Before even pucking a ball, the return of Aaron Cunningham to the Clare panel has provided a massive lift.
*PRO Michael O’Connor sitting with fellow officers at the Clare GAA convention. Photograph: John Mangan Clare GAA needs to be more proactive online “to avoid innuendo and suggestion that leads to falsehood and rumours”, the county public relations officer has said.
Love Island winners Greg O’Shea and Amber Rose Gill chose Co Clare as the location for their reunion as they spent their first weekend together in Ireland since leaving the villa.
*Pictured at Drimnagh Castle in Dublin today, Clare’s Brian Lohan. Photograph: David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile Clare may not be competing on either of the All-Ireland SHC semi-finals but in the hours before Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford take on Tipperary, his former team-mate Brian Lohan will be leading a tour of the stadium.
*Colm Collins. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare senior football manager Colm Collins is to take time out before deciding if he will seek to remain in charge for a seventh year.
*Clare’s Killian O’Connor struggles to make inroads against Limerick. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s minor hurlers are keen to get the opportunity to play in Croke Park and must overcome Kilkenny this weekend to sustain such ambitions.
*John Conlon and Mike Casey in battle. Photograph: Martin Connolly Stuart Holly, Editor of The Clare Echo says Clare’s hurling followers baying for blood should get a grip.
“If she can’t see it, she can’t be it” goes the slogan of 20×20, an initiative launched last October with the objective of increasing media coverage, participation and attendance at female sporting events. By Páraic McMahon Its aim is to see a twenty percent increase by 2020 across all three areas. Thankfully, The Clare Echo…
In the wake of their 1-30 apiece draw with Clare, Galway manager Mícheál Donoghue admitted that the ninety plus minutes of hurling was one of the most challenging games of his time as manager. “It was an epic encounter, we started well, we knew coming up Clare were going to be a massive challenge, we…
Although Clare controlled matters for the bulk of their seven point win over Wexford, Podge Collins always expected a big fightback was going to materialise and it did in the final quarter. Cratloe’s Collins finished the game with three points to his name as he continues to lock down a starting position this year. Speaking…