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  • Fair Green hosting Munster Final screening
    par Owen Ryan le 07/06/2023 à 4:29

    Clare County Council is hosting a screening of the Munster Senior Hurling Final for those unable to attend the TUS Gaelic Grounds on Sunday. It will be at the Fair Green in Ennis and all are welcome to a free, non-ticket, alcohol-free event. Entry and exit will be via the normal points, with […]

  • GALLERY: All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final 2023
    par Joe O'Muircheartaigh le 04/06/2023 à 7:25

    All-Ireland Minor Final Clare 2-22 Galway 4-11 At Semple Stadium, Thurles   The post GALLERY: All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final 2023 appeared first on The Clare Champion.

  • HURLING: Banner blast past Galway to claim All-Ireland victory
    par Joe O'Muircheartaigh le 04/06/2023 à 1:34

    All-Ireland Minor Final Clare 2-22 Galway 4-11 At Semple Stadium, Thurles A stunning third quarter paved the way for a glorious afternoon for Clare hurling as the All-Ireland minor title was claimed for only the second time in the county’s history on the back of a famous five-point victory, […]

  • From lines to footsteps in the sand
    par Joe O'Muircheartaigh le 04/06/2023 à 9:30

    Brian O’Connell, his management team, and his players have dragged Clare minor hurling off the floor in the past two seasons writes Joe Ó Muircheartaigh, who spoke to the Shannon man who never had any doubts about taking up the job and bringing this generation as far as they could go. […]

  • ‘Focus on the job and not the occasion’ – Damian O’Halloran
    par Joe O'Muircheartaigh le 04/06/2023 à 6:30

    Damian O’Halloran brings All-Ireland minor winning experience to the Clare set up from his involvement with the Galway sides that won titles in 2017 and ’18 – now for a third title in the grade that would be the sweetest of all, writes Joe Ó Muircheartaigh Been there and […]

  • The Dawn of Clare’s greatest hurling day
    par Joe O'Muircheartaigh le 03/06/2023 à 6:30

    Clare’s minors will be hoping to bridge a 26-year gap on Sunday as 1997 was the year that the first and only All-Ireland minor title came to the county. Joe Ó Muircheartaigh recalls the win from the most famous day in Clare hurling history. We’ve heard it before but we’ll […]

  • Eoghan and James gunning for glory
    par Joe O'Muircheartaigh le 03/06/2023 à 6:30

    In what has been an epic minor season to date, two of Clare’s standout performers have been Eoghan Gunning and James Hegarty, who apart from their primary role as defenders have made important contributions to the scorecard writes Joe Ó Muircheartaigh who spoke to them ahead of […]

  • ‘Players have the freedom to express themselves’ – Ger Hickey
    par Ivan Smyth le 02/06/2023 à 6:30

    With national discussions surrounding the balance between enjoyment as opposed to winning at underage level, Clare’s minor side have struck the perfect balance. That’s certainly the opinion of Clare selector Ger Hickey as he states that the freedom the players are given has helped forge […]

  • Tributes To “Exceptionally Talented” Limerick Soccer Player After Killaloe Tragedy
    par Dan Danaher le 02/06/2023 à 12:59

      Tributes have been paid to an “exceptionally talented” Limerick soccer player who died following a jet ski incident south of Killaloe bridge on Wednesday evening. Wassiou Ayawe has been described as a very skilful Limerick FC underage soccer player who was blessed with an […]

  • Old friends reunited in Mullagh
    par Owen Ryan le 01/06/2023 à 2:31

    BACK in 1934 and 1935 three lifelong friends were born in Mullagh, Patrick Clancy, Joe Sexton and Pat Sexton (also known as Paddy Jim Dan). Many years ago Joe moved to England, Pat setted in Canada, while Patrick has lived all his life in the area where they grew up. Despite the distances between […]

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