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Clare GAA shows loss of €478k for 2020

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Clare GAA had a total income of €799,785.00 in 2020 which was down from €2,267,270.00 in 2019.

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Chaplin & Carrig to take over Clare minors

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Clare GAA are to appoint Terence Chaplin and James Carrig as joint managers of the Clare minor hurlers, The Clare Echo has learned.

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Chaplin confirms he will contest for Chairman as Frost & O’Connor remain undecided

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A contest for the position of chairman of Clare GAA is certain after Cratloe’s Jack Chaplin confirmed that he is a candidate for the post.

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O’Connor withdraws from race to become Clare GAA Chairman

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Crusheen’s Michael O’Connor has announced he will not be seeking contesting the election to the post of Clare GAA Chairman.

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Four nominations for Chairman of Clare GAA

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Nominations for positions on the Executive of Clare GAA closed on Monday.

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Malty rules out Chairman bid as McGuane confirms candidacy

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With the domestic GAA playing season over for 2020 attention is now turning to preparations for 2021. This time of year sees much speculation as to who will be seeking election to executives at club and county levels.

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Clare GAA expect to show year-end deficit but streaming proves a financial success

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Clare GAA expect to be showing a financial deficit at the end of the year while all remaining team expenses are to be paid by Croke Park.

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Clare GAA TV to air games for free this weekend

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All games in the Clare SHC and IHC will be available to view for free this weekend.

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Clare GAA to stream games on pay per view basis

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Clare GAA are to stream games in the Clare SHC and IHC this weekend on a pay per view basis.

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Clare GAA clubs going above and beyond during COVID-19 pandemic

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*Aileen Broderick, Éire Óg assistant secretary, and Antoinette Loftus volunteering during the Covid-19 crisis. In times like these, it important…

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