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Chaplin confirms he will contest for Chairman as Frost & O’Connor remain undecided

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A contest for the position of chairman of Clare GAA is certain after Cratloe’s Jack Chaplin confirmed that he is a candidate for the post.

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O’Connor withdraws from race to become Clare GAA Chairman

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Crusheen’s Michael O’Connor has announced he will not be seeking contesting the election to the post of Clare GAA Chairman.

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Way forward for Coláiste Ui Comhraidhe can create 41 jobs

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A West Clare Irish college has the potential to create 41 jobs throughout the entire year if it becomes a multi-purpose centre.

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Lynch & Collins leave Galway Utd as Nugent signs new contract

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Two Clare footballers have left Galway Utd while another has signed a new contract.

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ANALYSIS: Ways for Clare hurlers to improve in 2021

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Clare’s hurlers hopes of returning to Croke Park for the first time since 2018 have to wait another year following Saturday’s defeat to Waterford.

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Brendan Bugler leaves Wexford role

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Two time All Star and 2013 All-Ireland winner Brendan Bugler has left his role on the Wexford management.

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Clare soccer leagues won’t get underway until mid-January

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Club action in the Clare District Soccer League (CDSL) will not resume until January at the earliest.

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Lissycasey’s Hayes part of Tipperary set-up that creates history

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*Joe Hayes. Photograph: Gerard O’NeillTipperary won their first Munster senior football title since 1935 and had a Clare man in…

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Clare come up short against dominant Déise

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Waterford have ended Clare’s involvement in the 2020 All-Ireland SHC.

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Kilmihil’s Eimear Considine to be part of Irish broadcasting history on TG4

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*Eimear Considine. Photograph: Sportsfile A Kilmihil woman will be part of a first for Irish sports broadcasting this weekend.

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