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Clare GAA to begin streaming games this weekend

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Clare GAA are moving into the digital world with the debut of a streaming service this weekend.

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Breakdown of Clare FM & Radio Kerry deal ‘reflects very badly on both stations’

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Radio Kerry’s proposed takeover of sister stations Clare FM and Tipp FM has fallen through leading to calls for better treatment for shareholders who for the second time have seen a takeover of the Clare radio station collapse.

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Brennan family honoured with support for latest HPV campaign

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GAA clubs across the country are doing their bit to raise awareness for the HPV vaccine, a campaign that had been spearheaded by Ennis’ Laura Brennan up until her death in March.

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Stepping down as Clare GAA was ‘the right thing to do’ for election – Cooney

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*Joe Cooney is elected to Clare County Council for the fourth time. Photograph: Martin Connolly Not alone was Joe Cooney the first candidate elected in the Killaloe Municipal District for the third time in a row but yet again the O’Callaghans Mills man secured the highest first preference vote in Clare as he has previously…

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Coughlan makes 8 changes for trip to Waterford

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Clare’s minor footballers have rung the changes ahead of their third outing in the Munster football championship on Wednesday.

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Rain causes widespread disruption to sporting schedule

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Clare’s meeting with Meath in Division 2 of the Allianz National Football League has been postponed.

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Ryan always expected Wexford comeback

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*Diarmuid Ryan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Cutting down on the amount of frees conceded was worked on all week in training, it was evident in the eyes of Diarmuid Ryan whose focus has now switched to making the league quarter-finals. In 2017, the Mary Immaculate College student was wing back on the Clare minor side that…

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Division 1 is realistic aim for Clare says Martin Daly

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*Conall O hAinifein shrugs off the challenge of Cork’s full back Kevin Flahive.       Photograph: Martin Connolly THE microscope rightly falls on Cork this week as pundits examine the Rebel footballers’ downfall after they were thumped at Cusack Park on Sunday. Cork’s collapse seems to be happening in slow motion, not unlike Clare’s rise…

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Conlon wants Clare to be winning Munster titles

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A guaranteed place in the Munster Senior Hurling final awaits the winners of Clare and Limerick. John Conlon has been very impressed with what he’s seen from the opposition so far this year. “Limerick are fantastic this year, they’re the team to beat at the moment, themselves and Galway. We’ll be looking forward to it,…

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Clare support was ‘a long time coming’ – Duggan

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When they were needed most Clare’s supporters found their voice in Semple Stadium on Sunday and it didn’t go unnoticed by those in the heat of the battle. Clooney/Quin’s Peter Duggan hit the two winning points in additional time as Clare recorded their first win over Tipperary in the Munster Senior Hurling championship in fifteen…

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