ladies manager J.J. O’Dea throughout North Clare.

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Tubber anxious to rectify intermediate final record

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Part of a backroom team with Iarla Tannion, John Clancy, Ivan Conway, Matthew Fitzsimon and Mike Finn, selector Eoin Ruane is hoping that past final experiences can stand to Tubber in their Intermediate Final showdown with Scariff.

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Ennis golfer of the year award for TJ Scanlan

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TJ Scanlan was named as Ennis Golf Club’s golfer of the year while Aeneas O’Connor claimed the senior men’s captain’s prize in Kilrush

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Scariff determined to succeed in the present to inspire bright future

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Reaching the final of the Clare intermediate hurling championship has not happened as quickly as clicking one’s fingers, it’s why they will savour the build-up to the occasion and aim to make their outing a memorable one for the right reasons.

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