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‘Think before you act’ says West Clare GP as county’s incidence rate of COVID-19 among highest in Ireland

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Co Clare has among the highest incidence rate of COVID-19 in the country while a West Clare GP has urged the public to think of the consequences their actions may have over the coming weeks.

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Duggan confident Doora/Barefield footballers can push on at senior level

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Fresh from securing their promotion to the Clare SFC, Leo Duggan expressed his confidence that St Josephs Doora/Barefield can leave a mark in the 2021 senior campaign.

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‘Senior where Doora/Barefield needs to be’

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Returning to the senior ranks of Clare football is a timely boost for St Josephs Doora/Barefield given the age profile of their panel, manager Kevin Frehill affirmed.

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23 year old Barefield woman to go through pain barrier for Crusader clinic

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By Gordon Deegan (Photo: Eamon Ward) A 23-year old Barefield woman with cerebral palsy is set to go through the pain barrier…

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Doora/Barefield return to senior ranks with powerful second half display

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In bridging a seven year gap to their last success in the competition, St. Josephs Doora-Barefield caused a big upset when they defeated Corofin in the intermediate football championship final at Cusack Park this Sunday afternoon.

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Promotion a target from beginning of year for Doora/Barefield

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Two years ago, following a motion to county convention, Clare GAA decided to reduce the number of senior football teams from sixteen to twelve and St Josephs Doora/Barefield were one of the teams to make the drop as a result.

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Ballyea & Bridge avoid each other in Clare SHC semi-final draw

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Championship favourites Sixmilebridge and Ballyea have avoided each other in the semi-final draw of the Clare senior hurling championship (SHC).

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Ballymulqueeny house ‘nearly flooded out’ in 2012 needs Council assistance – Daly

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A house in Ballymulqueeny that was “nearly flooded out” in 2012 is in need of surfacing works to prevent future scares, an Ennis representative has flagged.

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‘Absolutely scandalous’ – young people with physical disabilities living in nursing homes

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An Ennis councillor has hit out at a “scandalous” situation that is resulting in young people with physical disabilities being forced to live in nursing homes.

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‘I haven’t come out of it and I know that’ – Norton questions if COVID-19 cases can be retested

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Confirmed cases of COVID-19 can be re-tested for the virus if symptoms of the virus still persist following their self-isolation period of two weeks.

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