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‘Food First’ the motto for Clare hurling nutritionist

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Grainne Travers leads a life every young hurling enthusiast can look up to.

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Clare hurlers raise concerns with County Board over appointment process

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*The Clare senior hurling panel. Photograph: Martin Connolly Members of the Clare senior hurling panel have raised a number of concerns with the Clare County Board at a meeting held earlier this evening (Tuesday).

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Cratloe come good to claim spoils over Clonlara

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*Liam Markham was very impressive for Cratloe. Photograph: Mark Hayes Shane Gleeson scored the all-important winner of sixty minutes to send Cratloe into the last four at the expense of Clonlara who once again fell short when it mattered most.

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Limerick exiting the championship to Clare was ‘inconceivable’ – Kiely

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*John Kiely & Donal Moloney on the sideline. Photograph: Martin Connolly Defeat to Clare on Sunday would have meant Limerick were the earliest All-Ireland champions to bow out in the subsequent campaign since Tipperary’s departure from the 1992 championship, such an outcome was “inconceivable” according to John Kiely.

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Darach Honan: Clare gave up after Callanan’s goal

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*Seamus Callanan reacts quickest and buries the ball in the Clare goal despite Patrick O’Connor’s attempts. Photograph: Martin Connolly The Clare Echo’s Darach Honan reflects on Clare’s thirteen point defeat to Tipperary and looks at possible changes for Sunday’s must-win tie against Limerick.

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Darach Honan: Improvement essential from Clare backs to contain Tipp attack

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*Clare’s defence deal with a Tipperary attack in the 2018 Munster SHC. Photograph: Gary Collins Both Clare and Tipperary are unbeaten so far in this year’s Munster SHC, for one that will change on Sunday according to The Clare Echo columnist Darach Honan.

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Conlon’s goal crucial as Clare secure winning championship start

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*John Conlon leading the Clare attack. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s 2019 Munster senior hurling campaign is off to a successful start following a nail-biting one point win over Waterford. Clare 1-20 Wateford 0-22 Venue: Walsh Park, 11,012 spectators gathered in Walsh Park for the first Munster SHC tie at the venue since 1996, a time…

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‘There are no more excuses’ for Clare players and management

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*Tony Kelly’s shot is blocked by Kieran Bennett during their Munster League meeting in January. Photograph: Martin Connolly Their League quarter-final defeat to Waterford in Walsh Park was the warm-up and Sunday is the real deal as Clare aim to get their Munster senior hurling championship campaign off to a winning start.

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‘Immense pride’ for Conor Ryan as younger brother Diarmuid gets set for senior debut

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*Conor Ryan in action for Clare. Photograph: INPHO Cratloe’s Ryan family have been very generous with their contributions and commitment to Clare hurling teams down through the years, a new chapter will begin on Sunday with Diarmuid expected to get his senior debut following in the footsteps of older brother Conor.

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Clare & Waterford name teams for Sunday’s championship clash

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*Jack Browne & Shane Bennett will renew acquaintances on Sunday. Photograph: Martin Connolly Both Clare and Waterford have announced their starting teams for Sunday’s Munster senior hurling championship clash.

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