Gaelic sports - football, hurling, camogie

Brennan: Unpredictability a certainty for Banners 2015 opener

Clare are now just over 24 hours away from their first outing of 2015 when they will take on Tipperary in the Waterford Crystal Cup Quarter Final.

O'Hanefin calls for more development as Clare U21s continue Hastings Cup campaign

Clare's U21 footballers continue their Hastings Cup campaign this afternoon as they take on Offaly in UL.

Shannon based EI Electronics take All Ireland Inter Firm title

EI Electronics from Clare won a first ever All-Ireland Inter-Firm hurling title after an impressive performance to defeat Leinster champions Grant Engineering in the Junior Hurling Final played at UL on Friday night.

Clare boss Collins praised for rejuvenating football in the Banner

Clare U21 football selector Donal O'Hanefin says senior boss Colm Collins has brought a renewed sense of pride to Clare football.

Clare hurling management eager to build on underage success

Clare hurling selector Michael Browne says it's crucial the Banner capitalise on recent underage success.

Browne Says Banner

One of Davy Fitzgerald’s backroom team says the Banner are eager to atone for the pain of last year's championship exit.

Munster Council Announces Province-Wide Grants

Clare GAA has received a €500,000 boost from the Munster Council.

Offaly next for Clare U21 footballers in Hastings Cup campaign

Clare's U21 footballers continue their Hastings Cup campaign this weekend when they welcome Offaly to Meelick.

7 tier structure for club payments towards Cusack Park refurbishment

Details have been annnounced of what various clubs will pay toward the cost of refurbishing Cusack Park.

Experimentation expected for 2015 Clare hurling opener

Clare boss Davy Fitzgerald will be without a number of key players for this weekends Waterford Crystal Cup Quarter Final clash against Tipperary.