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Doonbeg’s Patrick Kelly completes charity cycle in memory of late friend Paddy Culligan

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Doonbeg native Patrick Kelly has completed a charity cycle event in honour of his friend Paddy Culligan who passed away from cancer in August 2019.

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Water outage in West Clare following burst water main

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A burst main has caused a water outage in parts of West Clare.

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West Clare Greenway ‘will far surpass’ Waterford & Mayo equivalents

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West Clare’s Greenway will “surpass anything” offered by their Waterford and Mayo equivalents, key personnel behind the planned project have stated.

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Big increase in local green fees at Trump Doonbeg

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With international travel almost at a standstill, there has been a noticeable drop in the number of overseas visitors to Trump International Hotel in Doonbeg in 2020.

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Doonbeg’s Deirdre surfs the waves of stress

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Doonbeg native Deirdre Fitzpatrick has managed to harness the power of mindfulness for creativity, utilising it as a buoyancy aid for life.

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Miltown get off the mark to keep Clare SFC hopes alive

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Back-to-back champions St Joseph’s Miltown finally got off the mark for this year’s Senior Football Championship after keeping a stubborn Doonbeg at arm’s length to advance to the last six in Cooraclare Park on Saturday evening.

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Make or break in hunt for Jack Daly

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While Cratloe are self-isolating following a difficult week, their senior football championship rivals battle it out in Round 2 for coveted semi-final spots, three by means of the direct route and the remaining place eventually emanating from the dreaded thunderdome that is the losers section writes Eoin Brennan

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Peter O’Connell resigns as Editor of The Clare Champion

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Kilmurry McMahon native Peter O’Connell has resigned from his role as Editor of The Clare Champion.

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Cracking ties on the cards in second round of Clare SFC & IFC

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Reigning county champions St Josephs Miltown will have to overcome Doonbeg in a repeat of last year’s semi-final if they are to hold onto the Jack Daly, it is one of many cracking ties on the cards in the next round of the Clare SFC.

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Fit Kildysart impress as Clare IFC kicks off

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Kildysart’s superior fitness proved decisive as they eeked out a one point win over Corofin in what was a most entertaining intermediate football championship first round game at Cusack Park on Friday evening.

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