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Teamwork needed to see Clare tourism offering rival best in Ireland

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*Scattery Island. Photograph: Fáilte Ireland West Clare’s tourism offering can easily rival the best in Ireland once proper collaboration is carried out in the region.

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Trump’s Doonbeg advocates equated to Hitler supporters

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*Protesters gather in Shannon Airport for Donald Trump’s arrival. Photograph: Steve Ford Doonbeg locals that welcomed the visit of Donald Trump and advocates of the US military using Shannon Airport have been equated as supporters of Adolf Hitler.

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Clare more than capable of crafting successful qualifier campaign

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*David Tubridy celebrates scoring for Clare in a 2016 qualifier win vs Roscommon. PHOTO: ©INPHO/Donall Farmer As far as recent meetings between Clare and Kerry, Saturday’s six point defeat wasn’t the Banner’s worst nor the best but manager Colm Collins was left confident his side would mount a successful run in the All-Ireland qualifiers.

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Martin Daly: Clare must clean up dirty ball v Kerry

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*Paul Geaney gets away from Cillian Brennan in Fitzgerald Stadium. Photograph: Martin Connolly If recent history is all we have to go on, there are two contrasting memories for the Clare footballers who line out at Cusack Park on Saturday evening around the same time Liverpool and Spurs face off in the Champions League final…

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‘Waterford performance won’t get us in the gate vs Kerry’ – Collins

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*Colm Collins. Photograph: Martin Connolly Beating Waterford on Saturday was a case of job done for Colm Collins and the Clare senior footballers but it won’t come close when it comes to Kerry according to the Banner boss.

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Waterford win ‘felt more like a defeat’ for Cleary

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*Eoin Cleary. Photograph: Martin Connolly Although successful in their first championship outing of the year, Eoin Cleary felt Clare’s one point win over Waterford in the Munster SFC was “more like a defeat”.

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Tour bus operators receive no financial incentives to visit Cliffs

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No incentives are given to tour bus operators that travel to the Cliffs of Moher. Clare is home to Ireland’s second most popular tourist attraction and subsequently large amounts of tour buses travel to the Cliffs of Moher daily. Individuals involved in the hospitality and tourism sector have spoken about the how the amount of…

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Martin Daly: Why Clare can’t beat Kerry

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Clare threw in the towel too early in their defeat to a stunning Kerry, says The Clare Echo columnist Martin Daly, but that’s not the reason why the Kingdom always have our number.  THE defining moment at Fitzgerald Stadium last Sunday came well after the outcome had been decided. I say defining moment, because although the act…

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