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‘Clare football on the rise’

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*Colm Collins celebrates at the final whistle. Photograph: Martin Connolly He was Clare’s hero in snatching a second round draw with Armagh, on Sunday David Tubridy stepped up once again finishing with 1-07 as they secured their first league win of 2019. Supporters who were cutting it tight on time to get to Cusack Park…

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Clare beat the Rebels by 9 points

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*Conall Ó hÁiniféin was one of Clare’s goalscorers. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare have defeated Cork in the Allianz National Football League for the third year in succession. Clare 3-13 Cork 1-10 Venue: Cusack Park, Ennis A blistering start from Clare in which they netted two goals in the first four minutes of the game set…

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Donegal claw past Clare

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*Gary Brennan. Photograph: Martin Connolly 2012 All-Ireland football champions, Donegal clung on for victory in the opening round of the Allianz National Football League Division 2 against Clare on Sunday afternoon. Donegal 0-16 Clare 0-13 Venue: Cusack Park, Ennis Donegal were made sweat till the end by Clare to put two points on the board…

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Malone & Tubridy given first start for footballers

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*Jamie Malone. Photograph: Martin Connolly Jamie Malone and David Tubridy get their first starts of 2019 as the Clare footballers welcome Donegal to Ennis on Sunday. Colm Collins’ men begin their Allianz National Football League Division 2 bid on Sunday in Cusack Park and the Kilmihil native has unveiled an experienced starting fifteen with former…

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Kelly’s goal sees Clare win McGrath Cup

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*Photograph by Martin Connolly Clare have won the McGrath Cup for the first time since 2008. Clare 1-09 Cork 0-09 Venue: Hennessy Memorial Park, Miltown Malbay Playing in his home field, it was Miltown’s Gordon Kelly that kicked the all-important goal as Clare claimed the spoils against Cork on Saturday afternoon to secure the McGrath…

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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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Coughlan & Cooney impress as footballers set up McGrath Cup final with Cork

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A dominant performance from the Clare senior footballers saw them advance to the McGrath Cup Final for the second year in a row on Sunday. Clare 1-17 Waterford 1-06 Cork await Clare in the McGrath Cup decider following an eleven point win for Colm Collins’ side over Waterford with twelve different players registering on the…

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Away trip to Armagh for Clare footballers

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Clare will travel to Armagh in Round Three of the qualifiers as part of the All-Ireland SFC. After edging past Offaly by two points on Sunday, Colm Collins’ must now travel to the Athletic Grounds in Armagh to take on the Kieran McGeeney managed side. Armagh recorded a six point win over Sligo on Saturday.…

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Clare edge past Offaly

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Clare have overcome the challenge of a stern Offaly in Round 2 of the All-Ireland SFC qualifier series. Clare 1-18 Offaly 2-14 Venue: O’Connor Park, Tullamore A late Kevin Hartnett insurance point sealed the win for Clare, it was fitting given the effort the Meelick man has gone through to make himself available to wear…

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Clare ‘play football the way football is best played’

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Clare and Offaly go head to head in round two of the qualifiers as part of the All Ireland SFC tomorrow afternoon. Both Colm Collins and Paul Rouse have announced their starting teams ahead of the 1:30pm clash in Tullamore. Rouse succeeded Stephen Wallace as manager of Offaly in dramatic circumstances after the County Board…

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