Clonlara get their hands on some silverware

Clonlara ended a seven year wait to claim the Clare Cup with a late goal from Cian Moriarity sealing their win over Crusheen.

Being captain is easy with the players in Ballyea...

He’s a Kilmihill man but since becoming the first man to captain Ballyea to glory in the Clare SHC, Stan Lineen will always be associated with the village of Ballyea.

“Life is strange” congregation hears as “gifted” David is...

The funeral took place on Thursday of “gifted” teacher David McMahon from Lissycasey.

Champions of 2015 to face 2014 counterparts in Clare...

Wins for Cooraclare, Cratloe and St Josephs Miltown sealed their place in the last four of the Clare SFC.

Lissycasey breeze past O’Currys

Lissycasey advance into the last eight of the Clare SFC after they dismantled O’Currys in Cooraclare on Saturday.

Cratloe advance to last eight after extra time bout...

A late Cathal McInerney goal added a little bit of gloss to the score line for Cratloe in this one because there were by no means six points better than their opponents over the course of 80 minutes of football.

Round Two of Clare SFC takes place this weekend

Round Two of the Clare Senior Football Championship takes centre stage in the local GAA scene this weekend.

Hayes hopeful momentum will drive Clare on

Joe Hayes has one of the best vantage points when it comes to championship football, standing between the posts for the duration of the game, he gets to analyse the game as it pans out while also being kept on his toes for the frequent attack from the opposition.

Pre-school providers in Clare receive €156k in funding

Twenty six pre-school facilities in Co Clare have received capital funding to the value of €156,000.