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Clare to become A grade referee

Ennis woman Clare McGrath will be promoted to a grade A Still Water International Referee in the coming months. According to the current president of Swim Ireland, Clare will be the first referee from Ireland to reach the grade. It will qualify her to referee at European and international events.

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Turgid Kilmurry struggle into final four

Kilmurry Ibrickane  1-4   Tír Chonaill Gaels  0-3 KILMURRY-Ibrickane got the result they craved in Ruislip last Sunday but their performance indicates that they will be watching the All-Ireland club football final on March 17 and not competing in it.

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Newmarket celebrates a year of successes

NEWMARKET GAA, ladies’ football and camogie clubs combined forces last Friday at the Clare Inn to celebrate a number of county title wins in 2009.

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St Flannan’s outclassed by superior St Brendan’s outfit

St Brendan’s  3-10   St Flannan’s  0-3 While a margin of 16 points isn’t a fair reflection on the efforts of St Flannan’s in their Corn Uí Mhuirí quarter-final tie played in difficult weather conditions at Foynes on Wednesday, there is no doubting the fact that St Brendan’s were the superior outfit.

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Clare enjoy well-deserved victory over Tipperary

IMPRESSIVE performances from U-21 stars Cian Dillon, Domhnall O’Donovan and particularly John Conlon inspired Clare to a deserved victory over Tipperary in the last of the Waterford Crystal senior quarter-finals, which was played under lights at Borrisoleigh on Tuesday night.

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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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