Conversations regarding a Clare GAA commercial officer took place in 2020 but “fell by the wayside,” former Chairperson Joe Cooney has revealed.
Clare councillors are leading the call for frontline workers during the current pandemic to receive “tangible recognition”.
Football clubs in Clare have voiced their desire for amalgamations to be entitled to field a second team in a…
Retired President of Clare GAA, Padraig Mac Mathúna has voiced his frustration with the lack of underage GAA coverage within the county’s local media.
A change in policy will be required from Croke Park if clubs are allowed to hold their own equivalent summer camp prior to the Kelloggs Cúl Camps.
A Sixmilebridge councillor has called for a countywide “blitz on dog fouling” to be conducted.
Failure to install ‘adequate infrastructure’ in Clare’s rural communities will accelerate their demise, local councillors have warned.
Speeding in Kilkishen has been described as “a huge issue”.
Former Clare GAA Chairman Joe Cooney has been praised for his “tireless” efforts during his five year term.
Absence of a roadmap for the future of Clare GAA was voiced in a critique of the County Board by delegates at Tuesday’s County Convention.