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Buckley on board as coach of Éire Óg footballers

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Ex Limerick football captain, Seanie Buckley is to coach the Éire Óg senior footballers this year.

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Cratloe speed sign to be repaired

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Repairs are to be carried out to the digital display sign at Cratloe along the R462.

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‘Clare GAA is standing still or at worst regressing’ – Éire Óg stress need for strategic plan

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Absence of a roadmap for the future of Clare GAA was voiced in a critique of the County Board by delegates at Tuesday’s County Convention.

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Marcella moves to selling knitted toys online

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Marcella Mulcahy has spent much of the year knitting and selling toys online. At 85 years of age, knitting has given her something to focus on in lockdown. Loved and lauded by the local Clare community and online, Marcella’s toys have now been sent all over the world.

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‘One of Ennis’ greatest businessmen’ – the late Pat O’Connor remembered

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Hailed as one of the greatest businessman to come out of Ennis, the late Pat O’Connor has been remembered with esteem in the county town.

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No supporters but championship buzz persists for Kiely & Limerick

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High-scoring trends will become a pattern of the 2020 inter-county championships, Limerick manager John Kiely expects.

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A Latoon fairy bush that got international attention

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For so long, employees in Shannon and Limerick wished for a bypass through Newmarket-on-Fergus, little did they or anyone think…

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Kelly masterclass not enough as Limerick knock Clare out of Munster championship

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Not even an unprecedented 17 point masterclass from Tony Kelly could prevent neighbours Limerick from securing the double boost of National League honours and a Munster Semi-Final spot in Semple Stadium, Thurles this afternoon.

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Limerick tipped to hold off Clare challenge

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Limerick wear the favourites tag for Sunday’s Munster SHC qualifier in a tie that marks Brian Lohan’s first championship outing as Clare boss, four hurling pundits give their take on who will prevail.

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Cian Lynch & Limerick ready to renew Clare rivalry

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Meetings of Clare and Limerick in the Munster senior hurling championship tend to be special occasions, their showdown on Sunday will be unique in that it is the first provincial clash between the sides to be held behind closed doors but it won’t shake the determination from Cian Lynch and his teammates from the Treaty County.

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