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Cloughleigh students ‘Share A Story’ with new literary project

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First class pupils at Scoil Chríost Rí, along with their parents and teachers have celebrated the completion of an exciting, collaborative literacy project at a special event in de Valera Library, Ennis. ‘Share A Story project’ was launched at the Cloughleigh school on 17 April. It ran over six weeks where parents and their children…

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Pope not coming to Clare

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Pope Francis will visit Ireland at the end of August but no scheduled stops have been pencilled in for Co Clare. On Monday the itinerary of thePope’s pastoral visit to the ninth World Meeting of Families in Ireland on the 25th and 26th of August was unveiled. He will arrive in Dublin Airport on the…

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Moloney mesmerised by Clare’s resilience

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Sunday’s win over Tipperary was the most satisfying achieved in Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor’s two year tenure in charge of the Clare senior hurlers. Satisfying indeed as Clare defeated Tipperary in the Munster SHC for the first time in fifteen years but for the vast majority of the contest it seemed as if Moloney…

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Several changes announced for Killaloe Diocese

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A major revamp of the Killaloe Diocese has been announced by Bishop Fintan Monahan. It comes following months of much consultation between Bishop Fintan, the Pastoral Planning Team, the Clergy and a series of public meetings held across the Diocese in March and April. Four priests will be retiring, one is taking a leave of…

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Clare support was ‘a long time coming’ – Duggan

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When they were needed most Clare’s supporters found their voice in Semple Stadium on Sunday and it didn’t go unnoticed by those in the heat of the battle. Clooney/Quin’s Peter Duggan hit the two winning points in additional time as Clare recorded their first win over Tipperary in the Munster Senior Hurling championship in fifteen…

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Clare drawn away to Offaly in qualifiers

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Clare have been handed an away draw in round two of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers. Colm Collins’ men have been paired against Offaly and the game will take place on the weekend of June 23/24th with O’Connor Park in Tullamore the expected venue. Following a twenty two point drubbing at the hands of Kerry in…

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Exhibition explores link between church and artists

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Clare County Arts Office has announced an exhibition in Clare Museum that explores the theme of church architecture and the historical role of the church acting as “patron” to artists and craftsmen and women throughout the ages. John McCormack uses sketching as a form in which to present his ideas in the exhibition, which is…

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Cusack Park to be packed for Clare vs Limerick

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Cusack Park is set to be full to capacity for next weekend’s Munster Senior Hurling Championship tie between Clare and Limerick. Munster GAA released a statement on Sunday evening confirming “that the tickets.ie allocation (online sales, Centra and Supervalu stores) for next Sunday’s Clare v Limerick game in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship at Cusack…

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Clare secure sweet two point win over Tipp

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Clare have beaten Tipperary in Thurles in the Munster SHC for the first time in ninety years. Clare 1-23 Tipperary 1-21 Venue: Semple Stadium A late rally from the Banner saw them stun Tipperary with a second half goal from Ian Galvin the turning point. Podge Collins equalised on the seventy third minute and insurance…

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Minors lose out to Tipp

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Clare’s minor hurlers have suffered their second defeat of the 2018 Munster championship losing to Tipperary by five points. Tipperary 2-14 Clare 1-12 Venue: Semple Stadium Having learned from taking their foot off the pedal in their last outing, Tommy Dunne’s Tipperary were eager not to make the same mistakes against a Clare side which…

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