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Darach Honan is The Clare Echo’s new hurling columnist

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The Clare Echo is delighted to announce that 2013 All-Ireland medal winner Darach Honan will provide hurling analysis for the upcoming Championship season, as we increase our GAA coverage for 2019.

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Players warned to smarten up on helmet safety

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*Hurlers at the M Donnelly GAA Wheelchair Hurling Interprovinvcial League held in St Josephn’s Doora Barefield GAA, Gurteen Co. Clare in September. Photograph: Brian Arthur Helmets and hurling, it’s been a long running story in the world of GAA that has taken on a new twist.

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Clare students lining out for hurling match in Guinness World Record attempt

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Clare students will be among the participants in a Guinness World Record attempt where over 1,000 hurlers of all ages from more than 30 nationalities line out in a mammoth hurling match. Sports Management students from LIT are vying for a double Guinness World Record as they attempt to break the record for the most…

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Moloney didn’t expect Clare indiscipline to continue

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*Gavin Keary, Donal Moloney & Gerry O’Connor on the sideline in Páirc Uí Rinn. Photograph: Martin Connolly Although they conceded 1-11 in their second round victory over Kilkenny, Clare senior hurling joint manager Donal Moloney had expected their indiscipline to be a one-off heading to Cork at the weekend. However instead of improving in this…

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Face her for home – a Semple guide

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WITH all roads leading to Semple Stadium on Sunday, there’s bound to be a few tailbacks. In order to minimise this, Thurles Gardaí have got in touch with us here at The Clare Echo and asked us to share some info with you lovely people.   Superintendent Patrick Murphy, Thurles Garda Station stated: “I want…

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Tuohy & Clare were looking for leaders

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For a spell in the second half of Saturday’s All-Ireland quarter-final win over Wexford, Clare loosened their grip on proceedings, having paid the price for it in the Munster Final, Donal Tuohy admits they were determined not to make the same mistake. Speaking in Páirc Uí Chaoimh after the seven point victory, Tuohy stated “We…

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Dr Harty: “Boundaries should not be interfered with lightly”

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CLARE’S Independent TD Dr Michael Harty said county boundary issues are not to be underestimated, as Clare residents are fiercely loyal to the saffron and blue. Dr Harty addressed the Dail in favour of rejecting the McKinley report. “Boundaries should not be interfered with lightly by technocrats and bureaucrats who do not understand the significance…

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