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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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O’Grady frustrated by missed chances

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An inability to take chances that presented themselves was the main frustration from Clare senior camogie manager Patricia O’Grady following their ten point defeat to Galway on Saturday. Speaking in the aftermath of their first outing of this year’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship, O’Grady gave her immediate assessment of where it went wrong…

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Green Business Seminar announced for Kilrush

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Clare County Council, in conjunction with EPA Green Business and Kilrush Tidy Towns, will host the 2018 Green Business Seminar at the recently opened DigiClare Kilrush Hub on Monday 18 June at 9.00am. James Hogan, EPA Green Businesses, who will be a speaker at the ceremony, says businesses of all sizes can make significant cost…

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Killaloe girl is Munster’s best speller

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Twelve year old, Hannah Moroney has won the 2018 Munster Provincial Spelling Bee. Easons in Patrick St, Cork hosted the final with Hannah from Convent Primary School, Killaloe coming out on top. She took first place against five talented young Bees with the word, Abdicate. Hannah will now move forward to compete in the All-Ireland…

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Tribeswomen too strong for Clare as camogie campaign commences

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For the fourth year in a row, Clare have lost their opening game in the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship. Galway 1-16 Clare 0-09 Venue: Pearse Stadium Missed chances and poor distribution from Clare were costly as they slumped to a ten point defeat at the hands of Galway on Saturday evening in their opening game…

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Ryan rings the changes for Tipp

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Michael Ryan has made three changes to Tipperary’s team ahead of Sunday’s Munster championship meeting with Clare. Noel McGrath was one of their leading lights in their second round comeback against Cork but the Loughmore Casteliney man has been dropped to the bench along with corner back Michael Cahill and Joe O’Dwyer. Ryan had been…

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Polska Éire art exhibition at Clare Museum

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A two-week exhibition featuring a wide range of visual art work and textile art work by one Lithuanian and four Polish artists now resident in County Clare is being held at Clare Museum in Ennis as part of the Polska Eire Festival 2018. Exhibiting artists include Pawel Maciag, Karolina Pajenckovskyte, Beata Murzyn, Aleksandra Komar and…

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Clare continue with same fifteen for Tipp game

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Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor have named an unchanged fifteen from that which defeated Waterford for Sunday’s encounter with Tipperary. Clare travel to Semple Stadium in search of the county’s first Munster championship win over Tipperary in Thurles since 1928. After replacing his Sixmilebridge teammate in the starting side two weeks ago, Jamie Shanahan continues…

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West Clare widower ordained to priesthood

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A West Clare widower and father of one was ordained as a priest at the weekend. Quilty man, Martin Shanahan was ordained to the priesthood for the Diocese of Killaloe by Bishop Fintan Monahan celebrated in Saint Mary’s Church, Mullagh on Sunday. Bishop Monahan referenced the experience Martin brings to the priesthood from his family…

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