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Kilkee man second Irish athlete home in London marathon

Kilkee man Paul Daly, who ran the London City Marathon last Sunday in aid of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin, completed the 26-mile 385-yard run in two hours 51 minutes.

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Cooraclare man wins national Scór title

A Cooraclare man captured an All-Ireland Scór title at the INEC, ­Killarney, at the weekend, flying the ­colours of his adopted county of Kildare.

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Why the ash will no longer fly

While hurling is, without doubt, one of the most skilful field games, there is always a fear that participants will pick up a serious injury. Hurleys often break when players clash and it is a regular occurrence that a broken hurley will fly several feet through the air.

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Clare slim favourites for decider

From the moment the groupings for this season’s National Hurling League were announced, Clare and Wexford were the odds-on favourites to qualify for the Division 2 decider.

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All-Ireland medals presented at St Flannan’s College

St Flannan’s College celebrated their Munster and all-Ireland junior B camogie success at a function in the school last Thursday.

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Inagh-Kilnamona overcome ‘Bridge for much needed win

Inagh-Kilnamona  2-11   Sixmilebridge  0-15 Inagh-Kilnamona scored a much needed win in the Clare Champion Cup when they overcame Sixmilebridge at O’Garney Park on Saturday evening.

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Broadford wins by narrowest margin

Broadford  0-11  Tubber  0-10 Broadford maintained their great start to the Clare Champion Cup with this hard-fought one-point win over Tubber on Saturday.  

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Ruan prove too strong for Bodyke

Ruan  4-15   Bodyke 2-14 The home side proved too strong for Bodyke in a high-scoring division 2B tie at Ruan with full-forward John Punch contributing three goals.

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