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Cratloe have made history in Cusack Park this afternoon.
Clonlara's Colm Galvin has been named the Bord Gais Energy U21 Player of the Year.
The Banner Ladies are the Munster Senior B football champions for a third year in a row.
Wolfe Tones are back to the Senior ranks of the Clare Senior Football Championship.
Former Clare goalkeeper Aine Ni Cormaic believes that the experience Clooney/Quin have gained in recent years will stand them in good stead in tomorrows final with Kilmaley.
Ahead of tomorrow's County Senior Football Final, Eire Óg's Stephen Hickey has praised the influence of manager James Hanrahan on the squad.
Kilmaley's Claire McMahon says they're going to have to be at their best if they're to overcome the challenge of Clooney/Quin in Sunday's final.
Ahead of Sunday's county senior football final, Cratloe manager Colm Collins says its a great time for the club.
Clare hurling boss Davy Fitzgerald says his side are looking forward to getting Championship 2015 underway.
Éire Óg manager James Hanrahan has tipped the strength of his side's panel as a potential factor in Sunday's County Final against Cratloe.
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