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# Clare

Last week
24th September 2023 - 30th September 2023
Clare duo and Cork defender in running for Young Hurler of the Year award
Rodgers, Hogan and Joyce are all nominated.
'Shock and sadness' for Clare community as tributes paid to 14 year old Sarah Mescall
Sarah, who has been described as “lovable, kind, energetic and fun” was a second year student in Coláiste Muire in Ennis.
Two people taken to hospital after fire breaks out in Clare
The area around the scene has been cordoned off and traffic is being diverted.
Conlon stars as Clare reach semi-final stage, Kilkenny quarter-final pairings revealed
Busy club hurling weekend in Clare.
One person killed and a second injured in Clare motor rally
The incident happened during Stage 4 of the Clare Stages Rally which was being held in North Clare.
Last month
September 2023
Dublin, Offaly and Clare senior GAA club games live on TV next weekend
Plenty for GAA fans to enjoy.
Gardaí charge man (30s) arrested after M16 and ammo found in search operation in Clare
The search in a wooded area in Shannon produced a Colt M16 rifle, magazine and over 170 rounds of ammunition.
Pensioner landlord charged with sexual assault of tenant at Ennis apartment
The landlord and tenant lived in the same building at the time of the alleged offence on October 1 last.
Clare hurling champions Ballyea knocked out, Dublin football finalists Na Fianna exit
Offaly champions Rhode lost out at the semi-final stage tonight.
Woman (50s) dies after swimming incident in Lough Derg
She had been airlifted to hospital yesterday after an incident in the water.
'Brazen': Tourists charged €99 for 'watching the sunset' atop Cliffs of Moher
A report by
Eoghan Dalton
It’s the latest criticism over how Clare County Council is attempting to market one of the country’s most scenic sites.
This year
Two men arrested following series of incidents in Co Clare including a firearm discharge
Extensive damage was caused to a number of homes and vehicles following a series of events in Ennistymon.
Gardaí investigating after body discovered on beach in Co Clare last night
Emergency services responded to the scene after the alarm was raised at around 9pm.
Tough dual decision playing off for Clare captain Sinéad O’Keeffe
An assistant professor at DCU’s renowned sports hub, O’Keeffe will be applying her work to this week’s Croke Park preparations.
Two farmers fined for health and safety breaches that led to death of a man on farm
In 2021, Damien Carmody (36) died after a wall collapsed in on him while he was helping a friend on a farm in Clare.
Clare locals say profiting from Cliffs and the Atlantic is putting their way of life at risk
There is frustration over plans for visitors to the Cliffs of Moher and for Doolin Bay.
Motorcyclist killed in collision in north Clare
It’s understood that a car and motorcycle collided and that the motorcyclist was fatally injured.
Man airlifted to hospital following climbing accident in Co Clare
The incident occurred at Ailladie off the R477 Lisdoonvarna to Ballyvaughan coast road at 8pm last night.
Mica homeowners have 'outstanding concerns' about new scheme, committee told
Homeowners impacted by the mica scandal have told politicians that the updated redress scheme will be inaccessible for many because of the up front costs required.
Tributes paid to musician who died after falling from cliff in Clare
Darren Richmond was a singer and song collector who had been living in Ennis for a number of years.
Man killed after falling from West Clare cliff while fishing
Efforts to resuscitate the man were unsuccessful and he was formally pronounced dead at the scene.
What are the key challenges for Shefflin and Lohan after Galway-Clare exits?
Another All-Ireland semi-final loss has to be absorbed by the Galway and Clare managers.
'Clare can count themselves unlucky' - Sunday Game debate controversial disallowed goal
Referee Colm Lyons ended an advantage just before Mark Rodgers scored a goal in yesterday’s All-Ireland semi-final.
Defiant Kilkenny reach final, Clare's missed chance, the TJ-Cody double act
Kilkenny saw off Clare 1-25 to 1-22 in Croke Park yesterday.
Kilkenny and Clare serve up an opera of hurling magnificence
Kilkenny consistency is just about too much for some spectacular acts from the Clare team.
Kilkenny hold off Clare in All-Ireland semi-final thriller
48,360 watched on in Croke Park.
Kilkenny hold off Clare in All-Ireland semi-final thriller
48,360 watched on in Croke Park.
'I think he's just going to be a superstar' - Clare's new attacking talent
With four goals in the senior championship this summer, Mark Rodgers has impressed for the Banner.
Clare face 2022 emotional scars as Kilkenny enter after rousing Leinster title
Throw-in is at 4pm in Croke Park today.
Race for Liam: A look at the four teams bidding for All-Ireland glory
Limerick, Galway, Clare and Kilkenny are still in the hunt for the big prize.
Poll: Who do you think will win this weekend's All-Ireland hurling semi-finals?
A huge weekend of action awaits in Croke Park.
Anthony Nash: Semi-finals are for winning - especially when you lost last year
Galway and Clare have carried the hurt of defeat for the past 12 months and now have a priceless chance to put things right.
Clare and Galway lead the way in 2023 minor hurling team of the year
Banner captain Eoghan Gunning is the Hurler of the Year.
Here are the fixture details for this year's All-Ireland hurling semi-finals
The games will take place on the weekend of 8-9 July.
Poll: Who do you think will win Saturday's All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals?
The hurling spotlight falls on Limerick for the double-header.
Lightning strike believed to be cause of North Clare house fire
Clare was under a status yellow thunderstorm warning which has now been upgraded to a status orange.
Woman in her 70s airlifted to hospital after fall on Cliffs of Moher walking trail
A woman, believed to be an Australian tourist, suffered a fall on the trail about a kilometre south of O’Brien’s Tower.
'There was no talk about it' - No blame from Clare to ref as they look forward
The one-point loss to Limerick ended with a couple of big referee calls.
Limerick the masters of tight games, Clare's missed chance and Gillane the scoring star
A look at some of the key tlaking points from yesterday’s Munster decider.
'He's getting the recognition of legendary status' - Clare's elder hurling statesman
14 years after his senior championship debut, John Conlon remains vital for Clare.