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‘We’re favourites to go down every year’ – Colm Collins keen to upset the odds again

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*Colm Collins. Photograph: John Mangan Of all the present gaelic football managers in the country, Colm Collins is the second longest serving of them all.

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Ellie determined to repeat Kilmihil success with Clare

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Clare’s newly appointed ladies football captain will be playing with extra self-belief this year off the back of a breakthrough season for her club.

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League holds extra importance for Clare

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*The Clare ladies football management, Ger Keane, James Murrihy, Enda O’Halloran & —. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill No Munster Intermediate Championship in 2020 means Clare’s ladies footballers are putting extra emphasis on their league bid which kicks off on Sunday.

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‘I found politics very frustrating’ – Dr Michael Harty

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He was the standout story from the 2016 General Election in Clare but Dr Michael Harty has confirmed he will not be seeking re-election to Dáil Éireann.

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Ger Keane added to Clare Ladies Football management

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*Ephie Fitzgerald & Ger Keane. Photograph: John Meyler Former Clare senior footballer, Ger Keane has been recruited as coach to the county’s ladies football side.

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Kilmihil criticise lack of medical presence at Cusack Park

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A medical presence should be essential in Cusack Park for major matches within the GAA calendar, Clare clubs have said.

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Christmas cracker for Banner Greyhounds

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*Ollie Hester, Racing Manager, presents the winning trophy to David Ryan, who accepts on behalf of the Buttsys-Buskos-Syndicate Ballycasey, after Buttsys Blackie won The Finals Night Novice 350 Final at the Galway Greyhound Stadium. Also in photo are, Ryan Hodge and Eoin Collins. Of the ten race programme at Galway Greyhound Stadium on Saturday, there…

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‘Breckans will not be giving up whatever happens’ says captain Sweeney

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*Alan Sweeney & Daniel Carey. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Nine years ago, St Breckans clashed with Kerry opponents in the Munster club intermediate football final and came up short, they are in familiar territory on Sunday as they face Templenoe from the Kingdom in the provincial decider.

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Christmas countdown to begin with switching on of Ennis lights

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Christmas lights will be officially switched on in Ennis this Friday marking the countdown to the festive season.

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Donie delivers for St Breckans

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*Donie Garrihy embraces Maccon Byrne. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Donie Garrihy will always have a special place in the folklore of Clare soccer but on Saturday he achieved with his local GAA club St Breckans guiding their return to the senior ranks at the first attempt.

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