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*Gary Cooney in action against Galway. Photograph: Raymond O’Mahony Gary Cooney is juggling preparations for the beginning of the Allianz National Hurling League with Mary Immaculate College’s Fitzgibbon Cup run.
An Australian born engineer, David Barrett has confirmed he will be contesting next month’s General Election.
Outgoing Clare TD, Dr Michael Harty has predicted either Michael McNamara (IND) or Cllr Roisin Garvey (Greens) will be elected to Dáil Éireann with one Fine Gael casualty.
*Ronan Kerin got on the scoresheet for Avenue Utd. Photograph: Oliver Fitzpatrick They were level at normal time but still Avenue Utd and Shannon Town both suffered disheartening exits from competitions over the weekend.
Acclaimed writers and literary lovers are heading to Doolin for a three-day festival this weekend.
*Cllr Ian Lynch with his wife Irene and son Reuben at the LE19 count. Photograph: Martin Connolly Getting to spend time with his children during their formative years has prompted Cllr Ian Lynch (IND) not to contest the General Election.
A massive challenge lies ahead of Scariff/Ogonnelloe this weekend as they face Derry super-club Slaughtneil but an even greater prize is in their path should they overcome the All-Ireland champions.
Feasibility studies are to be carried out for the provision of nice tourism products and an annual festival in Co Clare.
*Photograph: Tulla Tidy Towns A planned delivery of 22 social housing units in Tulla is facing a potential delay.
*Fearghal Lawlor. Photograph: Joe Buckley What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, three shuddering blows at different phases of his life certainly shook Fearghal Lawlor to the core but made him the man that he is today.