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Clare GAA contact Gardaí over online abuse & are considering banning media from future meetings

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An Garda Síochána have been asked by Clare GAA to investigate continuous abuse of Board Officers and are said to be considering excluding members of the media from attending future meetings alongside club delegates.

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Corofin/Ruan make history in minor decider

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*Corofin/Ruan celebrate in Cusack Park. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly A first ever Clare Minor A hurling championship is the reward for an exceptional Corofin/Ruan team that overwhelmed Clarecastle on Sunday afternoon.

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County Board hope to make progress on senior hurling management next week

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*Donal Moloney & Gerry O’Connor. Photograph: Martin Connolly A review is to be concluded before a decision is made known regarding next year’s Clare senior hurling management team.

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Brid MacNamara the backbone of Clare Camogie on the good & bad days

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*Brid MacNamara at Fr Murphy Memorial Park, Newmarket-on-Fergus. Photograph: Veronica McMahon To have held the smallest of involvements with Clare camogie in the past two decades be it as a supporter, player, mentor or officer, Brid MacNamara is a name you’ll know because truth be told she is at the backbone of the organisation within…

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Taoiseach Varadkar opens €6.5m Scoil Chríost Rí building

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*Taoiseach Leo Varadkar was presented with cuff links from Katy Linnane & Junior Power. Photograph: Martin Connolly Scoil Chríost Rí’s €6.5 million school building was officially opened by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on Friday morning.

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Stretch of Fergus riverbed dries up completely

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DROUGHT conditions have led to one part of the River Fergus drying up for the first time in at least five decades. Local Ruan resident Brian Cunningham explained that in his 39 years living in the area pictured, he has never seen the riverbed completely dry up. “It’s like that now a week,” explained Mr…

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Curtin & Arkins undecided on running in 2019 local elections

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Two experienced politicians have yet to decide if they will be running in the 2019 local elections. Cllr Christy Curtin has topped the poll in each area he has ran for the last five elections. The Miltown councillor has been elected on the first count with his vote growing in every campaign since 1991. Last…

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Munster Fleadh in Ennis ‘will be the biggest one ever’

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Visitors from Japan, the UK and beyond will descend on Co Clare from Sunday for Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan Inis 2018. A total of 100,000 people are expected to arrive in the county at different stages for the duration of the eight day festival which sees 3,000 musicians, singers and dancers will take part in…

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Like father like son for Leahy

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Earlier this month, Thomas Leahy followed in the footsteps of his father Michael by becoming Chairman of the Munster Football Association. Remarkably they are the only people from Clare to have served in the position and on top of that they are the first father and son to be M.F.A Chairman. “It is something special,…

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