*Tony Kelly. Photograph: Martin Connolly It was always expected to be a comfortable win for Clare and so it proved as Brian Lohan’s charges made a winning start to life in Division 1 Group B of the Allianz hurling league.
In December 2018, the Waste Management bye-laws were adopted by Clare Co. Council to ensure that all homes and businesses located in Co. Clare take appropriate measures to ensure that waste is stored, managed, presented and collected in a manner so that risk to the environment is minimised. This includes measures to ensure nuisance issues,…
*Niall Deasy has been handed extra responsibility during Lohan’s tenure. Photograph: Mark Hayes With two games under his belt as Clare senior hurling manager, Brian Lohan has tasted both success and defeat.
*Gavin Cooney. Photograph: Raymond O’Mahony Clare’s footballers picked up their first win of this season’s McGrath Cup in what was their final outing of the competition.
An experimental Limerick lineup easily dispatched of Clare on Sunday afternoon to book their place in the Munster Senior Hurling League Final against Cork.
Good new shopping Fans, one of Co Clare’s Favourite Furniture Store’s is about to get a Store Revamp.
*Pearse Lillis made a return to the Clare team. Photograph: Martin Connolly Two points separated Limerick and Clare as they began their McGrath Cup campaigns on Sunday afternoon with the Treaty County emerging as deserving winners.
Over 150 people are homeless in Clare this Christmas while Clare County Council have been accused of removing sleeping bags belonging to rough sleepers in Ennis.
An unprecedented amount of patients are presenting to the out of hours GP service for Clare, Limerick and Tipperary.
*Editor of The Clare Echo, Stuart Holly pictured outside the new offices. Photograph: John Mangan THE Clare Echo has this week continued its expansion plans by opening the doors to its new premises at a premium Ennis town centre location.