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‘Any day you get to play for Clare is great’ – Fitzy ready for start of championship

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Leaders will be required in abundance as Clare prepare to take on Limerick in Sunday’s Munster SHC qualifier, David Fitzgerald is hopeful to be chief among them for the men in saffron and blue.

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Injured McCarthy to miss U20 quarter-final

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Clare’s U20 hurlers have been dealt a massive blow ahead of their Munster quarter-final next Monday with star player Aidan McCarthy to miss the tie through injury.

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Inagh/Kilnamona ease into Munster Final with 15 point victory

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Not even the inclement weather could dampen down the real homecoming as Inagh-Kilnamona eased into a third Munster Senior Camogie Final in four seasons in Inagh on Sunday afternoon.

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Sixmilebridge in a strong position to build on success – winning captain Fahy

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For Sixmilebridge goalkeeper Derek Fahy, the team’s joint captain, Sunday’s championship victory was “a very proud moment”.

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Seventh heaven for Lafferty

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Much was spoken about Newmarket’s vast experience ahead of Saturday’s decider but none could match Fiona Lafferty’s remarkable achievement of a seventh senior camogie title.

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Restart of U21 club campaign put on hold following request from county management

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*Photograph: John Mangan Action in the U21 club hurling championship will not resume until Clare’s U20 hurlers have concluded their…

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Roaming O’Keeffe a match-winner as Inagh/Kilnamona claim fourth title in five years

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Her jersey number could have easily denoted her match rating as Andrea O’Keeffe may have been worn 10 and started at centre-forward but popped up everywhere between 5 to 15 in a match-defining roaming role for Inagh-Kilnamona on Saturday afternoon.

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Inagh/Kilnamona regain senior camogie crown in emphatic fashion

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Inagh-Kilnamona stormed back to the summit of Clare Camogie after a blissfully clincial performance garnered a fourth McMahon Cup in five seasons in Fr. McNamara Park on Saturday afternoon.

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Hehir’s sole focus to get back to the top

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Belying her mere 22 years, Inagh-Kilnamona captain Clare Hehir speaks and plays with a maturity befitting her vast club, third level and inter-county experience.

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Inagh/Kilnamona back with a vengeance

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Having lost their three year senior camogie stranglehold at the semi-final stage in 2019, Inagh-Kilnamona are back with a vengeance this year as a renewed freshness and vigour has permeated throughout the squad once more according to manager Eugene Foudy.

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