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St Joseph’s Tulla carry Clare hopes into Harty quarters

Eoin Brennan speaks to St Joseph’s Tulla manager Terence Fahy ahead of his side’s historic clash with Cork side CBC in the Harty Cup CARRYING the Clare torch in the knock-out stages of the Dr Harty Cup for the very first time, St Joseph’s Tulla are eager to maintain their pioneering ways when meeting new Cork superpower CBC at the last eight stage in Kilmallock on Saturday at 1pm. The East Clare school have incrementally risen through the ranks over the past decade, with this team touted as providing their greatest hopes of a prestigious Munster Senior A Post-Primary Schools Hurling Championship title. Lofty ambitions that are matched off the field as well according to joint-manager Terence Fahy who presides over the side with Tomás Kelly (Inagh-Kilnamona) and Aidan Harte (Gort), “We’ve a new and very progressive school and we’d be ambitious in all aspects. The school would be very invested in the students’ academic and extra-curricular activities. “When you’re …

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Tulla aiming to clinch Munster title

A HUGE East Clare will journey to Ballyagran this Saturday for the Munster Colleges Senior B Hurling Championship final, in which St Joseph’s, Tulla will face CBC from Cork at 3pm. Beaten finalists in 2013, Tulla reached the quarter-final last year where they lost out to Newport, who were then beaten in the semi-final. In the 2013 final, the East Clare side were unlucky to go out to Dungarvan CBS at Golden after extra time. The majority of that Dungarvan side were part of the Waterford colleges side that won the Harty Cup title that same year. This season’s captain, Evan McMahon, along with his Feakle clubmates, Con Smith, Stephen Conway and Martin Daly, and Broadford’s Darren Chaplin, played in that final and they will be hoping that the experience they have gained in the past two campaigns will be a key factor in helping them to get over the line this week. The Tulla school’s only other appearance in the final was …

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