Clare dogs have continued their top form both in Galway and in the capital with Coolavanny Chick’s latest wins among the highlights.
Fiona McNamara from Mullagh, County Clare, has been battling social anxiety for most of her serious schooldays.
There will be a big Clare interest in the English Greyhound Derby which gets underway on this Saturday night.
A lightning hat-trick of sucker-punch goals in each half saw Kilmurry Ibrickane blitz neighbours St Joseph’s Miltown to capture the Intermediate honours in Shanahan McNamara Park in Doonbeg on Sunday afternoon.
Upgrade works to the water main serving Miltown Malbay and surrounding areas has been brought forward.
Mullagh’s Caoilfhionn O’Dea has been added to Galway United’s first team squad.
While “winning is nice, teams that win their first round game are unlikely to get too excited”.
Mullagh native, Sean McMahon has been appointed as the Teaching Council’s new Chairperson.
A local contractor should have been appointed to carry out works in Miltown Malbay as opposed to the Healy-Raes, a county councillor has claimed.
44 Tidy Towns groups in Co Clare have been allocated a combined €54,000 which they will be able to use despite the cancellation of this year’s competition.