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O’Donnell to remain as Mills manager

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O’Callaghans Mills manager Donach O’Donnell has committed to the East Clare side for 2021. Beaten finalists in last year’s championship,…

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Clare Echo’s 2020 Sporting Awards

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Countless milestones, memories and gatherings were taken from our reach in 2020 but once again sport came up trumps in providing joy and solace with many organisations also leading the way when it came local community responses during the pandemic, Head of Sport Páraic McMahon dishes out the gongs in the inaugural Clare Echo Sporting Awards.

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Absence of ‘proper wastewater treatment’ leading to demise of rural villages – Cooney

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Failure to install ‘adequate infrastructure’ in Clare’s rural communities will accelerate their demise, local councillors have warned.

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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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Frost pulls out of contest to become Clare GAA Chairman leaving battle between McGuane & Chaplin

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Two names will go before the clubs of Clare for the position of Chairperson after Robert Frost has decided not to contest for the position.

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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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Purple rain descends on Beckman Coulter as late colleague is honoured

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A mist of purple rain has descended on top of one of East Clare’s biggest employers as part of efforts to raise money for cancer research.

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‘Keep an open mind’ – clubs ask Clare GAA not to rule out playing U21 championships

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GAA clubs in Clare have appealed to the County Board not to rule out concluding the U21 hurling and football championships.

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Crowe pleased as Bridge move closer to neighbours on roll of honour list

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Tim Crowe was involved with Sixmilebridge as they claimed their first ever senior championship in 1977, the retired PE teacher was in the role of manager as The Bridge collected their fifteenth title overcoming O’Callaghans Mills by eight points.

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Failure to win back to back titles would have been held against us – Paidi Fitz

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Paidi Fitzpatrick won his fifth Clare SHC medal on Sunday but he surmised that their 2020 campaign was the only one that has finished on a high thus far.

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