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Tekelek submit plans to extend Cratloe operations

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*Tekelek CEO, Peter McCarthy. Photograph: Eamon Ward Shannon company, Tekelek Group plan to expand on it’s operations with an application currently before Clare County Council.

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‘Immense pride’ for Conor Ryan as younger brother Diarmuid gets set for senior debut

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*Conor Ryan in action for Clare. Photograph: INPHO Cratloe’s Ryan family have been very generous with their contributions and commitment to Clare hurling teams down through the years, a new chapter will begin on Sunday with Diarmuid expected to get his senior debut following in the footsteps of older brother Conor.

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Bus Éireann ‘stood behind Shannon Airport when everybody else was leaving’

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A review of Bus Éireann’s service operating out of Shannon Airport could yield a greater number of flyers according to one local representative.

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O’Briensbridge memorial garden vandalised

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A memorial garden dedicated to Cratloe patriot Nan Hogan has been vandalised in East Clare.

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John determined Crowe’s will soar over coming months

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*Cllr Tom McNamara & Cllr John Crowe. Photograph: Eamon Ward It’s shaping up to a busy year for the Crowe family from Sixmilebridge in sport and politics, over the coming months John wants to see them soar.

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Ryan always expected Wexford comeback

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*Diarmuid Ryan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Cutting down on the amount of frees conceded was worked on all week in training, it was evident in the eyes of Diarmuid Ryan whose focus has now switched to making the league quarter-finals. In 2017, the Mary Immaculate College student was wing back on the Clare minor side that…

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Omission from Irish hockey squad was “heartbreaking” for Naomi

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*Naomi Carroll. Photograph: Martin Connolly Capped 110 times in international level hockey, Naomi Carroll has represented her country at schools level in soccer while also lining out at all grades for Clare in camogie and ladies football. She blows the term dual player out of the park and sat down with The Clare Echo in…

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Gilligan regraded to intermediate ranks for 2019

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*Niall Gilligan in action in the 2017 Clare SHC Final. Photograph: Martin Connolly Forty two year old Niall Gilligan will continue to line out with his club Sixmilebridge in 2019. Corner forward on the Clare senior hurling team that won the county’s third ever All-Ireland championship in 1997, twenty two years on Gilligan has committed…

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Tradaree development can bring Newmarket village back to life

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A potential social food enterprise development in Newmarket-on-Fergus “will give a life back to the main street which is now dead”. Such was the view of former Shannon Development Regional Manager for Co Clare, John Quinlivan when speaking with The Clare Echo on Tuesday. The Newmarket-on-Fergus native was worried by the current state of affairs…

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10 Clare schools to undergo work this summer

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Ten schools in Co Clare are to undergo major improvement works over the summer period. Cratloe N.S., Rockmount NS and SN Cluan an Atha in Inagh are three primary schools to receive funding for structural improvements under the Summer Works Scheme. Seven Clare schools including two post primary schools will receive funding for windows. These…

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