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Clare GAA plan to run U20 competition in league format this year

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U20 hurling and gaelic football club competitions are expected to be held in Clare this year with a move to U19 and U21 competitions in 2022.

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Seven new additions to Clare panel as Scanlan & Corbett depart

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Ger O’Connell has made seven additions to the Clare senior camogie panel for 2021.

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Community must have maximum benefit from Carrownagowan Wind Farm as major development progresses

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One of East Clare’s biggest projects has moved a step closer with elected representatives of the local authority approving a planners report for the development of the Carrownagowan Wind Farm.

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Feakle appoint Bodyke’s Kelleher as senior manager

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Feakle will have a new management of their senior hurlers for 2021 while their outgoing manager has been appointed St Josephs Doora/Barefield boss.

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Clubs to decide will it be U-19, U-20 or U-21

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Clare GAA has set up a special committee to liaise with clubs as to what competition should be run for players between 17 and 21.

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Traffic danger outside Bodyke school ‘frightening’

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‘Frightening’ scenes are being witnessed in Bodyke with ‘increasing danger’ in the vicinity of Bodyke national school on a frequent basis.

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Doyle to stay on as Clare U20 boss

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Bodyke’s Sean Doyle is set to continue as manager of the Clare U20 hurlers for a third season.

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‘They bring passion & determination’ – ex teammates and coach on Lohan vs Davy

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As Clare and Wexford put the final touches to preparations for their round 2 All-Ireland hurling qualifier clash on Saturday at O’Moore Park in Portlaoise there is much focus on the rival managers Brian Lohan and Davy Fitzgerald.

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Clare GAA clubs ‘didn’t let the side down’ with COVID celebrations

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Clare ‘did not let down the country down’ when it came to GAA celebrations, a county board official has stated.

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‘We needed to be further ahead at half-time’ laments Clare U20 boss Doyle

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Clare needed to be six or seven points ahead at half time in Monday’s Munster under 20 hurling championship quarter final clash with title holders Tipperary as there was a strong breeze blowing down the field.

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