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Can’t See Can’t Be: The Clare Echo’s new sports series

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“If she can’t see it, she can’t be it” goes the slogan of 20×20, an initiative launched last October with the objective of increasing media coverage, participation and attendance at female sporting events. By Páraic McMahon Its aim is to see a twenty percent increase by 2020 across all three areas. Thankfully, The Clare Echo…

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Team being picked on form not experimentation – O’Connor

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*Gavin Keary, Donal Moloney & Gerry O’Connor. Photograph: Martin Connolly Reducing the amount of frees conceded stood out to Gerry O’Connor as the main area his Clare side need to work on ahead of their trip to Cork on February 16th. Speaking to the media after their one point win over Kilkenny, Gerry flagged the…

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Hougton, Whelan & Kinsella sign up for Shannon Town legends match

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*(L-R): Carolann McDonald, Louise McNamara, Conor Thomey, John Kelly, John Gavin (Manager Silver Springs Hotel), Jennifer Nolan, Kelly Haugh, Peter Buckley, David Hogan, Ger Kelly. Photograph: Joe Buckley.  Ex Irish internationals Ray Houghton, Mark Kinsella and Ronnie Whelan will take to the field for a Republic of Ireland team for a special game in Shannon…

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Two Clare athletes on Team Ireland for Special Olympics

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*Athletes and Coaches from Co. Clare, back row, Frank Fitzgerald, left, and Jean Molony. Front row, Mairead Moroney, left, and Emma Barrett in attendance at the Special Olympics Ireland official launch Team Ireland for the 2019 Word Summer Games at the Carlton Hotel Tyrellstown in Dublin. Photo by Harry Murphy/Sportsfile  Two Clare athletes will represent…

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Kilkenny win ‘a real role reversal’ from Tipp outing – Golden

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*Shane Golden. Photograph: Martin Connolly One week on from an eight point defeat to Tipperary, Clare bounced back to overcome League champions Kilkenny with the midfield pairing of Shane Golden and Colm Galvin central to the success. Not alone did Golden hit 0-02, he had the most possessions of any Clare player on the pitch…

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Tubridy’s goal gives Clare a share of the spoils

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*David Tubridy. Photograph: Martin Connolly A late David Tubridy goal from long range earned Clare a draw with Armagh in the second round of the Allianz National Football League. Clare 2-10 Armagh 1-13 Venue: Pairc Esler, Newry Clare picked up their first point of the 2019 Division 2 campaign when Doonbeg’s David Tubridy scored an…

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Clare get the cream against Cats

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*Shane Golden was one of Clare’s best performers. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare have defeated reigning League champions Kilkenny to record their first win of the competition this year. Clare 2-20 Kilkenny 1-22 Venue: Cusack Park A goal in either half via John Conlon and Podge Collins was significant as Clare put their first two points…

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Limerick lower Clare

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*Rebecca Delee & Mairead Scalon compete for possession. Photograph: Veronica McMahon Clare fell to their second defeat of the 2019 Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League on Saturday evening. Limerick 1-14 Clare 0-10 Venue: Gaelic Grounds A disappointing display from the Clare senior camogie side in which they scored three points from play in sixty minutes resulted…

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Conlon to captain Clare against Kilkenny

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*John Conlon. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clonlara’s John Conlon will captain the Clare senior hurlers tomorrow as they welcome Kilkenny to Ennis while his clubmates, Colm and Ian Galvin have been given their first starts of the Allianz National Hurling League this year. Joint managers Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor have made six changes from the…

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Collins snapped up by Galway Utd

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*Joe Collins in action for the Clare Oscar Traynor side. Photograph: Oliver Fitzpatrick Ennis’ Joe Collins has signed for Galway United. Having trained with Galway Utd for the past few months, the twenty five year old central midfielder joins from West United who last won the Galway District League Premier Division in 2008/09. Joe was…

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