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Change in policy needed regarding hosting of clubs camps before Cúl Camps

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A change in policy will be required from Croke Park if clubs are allowed to hold their own equivalent summer camp prior to the Kelloggs Cúl Camps.

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Council’s liability fund to aid communities struggling to insure playgrounds

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A pilot for playground insurance in Co Clare is to be pursued by senior officials in Clare County Council.

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‘I have given everything I have’ – Cooney praised as tenure as Clare GAA Chair ends

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Former Clare GAA Chairman Joe Cooney has been praised for his “tireless” efforts during his five year term.

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Murrihy & management step down from Clare intermediate set-up

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James Murrihy and all members of the Clare intermediate ladies football management have stepped down from their roles.

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Clubs to decide will it be U-19, U-20 or U-21

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Clare GAA has set up a special committee to liaise with clubs as to what competition should be run for players between 17 and 21.

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Council officials accused of contempt by Cllr Kelly who walks out of meeting in protest

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Senior officials of Clare County Council are guilty of “contempt” according to a Lissycasey representative who walked out of a meeting in protest at the decision making of local authority officials.

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Raising of Kildysart embankment needed to prevent flooding of two houses

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Flooding of two Kildsyart houses can be prevented by the opening of a stream, a local representative has flagged in calling for necessary works to be carried out.

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‘Bad enough to be losing to Limerick in hurling never mind economic development’ – PJ Kelly bemoans Cahercon inactivity

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A Clare councillor has hit out at the failure to capitalise on the potential of a South-West Clare pier.

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Lissycasey’s Hayes part of Tipperary set-up that creates history

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*Joe Hayes. Photograph: Gerard O’NeillTipperary won their first Munster senior football title since 1935 and had a Clare man in…

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Power savours ‘big win’ for Tipp over Clare

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A huge win for Tipperary was how David Power described his side’s victory over Clare in Sunday’s Munster senior football championship quarter final at Semple Stadium in Thurles.

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