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‘We had our chances’ – Conlon

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A visibly deflated John Conlon lamented missed opportunities on Clare’s behalf as they bowed out of the All-Ireland SHC at the semi-final stage. One point separated Galway and Clare with the Banner hitting nineteen wides during the replay. The lack of efficiency in front of goal frustrated the full-forward. “They deserve to be there, we…

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Semi-final defeat for Clare hurlers against Galway

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Clare have been knocked out of the All-Ireland SHC championship at the semi-final stage losing to Galway by a single point on Sunday afternoon. Galway 1-17 Clare 2-13 Venue: Semple Stadium, Thurles Nineteen wides would prove costly for Clare as they let a glorious opportunity of dethroning Galway slip in the All-Ireland SHC semi-final replay.…

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Dance your GAA socks off at Ragg launch

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FINGERS crossed we will all be celebrating Clare’s win on Sunday afternoon. It’s a long enough trek back to the Banner county, so why not check out the launch of the Ragg Nite Club in Thurles after the match? The Ragg Bar is run by Ennis native Rose Leahy Younge, so it would be rude…

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Man on a mission

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Celebrating 25 years in business, Andy Tierney still holds true the mission statement he wrote in 1995 “T HE very first guy I sold a computer to, we sold it on July 30, 1993 and he’s still a customer of ours.” So explains Andy Tierney, 25 years after setting up Tierney’s Office Automation in Ennis.…

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Ronan Scully Charity Walk

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Ronan & Friends, Bay to Bay 300KM Walk from Dingle to Galway for Charity Ronan Scully will put his best foot forward with some of his lifelong friends again this year, as he celebrates his 51st year and his 26th year working for various causes in Developing world with Self Help Africa Ronan Scully is…

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Face her for home – a Semple guide

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WITH all roads leading to Semple Stadium on Sunday, there’s bound to be a few tailbacks. In order to minimise this, Thurles Gardaí have got in touch with us here at The Clare Echo and asked us to share some info with you lovely people.   Superintendent Patrick Murphy, Thurles Garda Station stated: “I want…

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Fun-filled Feakle ready for festival

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IF YOU love live music, song and dance then the Feakle Festival is the place to be from Wednesday, August 8 to Monday August 13.  This year’s progamme as ever offers a wide choice of events for all traditional music fans from Workshops with Master Tutors, concerts featuring the finest traditional musicians, sessions from noon…

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Neylon: Clare hurlers put a smile on our faces

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LEAVING Croke Park on Saturday it was a pleasure to meet so many fellow county men and women each with a broad smile on their face. You’d think from the demeanour of the people that we’d won the game. However, their smiles were not for the result, delighted as we all were by Jason McCarthy’s…

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Ancient warriors also set for battle this Sunday

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AS CLARE hurling warriors hit the pitch, so too will the Ancient Celtic Warriors in Craggaunowen. Located outside Quin in county Clare, Craggaunowen are celebrating the Celtic festival of Lughnasa. Kicking off at 11am with real live Fighting Warriors, the sound of clashing swords as metal strikes metal will zing through the air. A fine…

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Aoibhín’s Top 5: Seafood Restaurants in Clare

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WHAT are Bank Holidays made for other than wining and dining with family and friends? And where better to do it than in one of Co Clare’s utterly divine famous fresh seafood restaurants? Gather your shipmates and set sail for Aoibhin’s top five Clare based seafood restaurants. You will not be disappointed. Be sure to…

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