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Clare win Munster Senior Hurling League

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*Photograph by Martin Connolly Clare have comprehensively beaten Tipperary to win the Munster Senior Hurling League. Clare 4-19 Tipperary 1-18 Venue: Gaelic Grounds Played in front of an attendance of 4,531, Clare secured their first piece of silverware at senior level under Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor beating Tipperary by ten points. Jason Forde and…

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John Mangan’s Wedding Photography

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Reeling in the Years, Clare style: 1967

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This fifty-two-part series, brought to you by Ennis journalist Cian O Broin, looks at the best and brightest of Clare’s years along with its deepest and darkest. Travelling back in time to 1967 all the way up to 2019, each week we shall revisit three or four moments that defined the year in County Clare.…

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The Clare Echo Friday Quiz

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Aoibhín’s Top Five Ways to Get Active in Clare

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Looking for a little inspiration to help you get that body moving this January, Co Clare has some incredible offerings beyond your local gym or gaa club (whilst those offerings are also wonderful). I’ve compiled a list of some local facilities that are worth trying for something a little different. 1 : Operation Get Clare…

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Venues confirmed for pre-seaon competition finals

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*Shane Bennett falls to the ground under pressure from Cathal Malone. Photograph: Martin Connolly Fixture details have been released for the McGrath Cup and Munster senior hurling league finals which take place this weekend. On Saturday, Colm Collins’ Clare senior footballers welcome Cork to Hennessy Memorial Park, Miltown. Their clash commences at 2pm. They sealed…

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Stuart Holly’s 2018 News Year in Review

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JANUARY KILKEE GOES PLASTIC FREE Kilkee became a national leader by becoming the first town in Ireland to go completely plastic free. Businesses in the West Clare town all agreed to switch to biodegradable coffee cups, straws, pizza boxes and takeaway containers among others. Kilkee Chamber of Commerce Project Manager Cillian Murphy said, “I think…

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Eoin Neylon’s winners and losers from 2018

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As 2018 comes to an end, we reflect on a tumultuous year in Irish politics that’s finishing with a degree of stability suddenly taking hold. Míchéal Martin signing Fianna Fáil up to an extension of the Confidence and Supply agreement, until the Brexit chaos is resolved, has killed all expectation of a Spring time General…

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The Clare Echo Friday Quiz

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Beauty Wish List – Jodie’s House of Beauty

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With Christmas only around the corner I decided to write a beauty wish list. These might be useful for stocking filler ideas or secret Santa presents. Benefit – They’re real mascara For the most flattering lashes this Mascara is hard to beat in my opinion. Available in black, blue and brown. Your lashes will look…

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