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Drawing Of Lots Deferred In Camogie Championship

The draw to determine the last quarter finalist of the All-Ireland Camogie Championship has been deferred after Clare and Dublin both lodged appeals.

JBM Admits Cork Failings In Galway Loss

Cork manager Jimmy Barry Murphy says they "just weren't good enough" in yesterdays All Ireland quarter final defeat to Galway in Thurles.

Comprehensive Win For Clare Over Disappointing Derry

Clare put in their most impressive performance of the 2015 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship with a comprehensive twenty two point victory over Derry.

Clare dispose of Derry to keep All Ireland Quarter Final hopes alive

The draw to determine the final qualifier from Group 2 of the Liberty Insurance senior camogie championship has been deferred on foot of appeals lodged by both Dublin and Clare.

Cratloe off to the perfect start in the 2015 Clare SFC

Cratloe got their bid for three Jack Dalys in a row off to the perfect start by beating Kilmurry Ibrickane 4-9 to 2-9.

All Ireland semi final spots up for grabs in Thurles

It's All-Ireland quarter-finals day in the hurling championship with a double-header of senior action at Semple Stadium on the cards.

Sweet success for St Breckans over Lissycasey in Clare SFC

St Breckans starved off the challenge of a youthful Lissycasey after extra time to pick up a win that meant so much to the club as was evident by the jubilation at the final whistle.

Ennistymon upset the odds by beating 2014 County Finalists

Ennistymon pulled off a major shock in the opening round of the Clare Senior Football Championship as they held out for a two point win over 2014 County Finalists Éire Óg.

Clare SFC Round Up

Ennistymon caused the first upset of the 2015 Clare Senior Football Championship when they overcame last years beaten finalists Eire Óg.

O'Loughlin warning Clare of tough Derry challenge

A former Clare Camogie All Star has called on the current squad to put all thoughts of this weeks controversies out of their minds ahead of  Sunday's clash with Derry.