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Clare Dual Star Considine Signs For AFLW Club

Ailish Considine

Clare dual star, Ailish Considine, has signed for the Adelaide Crows in the AFLW, becoming the latest Irish woman, after Cora Staunton, to make the move to Australia.  Considine has played both football and camogie but she will now take a chance at excelling with the oval ball after she impressed at a national camp in Australia with the CrossCoders programme. …

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Limerick’s Aaron Gillane Wins Hurler Of The Week By A Landslide

Limerick’s Aaron Gillane has been voted the GAA.ie hurler of the week after his fantastic performance for the Treaty County in their dramatic victory over Cork in Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC semi-final in Croke Park.  Gillane scored 0-13 on Sunday, including six points from play as he tormented the Cork defence with his fielding and swift movement. The 21-year-old Patrickswell clubman finished …

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Boost For Clare As Shanagher Returns For Galway Semi-Final Clash

Clare have received a huge boost ahead of Saturday’s All Ireland hurling semi-final against Galway in Croke Park with the news that Aron Shanagher has returned to the matchday squad.  Shanagher suffered a cruciate knee injury before Clare travelled to Boston for the Fenway Classic back in November and the young forward will add another string to the bow of …

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The Forecast: When Is Katie Taylor’s Fight And Details Of All Irish Sport This Weekend

We’re set for another bumper weekend of sport.  All Ireland hurling semi-finals, Katie Taylor’s defence of her IBF/WBA titles, the Irish Life Health Track & Field Championships…there is plenty to get your teeth stuck into this weekend. Here, we provide you with everything you need to know for another bumper weekend of Irish sport, in association with the RNLI. Thursday:  …

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Cork And Clare Name Their Teams For Sunday’s Munster Hurling Clash

This Sunday sees the beginning of the Munster Senior Hurling Championship with the new round-robin format in place, there will be no shortage of excellent hurling over the coming weeks. Cork host Clare at Pairc Ui Chaoimh in Sunday’s second game which comes after Limerick’s clash with Tipperary in the Gaelic Grounds. Both sides have now named their teams and Clare …

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