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Daly rules out Clare involvement in 2020

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Anthony Daly will not be involved with the Clare senior hurlers in 2020.

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Vacancy for Clare senior hurling manager reopens as new committee formed

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*Photograph: Martin Connolly No appointment for the post of Clare senior hurling manager was made at a special meeting of the Clare County Board on Wednesday, instead delegates requested that the process to fill the vacancy be restarted.

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Meeting called to discuss senior hurling managements

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Clarity is to be provided on the 2020 Clare senior hurling management tonight (Wednesday).

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“Ongoing uncertainty” prompts Donal Moloney not to seek role of Clare manager

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*Donal Moloney. Photograph: Martin Connolly Three-time All-Ireland U21 winning joint manager, Donal Moloney has cited “ongoing uncertainity” with the appointment process for his decision not to seek charge of the Clare senior hurlers next year.

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Brian Lohan in the running for Clare job

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*Photo by David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile Four time All Star, Brian Lohan has confirmed his interest in becoming manager of the Clare senior hurlers.

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Lohan leading tour of Croke Park on Sunday

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*Pictured at Drimnagh Castle in Dublin today, Clare’s Brian Lohan. Photograph: David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile  Clare may not be competing on either of the All-Ireland SHC semi-finals but in the hours before Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford take on Tipperary, his former team-mate Brian Lohan will be leading a tour of the stadium.

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Players warned to smarten up on helmet safety

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*Hurlers at the M Donnelly GAA Wheelchair Hurling Interprovinvcial League held in St Josephn’s Doora Barefield GAA, Gurteen Co. Clare in September. Photograph: Brian Arthur Helmets and hurling, it’s been a long running story in the world of GAA that has taken on a new twist.

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Harty critical of decision to reject Kilrush Rd development

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Dr. Michael Harty has criticised An Bord Pleanála’s decision to reject planning permission for a supermarket, neighbourhood and medical centre on the Kilrush Rd in Ennis. As first reported by The Clare Echo at the beginning of June, plans for a supermarket with a licensed alcohol sales area, eight number neighbourhood centre retail units, medical…

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