County camogie PRO Brid MacNamara has been named as the Clare winner at the 2020 Federation of Irish Sport
Weekend wins at Limerick Greyhound Stadium were recorded for dogs owned by Ennis’ Marion Moroney and John Meehan of Newmarket-on-Fergus.
Football clubs in Clare have voiced their desire for amalgamations to be entitled to field a second team in a…
A bigger emphasis is needed on strength and conditioning is needed for Clare football teams to bridge the gap with Kerry, the manager of the minor footballers has said.
Retired President of Clare GAA, Padraig Mac Mathúna has voiced his frustration with the lack of underage GAA coverage within the county’s local media.
U12 ladies footballers in Clare are ‘coached to foul,’ a club referee has outlined in a call for the sin-bin to be introduced at the age-group.
Two of Clare’s All-Ireland winners from 1997 are teaming up to take charge of the Kilmaley senior hurlers.
A change in policy will be required from Croke Park if clubs are allowed to hold their own equivalent summer camp prior to the Kelloggs Cúl Camps.
Treasurer of Clare GAA, Michael Gallagher has criticised recent commentary before the County Convention which he felt was discriminatory.
Brendan Browne’s Glasheen Adios had the distinction of becoming the first Clare winner of 2021 at the Galway track.