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‘We’re a small little village with committed girls’ – Kilmihil ready for Munster final

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*Ellie O’Gorman. Photograph: Ger O’Neill It has been a whirlwind three weeks for the parish of Kilmihil in West Clare and if today goes to plan, there will be plenty of excitement to shorten the autumn evenings.

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Banner Ladies to fly Clare flag in Kilmacud 7s

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Banner Ladies are Dublin bound this weekend for the annual Kilmacud 7s.

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Clare overcome Laois to get season back on track

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*Clare captain Laurie Ryan. Photograph: David Dillon Clare’s intermediate ladies football have got their season back on track with a ten point win over Laois securing their place in the All-Ireland quarter-finals.

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O’Dea & Clare ready to throw caution to the wind

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*Niamh O’Dea. Photograph: Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile Clare’s Intermediate ladies football side begin their provincial championship bid on Saturday, as ever Niamh O’Dea will be a pivotal member of their lineup.

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Omission from Irish hockey squad was “heartbreaking” for Naomi

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*Naomi Carroll. Photograph: Martin Connolly Capped 110 times in international level hockey, Naomi Carroll has represented her country at schools level in soccer while also lining out at all grades for Clare in camogie and ladies football. She blows the term dual player out of the park and sat down with The Clare Echo in…

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Can’t See Can’t Be: The Clare Echo’s new sports series

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“If she can’t see it, she can’t be it” goes the slogan of 20×20, an initiative launched last October with the objective of increasing media coverage, participation and attendance at female sporting events. By Páraic McMahon It’s aim is to see a twenty percent increase by 2020 across all three areas. Thankfully, The Clare Echo…

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O’Dea fires Clare off to winning start in All-Ireland campaign

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Clare kicked off the 2018 TG4 All-Ireland ladies football championship with an impressive eleven point win over Down. Clare 2-17 Down 1-09 Venue: Kinnegad Niamh O’Dea scored 2-07 from play as James Murrihy’s side overcame the challenge of Down in Co Meath on Sunday afternoon. For Clare the objective in today’s outing was to pick…

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Crucial opener for Clare’s ladies footballers on Sunday

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Clare begin their Ladies Football All-Ireland intermediate campaign this weekend. They kick off the 2018 TG4 All-Ireland series when they play Down in Kinnegad at 2pm on Sunday. After losing out by a single point to Kildare in the 2016 decider, last year Meath dumped Clare out at the quarter-final stage. This brought an end…

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