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Éire Óg & Lissycasey had worst disciplinary record in 2019

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*Photograph: Raymond O’Mahony 133 red cards were dished during adult GAA games in Clare in 2019.

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Tulla seek financial return for clubs hosting summer camps

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Clare GAA have warned that a motion passed by Tulla GAA club could hamper the amount of students getting part-time coaching jobs during the summer months.

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Motion to limit tenure of County Board delegates defeated

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*Clonbony delegates at the Clare GAA Convention. Photograph: John Mangan GAA club delegates in Clare will not be subject to a maximum five year tenure, as a Tulla motion was overwhelmingly defeated.

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Sinbin rule ‘promotes cynicism’ – Flan O’Reilly

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*Flan O’Reilly. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography One of Clare’s longest serving club referees has led the call for a change on the GAA’s ruling on sin-bins.

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‘An exemplary player in the Clare jersey’ – praise extended to Gary Brennan

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*Gary Brennan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Gary Brennan’s contribution to football in the county has been lauded by Clare GAA secretary, Pat Fitzgerald.

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Senior hurlers ‘flattered to deceive’ in 2019 – Fitzgerald

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*Clare GAA Secretary, Pat Fitzgerald. Photograph: John Mangan Clare’s senior hurlers run in 2019 has been labelled as “inconsistent and chequered” by the secretary of the County Board.

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Make All-Ireland minor campaign knockout say Sixmilebridge

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*Clare full-back Adam Hogan under pressure from Tony Cahill. Photograph: Martin Connolly In order to facilitate the thousands of underage games within the country, Sixmilebridge have proposed making the All-Ireland minor series a knockout competition.

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Gilligan loses out in bid to become Munster Council delegate

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*Niall Gilligan. Photograph: John Mangan Niall Gilligan was unsuccessful in his bid to become a Munster Council delegate while Simon Moroney defeated his ex colleague Robert Frost in a vote to be elected Central Council delegate.

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Clubs reject motion for Clare GAA to sell Clareabbey & move to Caherlohan

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*Delegates at the 2019 Clare GAA Convention. Photograph: John Mangan A request for Clare GAA to sell its offices at Clareabbey and establish Caherlohan as its base has been rejected by club delegates.

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‘Abuse of match officials should never be tolerated’

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*Damian Fox. Photograph: Chris Copley Clare referee Damian Fox has criticised “certain sections of the media” for being “extremely harsh” when giving their views on the performance of referees within the county and cautioned that those who abuse officials will receive suitable suspensions going forward.

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