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Clare ladies looking for a new boss

After four years guiding the Clare intermediate ladies football team, Ennistymon woman Deirdre Murphy has stepped down from her post.

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Foley adds junior B to European Cup medal

Prior to heading for Thomond Park and Munster’s Magners League game against Ulster, Anthony Foley (pictured) added a junior B Clare football championship medal to his 2006 European Cup medal and his 62 international caps.

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Exciting finish sees final end in stalemate

SENIOR B HURLING Crusheen 0-11  O’Callaghan’s Mills 0-11 AN inch is as good as a mile the saying goes and so it proved at Clarecastle on Sunday when Crusheen and O’Callaghan’s Mills played out a draw in the final of the senior B hurling championship.

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Junior B crown for Smith O’Brien’s

Smith O’Brien’s 3-7  St Breckan’s 0-6 FOLLOWING Cratloe’s intermediate and Clooney-Quin’s junior A football success, Smith O’Brien’s added to East Clare’s football haul at the Éire Óg grounds last Saturday.

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Win sets up clash with Limerick side

Whitegate 1-13  Carrick Davins 0-10 A STRONG opening seven minutes to the second half earned Whitegate victory over Tipperary’s Carrick Davins in the opening round of the Munster Intermediate Club Hurling championship at Scariff on Saturday.

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Extra time goal gives ’Bridge U-16A title

CLARECASTLE was the venue for two highly entertaining matches in The Clare Champion U-16 camogie championship on Saturday last. Extra time was required to decide the destination of the A title which Sixmilebridge won by the narrowest of margins while Ballyea were crowned U-16 B champions with victory over Kilkishen.

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U-11s sweep The Kingdom in inter-county tournament

In the U-11 competition, it was Clare’s U-11 team that took the honours beating a talented Kerry side.

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Kilrush ladies win minor C championship

Kilrush 4-7   Liscannor 3-0 Kilrush travelled to Cooraclare last Sunday and came away crowned minor champions for 2009. Kilrush were the better team on the day, closing down Liscannor all over the pitch, with aggression and will to win.

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