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Tuesday 6 June 2023 Dublin: 14°C

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Last year
# difficult decision
All-Ireland winner Galvin forced to retire from inter-county hurling with Clare
The 29-year-old has suffered with a persistent groin injury in recent years.
All time
# The42 GAA Weekly
'Oh Jesus, marking him was nightmare stuff because he's a serious forward'
Marc Ó Sé praises the longevity of Clare forward David Tubridy in this week’s episode of The42 GAA Weekly.
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Kelly hits 0-12 in victory for Lohan's hurlers as Clare sides have mixed day
The Clare footballers lost out to Westmeath today.
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Drennan scores 0-9 to help Kilkenny storm past Clare in All-Ireland minor quarter-final
These two sides will now battle it out with Galway for two sides to advance to the All-Ireland semi-finals.
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Reidy and O'Donnell goals fire Clare to first Nowlan Park victory in 13 years
The Banner have made their best start to a top division league campaign since 2005.
# familiar face
Colm Galvin returns to Clare fold and in contention for first league appearance of the season
Cathal O’Connell is also back for the Banner County ahead of their next assignment against Waterford later this month.
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16 photos that prove Clare is a gorgeous place, honestly
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# Mourneabbey Ladies
Mourneabbey captain relishing Munster final meeting against old foes
Mourneabbey ladies are looking for a third Munster senior club title today.
# raising the banner
Banner ladies seeking Munster glory to cap off a great year for Clare football
The Banner are seeking redemption in today’s Munster senior club final.
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15 beautiful photos that would make you proud to be from Clare
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8 headlines that could only happen in Clare
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16 of the most Clare things that have ever happened
H’on the banner.
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Foleys go from strength to strength and an U21 dynasty - Clare's 2014 sporting highlights
Can you spot yourself in this pic?
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Davy Fitz set for 3 more years as Clare hurling boss
Colm Collins has also been ratified as manager of the county’s senior footballers.
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‘We’ve reached the Promised Land, our dreams have come true’ – John Conlon
The Clare attacker says Clare couldn’t have done it without Davy Fitz.
# Cover story
Here's how the Clare People are marking the Banner's All-Ireland victory
Will ya pick one up for us?
# Replay
'We showed composure to see it out to the end' - Tony Kelly
The Banner forward has praised his team-mates for battling to victory in yesterday’s All-Ireland senior hurling final replay.
# Match Report
Cork and Clare to do it all over again after thrilling All-Ireland draw
Colin Ryan and Patrick Horgan traded blows all afternoon and there was late, late drama.
# Picture perfect
11 stunning images from Clare's run to the All-Ireland final
Davy Fitzgerald’s jigs of joy, the scrappiest goal east of the Shannon and youth in full flow.
In Pictures: Clare looking good as they see off Limerick in All-Ireland semi
The Banner were seven points better than their near neighbours today.
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Colin Ryan on Clare’s tactics — ‘Davy Fitz didn’t tell Podge to handpass behind his back’
Midfielder Colin Ryan says the Banner are in the right hands ahead of tomorrow’s All-Ireland semi-final against Limerick.
# SFC Qualifiers
Mick O'Dwyer calls it a day after Clare's defeat to Laois
The legendary manager has stepped down as boss of the Banner this evening.
# Ratified
Back in the hot seat: Mick O'Dwyer confirmed as Clare senior football boss
The 75-year-old Kerryman will coach in the Munster championship for the first time in over two decades.
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Deep end: Clare hand out two Championship debuts for Limerick clash
Davy Fitzgerald has made two changes from the side who beat Dublin. The minor team has also been announced.
Hunger games: Clare comprehensive winners over Limerick
The home side went down by 14 points at the Gaelic Grounds in a disappointing opener to the league campaign.