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Forestry companies shirking responsibility on damage caused to Clare roads

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Criticism of the condition of Clare roads as a result of forestry work has been voiced by West Clare councillors.

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Collins commits to staying quiet on referees performances

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Cratloe manager Colm Collins was clearly very disappointed with the outcome of the senior football final.

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Nolan embraces sweet success after hurt of 2019 defeat

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If clinching an 11th senior ladies football crown in just 13 seasons wasn’t sweet enough, the fact that Banner Ladies Captain Grainne Nolan was lifting the coveted cup for the first time certainly piped the celebratory icing on the cake in Doonbeg on Sunday.

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Last year’s county final defeat a driving force for Henchy

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Louise Henchy is one of nine players who were in the Banner ladies panel which won the Clare senior ladies title for the first time in 2008.

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Water outage in West Clare following burst water main

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A burst main has caused a water outage in parts of West Clare.

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Banner Ladies one step away from reclaiming senior crown

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Banner ladies are one step away from another Clare ladies senior football title.

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Way clear for ladies football semi-finals

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The way is clear for the semi-finals of the Clare ladies senior and intermediate football championships following Monday’s round three series of games.

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‘Judge me on the work I have done & not for letting my guard down’ – Dr Michael Harty

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Kilmihil GP, Dr Michael Harty has confirmed he has returned to his West Clare surgery despite attending a controversial event on Wednesday night which was in breach of COVID-19 guidelines.

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Kilmihil rocked by Cooraclare

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Champions Kilmihil were rocked on Monday evening in round 2 of the Clare ladies senior football championship when they were defeated by their neighbours Cooraclare who were making their first appearance in the competition for 2020.

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Lissycasey advance to first Clare SFC semi-final since 2013

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Lissycasey deservedly advanced to a first County Senior Football Championship in seven years after again fending off adversity, this time getting the better of neighbours Kilmihil on Saturday afternoon.

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