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‘That kind of performance won’t win anything’

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*Cillian Brennan goes to ground. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill As he made his way from the playing pitch to the dressing room, the disappointment was clear on the face of Clare manager Colm Collins. 

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Storm Ciara disrupts competition

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Mid week competitions were played in a number of golf clubs last week but Storm Ciara put paid to the weekend schedule at clubs across the county.

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Harty Cup final called off

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Saturday’s Dr Harty Cup final has been postponed.

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Flannan’s Culture Change has them primed for Harty Cup final

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Five years ago, a bunch of first year students at St Flannan’s College were instructed to bring their hurleys to school everyday, on Saturday that group of young men will battle it out to become Dr Harty Cup champions. Clooney/Quin’s Eoin Guilfoyle is set to miss the final, the defender picked up an injury in…

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Harty Cup final goes ahead following pitch inspection

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Saturday’s scheduled Dr Harty Cup final between St Flannan’s College and CBC Cork will go ahead following a pitch inspection.

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‘Harty Cup final has been the dream since we started in Flannans’ – Hego

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*Conner Hegarty. Photograph: John Mangan Winning a Harty Cup has been the dream for Conner Hegarty and his teammates since they walked through the doors of St Flannan’s College for the first time.

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Flannans Harty Cup run inspiring younger students – Tony Butler

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*Tony Butler in action for St Flannan’s College. Photograph: Raymond O’Mahony As one of the more experienced members of St Flannan’s College’s Harty Cup side, Tony Butler can clearly see the positive effect their run is having by inspiring those in the years below them.

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‘Clare’s greatest hurler’ Puddin Cullinan to be laid to rest

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One of Clare’s greatest ever hurlers is to be buried on Friday (tomorrow).

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‘We’re happy with the way things are going’ – O’Halloran

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*Clare goalkeeper Micaela Glynn under pressure. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill After another fruitless day long excursion up North, this time playing outside the EU for the very first time, one would have expected Clare’s mood to be quite downbeat on Saturday evening, especially after being pummelled by the incessant wind and rain in Tyrone GAA’s Centre…

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Cahill buzzing for Harty Cup final

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*Diarmuid Cahill. Photograph: John Mangan Off the back of a hugely successful 2019, Diarmuid Cahill is hoping to add another medal to his collection.

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