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FITTWEST Summer Party Event

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Are you looking for new ways to keep your fitness fresh? Come and join us at the first FITTWEST Party! We have a great day planned for Fitpros and clients alike! Come along and get a taste of 3 fantastic group fitness classes, designed to fill the floor and push your clients to the max!!!…

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‘We had our chances’ – Conlon

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A visibly deflated John Conlon lamented missed opportunities on Clare’s behalf as they bowed out of the All-Ireland SHC at the semi-final stage. One point separated Galway and Clare with the Banner hitting nineteen wides during the replay. The lack of efficiency in front of goal frustrated the full-forward. “They deserve to be there, we…

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Semi-final defeat for Clare hurlers against Galway

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Clare have been knocked out of the All-Ireland SHC championship at the semi-final stage losing to Galway by a single point on Sunday afternoon. Galway 1-17 Clare 2-13 Venue: Semple Stadium, Thurles Nineteen wides would prove costly for Clare as they let a glorious opportunity of dethroning Galway slip in the All-Ireland SHC semi-final replay.…

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Many loyal supporters with no tickets, says chairman

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GAA clubs and supporters in Clare have expressed their disappointment with how tickets were made available for Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC replay between Clare and Galway. Some 54,191 people attended Saturday’s draw in Croke Park and Semple Stadium which will host the replay has a capacity of 46,300. For the drawn contest, supporters had the option…

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O’Connor thought Clare had secured the win

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There were ups and downs a plenty in Clare and Galway’s drawn All-Ireland SHC semi-final, the Tribesmen started the better but it looked like the Banner were rising at the right time and their captain Patrick O’Connor thought they had the game. Tubber’s O’Connor felt Aron Shanagher’s goal was going to be the turning point…

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One of Donoghue’s most challenging games as Galway manager

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In the wake of their 1-30 apiece draw with Clare, Galway manager Mícheál Donoghue admitted that the ninety plus minutes of hurling was one of the most challenging games of his time as manager. “It was an epic encounter, we started well, we knew coming up Clare were going to be a massive challenge, we…

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Clare v Galway tickets now available online

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Tickets for the Clare v Galway All-Ireland SHC replay are now available to purchase online. It had been thought that members could purchase tickets via their local GAA club but in the last hour it was confirmed that Centra, SuperValu as well as the online allocation is where supporters can get their hands on a…

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Conlon exhilarated by return to Croke Park

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Of all the Clare players lining out in Croke Park yesterday, John Conlon has tasted more success there than them all. Along with Donal Tuohy, he was part of the side that won the county’s first ever All-Ireland U21 title in 2009. Four years later, he was at wing-forward as Clare secured their fourth senior…

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Quarter-final exit for Clare minor footballers

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Clare’s minor footballers have bowed out of the All-Ireland series losing to Galway by seven points. Galway 0-18 Clare 0-11 Venue: O’Connor Park, Tullamore In the GAA and sport there is a cliché about a game of two halves. This encounter fell into this category with Clare the stronger side in the opening half and…

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Donal never doubted Clare players

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With fifteen minutes played, Galway led Clare 1-07 to a single point, despite the gap joint manager Donal Moloney always believed his players would come up with the goods. That they did as they forced a draw with the reigning All-Ireland champions and indeed they could have dethroned them. However with time running out it…

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