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Ollie Baker - Clare: Game of my Life

Clare: Game of my Life, Ollie Baker revisits his first start for the county

In this extract from the best-selling ‘Clare: Game of my Life’, in which 30 of the county’s greatest hurlers remember the one game that defined their careers, Ollie Baker revisits a Sunday in the spring of 1995 when he had to race the team bus to get his first start for the county Ollie Baker …

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Clare GAA being ‘left behind in Munster’ – calls for independent review backed by Honan, Clancy, Cooney and Guilfoyle

ÉIRE ÓG clubman Niall O’Connor is leading calls for a complete review of business management structures within Clare GAA. Following an open letter penned by the 30-year-old in recent weeks, there has been what O’Connor describes as a groundswell of support for points he made relating to the future of Clare GAA, with a number …

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Moloney bites back at Clare critics

*Donal Moloney. Photograph: Martin Connolly It’s been a difficult and unusual period for Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor, recent heavy defeats to Tipperary and Limerick brought with it widespread criticism of them and their panel of players which management addressed in the moments following their victory over Cork.

Paudie McMahon’s Hurling Year in Review 2018

Club player of the Year Tony Kelly Without him Ballyea would not have secured their second senior championship. He scored 1-09 in their semi-final win over O’Callaghans Mills and was central to their success. His clubmate Niall Deasy, Cratloe’s Rian Considine, Aidan McCarthy of Inagh/Kilnamona and Feakle duo Oisin Donnellan and Shane McGrath were other …

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Cusack Park

Lauren Guilfoyle: Clare will need 20 man approach for revamped Championship structure

By Lauren Guilfoyle The Clare Senior Hurlers got their league campaign off to a winning start with a five point victory over traditional rivals Tipperary in front of a six thousand strong home crowd in Cusack Park on Sunday. Clare started with a relatively strong team that most likely won’t see massive change when championship …

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