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Carr steps down as S&C coach of Clare senior hurlers & Galvin brothers return to panel

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Keith Carr has stepped down as strength and conditioning coach to the Clare senior hurlers after one season in the role.

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Clare Echo’s 2020 Sporting Awards

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Countless milestones, memories and gatherings were taken from our reach in 2020 but once again sport came up trumps in providing joy and solace with many organisations also leading the way when it came local community responses during the pandemic, Head of Sport Páraic McMahon dishes out the gongs in the inaugural Clare Echo Sporting Awards.

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O’Connell commits to a third season with Clare camogie side

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Ger O’Connell has committed to a third season in charge of the Clare senior camogie team.

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Absence of ‘proper wastewater treatment’ leading to demise of rural villages – Cooney

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Failure to install ‘adequate infrastructure’ in Clare’s rural communities will accelerate their demise, local councillors have warned.

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Begley seeks Oakfield & Cappavilla roads to be included in Council programme

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Two Clonlara roads are to be reviewed before a decision is made on their inclusion in the 2021 roadworks programme.

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One third of Clare premises without access to high-speed broadband

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22,342 premises in Co Clare are without access to high-speed broadband.

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Council engineer says driver behaviour not signage is main cause of traffic collisions at Brennan’s Cross

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One Meelick homeowner has been forced to make repairs to her property on three occasions in the past year and a half due to repeated accidents at Brennan’s Cross, an elected representative has said.

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Clare GAA plan to fill coaching vacancies when funds allow – Fitzgerald

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Secretary of Clare GAA, Pat Fitzgerald has said it is planned to fill coaching vacancies that have arisen within the Association while he admitted to having a “reasonable” relationship with Brian Lohan.

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Tony Kelly named hurler of the month for November

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Tony Kelly has added another personal honour to his mantelpiece after being named PWC GAA/GPA player of the month for November.

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Storm water blockages to be removed in Clonlara

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Drainage blockages deemed to be fuelling flooding problems in Coolistiege, Clonlara are to be examined by Clare County Council staff.

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