Martin Daly

Watch: 20 years ago Martin Daly produced the spectacular

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CLARE Echo columnist Martin Daly is a known businessman, football coach and analyst these days but not that long ago he was one of the best footballers in the country. The Lisseycasey man often converted the spectacular and is best remembered for his heroics in the 1992 Munster final against Kerry and against Cork in …

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Clare’s All-Ireland & Munster winners set to gain free entry to GAA games

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*Members of the 2013 panel. Photograph: Joe Buckley Clare’s All-Ireland hurling winners from 1995, 1997 and 2013 along with provincial victors from 95, 97, 98 and the Munster football champions of 1992 are set to be allowed free entry to all GAA games within the county from next year onwards.

Martin Daly: Clare are coming good

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*Eoin Cleary under pressure from the Kerry defence. Photograph: Martin Connolly CROSSING south over the River Shannon last Saturday after an evening spent at Pairc Sean MacDiarmada, I faced into two hours and 10 minutes to savour in the car as myself (and my son) reflected on an impressive win.

Martin Daly: Clare must clean up dirty ball v Kerry

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*Paul Geaney gets away from Cillian Brennan in Fitzgerald Stadium. Photograph: Martin Connolly If recent history is all we have to go on, there are two contrasting memories for the Clare footballers who line out at Cusack Park on Saturday evening around the same time Liverpool and Spurs face off in the Champions League final …

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Playing for Clare ‘one of the better things I’ve done in my life’ – Fitzgerald

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*Aaron Fitzgerald & Gearoid O’Brien put pressure on in the 2018 Munster semi-final. Photograph: Martin Connolly 2019 has been a mixed bag so far for the Clare senior footballers, the primary objective of the Allianz National Football League was to secure their Division 2 status which they did though a higher finish in the table …

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