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# Clare

Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Airspace off Clare to be closed to test high-tech military spec drones
A-techsyn is a firm that manufacturers the unmanned aircraft at their factory in Shannon Co Clare and are testing drones for the Naval Service and ecological studies.
Former All-Ireland hurler with Clare charged with assault of a 12-year-old boy
Former All-Ireland hurler with Clare charged with assault of a 12-year-old boy
'There's no point being ecstatic today, then coming back in two weeks and not performing'
'We can’t let them down again': 4 talking points after Clare's comeback stuns Kilkenny
Clare triumphed 0-24 to 2-16 yesterday in Croke Park.
This month
July 2024
'You don't want to be the nearly team all the time. You get fed up and say it has to stop'
Brilliant Clare fightback defeats Kilkenny to clinch All-Ireland final place
Ukrainian families staying in Co Clare village to be moved to locations up to 100km away
Locals in the village have staunchly protested the move, saying that those living in Loop Head are now “family”.
Last month
June 2024
Trips into barbed wire and getting blown over by wind among tourist accidents at Cliffs of Moher
Tourists also hurt themselves falling over while taking photos or alighting buses.
'We were a bit sloppy around the place': Now Cork and Clare set for semi-final battles
Here are the fixture details for this year's All-Ireland senior hurling semi-finals
'I'll have to be told that, 'The legs are gone now, we're not bringing you back next year'
Wexford will not be Lohan's Last Stand with Clare, but a reckoning is coming
Clare's Tony Kelly: 'The performance is the thing that would eat at you'
Brian Lohan: 'The last time we lost we were able to bounce back'
Limerick stay on track for smashing all the records with Munster six-in-a-row
Hegarty goal sets Treatymen on the road to victory.
Munster final throw-in delayed by half hour due to power cut in Thurles
Munster final throw-in delayed by half hour due to power cut in Thurles
Limerick v Clare, Munster senior hurling final
A third successive year that Limerick and Clare meet in the decider.
Clare need to get a few green flags waving in the sky to derail Limerick bandwagon
Two teams meet in the Munster final for the third year in a row and little can separate them.
'He is an academic genius' - The coaching mind of Limerick’s Paul Kinnerk
With his links to eight of the present Clare senior team, Paul Kinnerk has changed the terms of engagement in hurling.
Man (30s) dies after being struck by car on N18 in Co Clare early this morning
May 2024
Rolex watches, jet-skis, vehicles and €218,000 in cash seized in CAB raids across five counties
Clare defeat already-eliminated Tipperary to set-up Munster decider rematch
Four men arrested after violent disorder incident in Ennis where car was rammed
Tipperary crowned Munster minor champions with final win over Clare
Davy Fitzgerald in referee confrontation as Clare edge home
Clare have moved a step closer to reaching a third Munster senior hurling final in as many seasons after edging past Waterford.
Status Yellow thunderstorm warning in place for most of the country
Staff accommodation plans for Aillwee Caves ensnared in planning row
Toddler killed in ‘tragic accident’ in Co Clare yesterday named locally
Baby boy dies in road traffic incident in Ennis, Co Clare
'He wants us to express ourselves' - The Clare supremo facing his native Kerry
April 2024
Religion, rugby inspirations and being a role model - Clare GAA's multi-sport star
Ikem Ugwueru has enjoyed an impressive sporting rise.
5 talking points after Clare receive huge boost while Cork face uphill task
Clare back on track after key Munster victory over 14-man Cork
Six goals scored in an absorbing round-robin game in front of a crowd of 36,814.
Independent TD Michael McNamara to contest European elections in June
Tributes paid to Shay Lynch, who died in a swimming pool accident at a Co Clare hotel
4 talking points after Limerick's dramatic comeback floors Clare
It finished 3-15 to 1-18 in favour of the All-Ireland champions.
Brian Lohan: 'Three shocking goals from our perspective. Very disappointing'
Brilliant Limerick comeback secures Munster opener win over Clare
20,055 watched on as John Kiely’s Limerick team triumphed.