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Final heartbreak in the fog for St Caimin’s

THERE was heartbreak for St Caimin’s from Shannon in the Munster colleges senior A camogie championship on Saturday last.

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Claremen to the fore as NUIG win

NO fewer than 11 Clare men were in the action in Dr Cullen Park last Sunday afternoon as NUI Galway, in their first season competing in the Walsh Cup, made a winning start.

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More parish involvement needed, O’Curry’s AGM hears

AT the reconvened annual general meeting of O’Curry’s GAA club, held at the School House in Carigaholt last Wednesday, Michael Curtin was elected as club chairman in succession to Kieran Harvey who stepped down. In his address, Harvey congratulated the senior footballers on reaching the knock-out stage of the county championship.

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St Senan’s run league leaders close

St Senan’s  10   Tralee  14 St Senan’s came very close to scoring what would have been a well-deserved victory against league leaders Tralee in Division 1 of the Munster Junior Rugby League at Slattery Park on Sunday.

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Clare athletic stars honoured

The Clare Athletics Association 10th annual Sports Star Awards Banquet was held last Friday night at the Auburn Lodge Hotel. Mossy Woulfe, chairman of the Munster Athletics Association of Ireland, presented 41 athletes from nine clubs with their awards.

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Late Clare challenge for Clonmel

The Clare challenge for the National Coursing Meeting, which gets under way in Clonmel next Monday, was given a boost following the final trial stakes of the season last weekend.

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Destiny could be a divine intervention for Matts Jet

Destiny, they say, is preordained and sometimes it’s all about being in the right place at the right time.

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Strong second half seals Rock’s win

Shannon Olympic  1   Rock Rovers  4Rock Rovers took the lead in their tie with a goal from a Barry Woods free kick but Olympic had the better of the first-half exchanges and they deservedly equalised through Joey O’Neill.

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