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‘We’re a small little village with committed girls’ – Kilmihil ready for Munster final

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*Ellie O’Gorman. Photograph: Ger O’Neill It has been a whirlwind three weeks for the parish of Kilmihil in West Clare and if today goes to plan, there will be plenty of excitement to shorten the autumn evenings.

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Scariff/Ogonnelloe reign supreme to claim first senior title

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*Ciara Doyle. Photograph: Veronica McMahon Scariff/Ogonnelloe have won the Clare Senior Camogie Championship for the first time beating Newmarket-on-Fergus on Saturday afternoon.

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O’Leary & Devitt back in Clare side for All-Ireland quarter-final

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*Carol O’Leary. Photograph: David Dillon Carol O’Leary and Orla Devitt return to the Clare intermediate ladies football side for Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final.

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Losing start for Clare’s ladies footballers v Wexford

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*Photograph: David Dillon Defeat marked Clare’s start in the Ladies Football All-Ireland IFC on Sunday afternoon.

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Considine returns to Clare team

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Ailish Considine returns to the Clare’s intermediate ladies football lineup for the first time this year as they begin their All-Ireland championship campaign on Sunday.

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O’Dea fires Clare off to winning start in All-Ireland campaign

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Clare kicked off the 2018 TG4 All-Ireland ladies football championship with an impressive eleven point win over Down. Clare 2-17 Down 1-09 Venue: Kinnegad Niamh O’Dea scored 2-07 from play as James Murrihy’s side overcame the challenge of Down in Co Meath on Sunday afternoon. For Clare the objective in today’s outing was to pick…

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O’Dea back training ahead of camogie championship opener

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Clare travel to Galway on Saturday for their opening game in the 2018 All-Ireland senior camogie championship. Patricia O’Grady’s side perform in the curtain raiser for the Leinster senior hurling tie between Galway and Dublin in Pearse Stadium. In their last championship meeting, six points was the difference as Galway recorded a 2-11 0-11 win…

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