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Clare can dare to dream in Derry encounter

*Captain Eoin Cleary is congratulated following Clare’s quarter-final win. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Honesty, passion, resilience and commitment were some of the key ingredients that saw Clare dramatically come from behind against Roscommon to secure a historic victory and reach the All-Ireland quarter final for the first time since 2016.

Moloney helps to keep Clare’s underage wheel turning

*Donal Moloney celebrating with Kieran McDermott and Liam O’Reilly. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Clare’s six time Munster and three time All-Ireland winning manager Donal Moloney returns for his eleventh provincial decider as the Banner prepare for Wednesday’s Munster Minor Hurling Final against Tipperary (7.30pm). The latest Under 17 crop are the poster boys of a new …

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Clare Echo’s 2021 Sporting Awards

Another sporting year has been and gone, some of the events are worthy of books in their own right, for now let’s look back and savour the memories as The Clare Echo’s Head of News & Sport Páraic McMahon dishes out the 2021 Clare Echo Sporting Awards.

Cooney keen to make his mark against Kerry

*Clare corner forward, Gavin Cooney. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Fresh from the minor ranks, Gavin Cooney was recruited onto the Clare senior panel by Colm Collins to make his debut in 2018, now off the back of their condensed League bid he finds himself as a go-to choice at corner forward in the side.

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