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Carr steps down as S&C coach of Clare senior hurlers & Galvin brothers return to panel

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Keith Carr has stepped down as strength and conditioning coach to the Clare senior hurlers after one season in the role.

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Morey considering exit from Clare hurling panel

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Clare’s senior hurlers are set to be without regular defender Seadna Morey for the 2021 inter-county season.

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Tony Kelly named hurler of the month for November

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Tony Kelly has added another personal honour to his mantelpiece after being named PWC GAA/GPA player of the month for November.

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Waterford game will be too soon for Conlon admits Lohan

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Clare senior hurling manager, Brian Lohan has said 2018 All Star John Conlon will not be in the reckoning for their All-Ireland quarter-final with Waterford.

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‘Anything could happen in strange championship’ as Clare reach last six – Tony Kelly

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“Anything could happen” with only six teams left standing in the race for the Liam McCarthy, Clare’s Tony Kelly has outlined.

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DARACH HONAN: Clare must have firepower to compete with Limerick

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One of the darkest days I experienced as a Clare hurling supporter was last year when Clare were decimated by Limerick in the Gaelic Grounds.

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Tony Kelly aspiring to lead through actions not words

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Time waits for no man, woman or child, athletes too are included in this bracket and unfortunately the talent and ability of Tony Kelly cannot be bottled to pass onto future generations.

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McMahon’s instinctive X-factor a potential match winner for Tubber

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It’s been a whirlwind two year period for Domhnall McMahon.

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Sliotar moving quicker from Bambú hurley say Torpeys

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Torpey Hurley’s have released their brand new sustainable Bambú hurley, an innovation in sports engineering that has been sculpted and shaped, behind the scenes, for the past six years.

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Clonlara free conversion crucial in dogged win over Newmarket-on-Fergus

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In a dogged tie that could have realistically swung in either direction, it was Clonlara who provided the greater composure coming down the final straight to edge the opening spoils in Sixmilebridge on Friday evening.

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