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Brid MacNamara the backbone of Clare Camogie on the good & bad days

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*Brid MacNamara at Fr Murphy Memorial Park, Newmarket-on-Fergus. Photograph: Veronica McMahon To have held the smallest of involvements with Clare camogie in the past two decades be it as a supporter, player, mentor or officer, Brid MacNamara is a name you’ll know because truth be told she is at the backbone of the organisation within…

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Clare crash out in All-Ireland semi-final

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*Clare’s Edel McNamara collides with Sara Murphy of Kerry. Photograph: ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry Clare’s Junior camogie side exited at the All-Ireland semi-finals losing out to Kerry by ten points on Saturday afternoon.

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Duggan returns to Clare team

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*Clare’s Orlaith Duggan. Photograph: Martin Connolly One week on from their nineteen point defeat to Cork, Clare’s senior camogie side shows a single change for their trip to Meath.

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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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Dublin end Clare’s league campaign

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*Photograph: ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo A third defeat brought an end to Clare’s 2019 National Camogie League campaign on Sunday. Dublin 1-07 Clare 0-07 Venue: Cusack Park, Ennis In what was already a dead rubber contest, Dublin overcame Clare by three points in what was a disappointing affair. Although there was nothing to play for, a better display…

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Omission from Irish hockey squad was “heartbreaking” for Naomi

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*Naomi Carroll. Photograph: Martin Connolly Capped 110 times in international level hockey, Naomi Carroll has represented her country at schools level in soccer while also lining out at all grades for Clare in camogie and ladies football. She blows the term dual player out of the park and sat down with The Clare Echo in…

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Can’t See Can’t Be: The Clare Echo’s new sports series

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“If she can’t see it, she can’t be it” goes the slogan of 20×20, an initiative launched last October with the objective of increasing media coverage, participation and attendance at female sporting events. By Páraic McMahon It’s aim is to see a twenty percent increase by 2020 across all three areas. Thankfully, The Clare Echo…

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Clare make hard work of Offaly

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*Ciara Grogan is hooked by Michaela Morkan. Photograph: Veronica McMahon Clare’s senior camogie team recorded their first win under new manager Ger O’Connell in Division 1 of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League on Saturday. Clare 0-10 Offaly 1-05 Venue: Whitegate “While we’re in the middle of nowhere we’re very central at the same time”, Whitegate…

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Newmarket on Fergus Camogie Club headed to Croke Park

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THE Newmarket on Fergus underage Camogie Club are in with a chance of winning a whopping €7,000 at the All-Ireland Camogie final in Croke Park this weekend. It all started when Kaci Toomey and her teammates entered the skills showdown competition between Her.ie and Sportsjoe.ie. They made a short video about what camogie means to…

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Waterford end Clare’s camogie campaign

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Clare have exited the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie championship following a two point defeat to Waterford who are now quarter-final bound for the first time in their history. Waterford 1-11 Clare 0-12 Venue: Cusack Park, Ennis One week on from recording their first win at senior level, Waterford knocked Clare out of the All-Ireland…

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