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The Daily Click: Made in Kilmaley

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WELCOME to The Daily Click, where we put the spotlight on businesses in County Clare with an online shop. With…

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Daire & Sean take on marathon for Sláinte an Chláir

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Kilmaley men Dáire Keane and Sean Ryan are running a marathon on December 6th in aid of Sláinte an Chláir. The pair, who both hurl for Kilmaley’s Senior team, had always wanted to do a marathon together and were originally aiming for the Dublin City Marathon.

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Frost pulls out of contest to become Clare GAA Chairman leaving battle between McGuane & Chaplin

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Two names will go before the clubs of Clare for the position of Chairperson after Robert Frost has decided not to contest for the position.

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Filter lane under consideration for traffic turning towards Kilmihil on Kilrush Rd

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A filter lane is to be considered on the N68 to allow motorists safely access the L2044.

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Doyle upbeat for Clare U20s against fancied Tipperary

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Clare U20 manager Sean Doyle is upbeat for his side’s chances when they meet Tipperary on Monday despite the loss of key man, Aidan McCarthy.

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Clare Juniors dust off ‘COVID cobwebs’ to overcome Offaly

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Clare’s Junior camogie side got their 2020 All-Ireland campaign off to a winning start bridging a seven point deficit to win by eight points.

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Shannon’s Rebecca O’Neill named as 2020 Miss Clare

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Rebecca O’Neill has been crowned as the 2020 Miss Clare.

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‘One of the greats’ – tributes extended to legendary Chris Droney

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As Clare mourns the loss of one of its greatest musicians in Chris Droney, The Clare Echo’s Páraic McMahon gets the views of other leading musicians and broadcasters in the county on the contribution made to our culture and society by the Bellharbour native.

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McDermott’s Banner Roar helped Clare find its voice

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1995 saw the people of Ireland narrowly vote to allow divorce following a referendum, a ban on the sale of Playboy in the country was lifted, the Prince of Wales visited Dublin for the first time but most significantly the Banner Roar founds its voice.

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‘No stone was left unturned to help Clare prevail in 95’ – Clancy

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Six years separated Conor Clancy first taking on Offaly in an All-Ireland Final and the 1995 decider, how Clare prepared was crucial to reversing the outcome in his opinion.

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