Clare SHC: 14-man Crusheen reach finalDespite having Paddy Vaughan sent off just before half-time, Crusheen held on to secure a 0-10 to 0-7 semi-final win over Clonlara in the Clare SHC at Cusack Park today.
Another Clare dual star chooses footballCathal McInerney is the latest Clare dual player to choose football over hurling.
Kelly: we need to push onClare star Tony Kelly is adamant that they need to 'push on' at senior level.
Semi final weekend in SHCThere are just four teams remaining in this year's Clare senior hurling championship.
2015 Allianz HL: Cork to host Cats in openerThe meeting of old rivals Cork and Kilkenny will launch next year's Allianz Hurling League.
2015 Allianz FL: provisional fixtures releasedKerry versus Mayo and Cork versus Dublin are the pick of the opening day fixtures in next season's Allianz Football League.
Fitzgerald shakes up his backroom teamAs expected, Clare hurling manager Davy Fitzgerald has made changes to his backroom team for next season.
Backroom changes in BannerIt's being reported that Davy Fitzgerald is shaking up his backroom team and coach Paul Kinnerk, conditioning coach Joe O'Connor and selector Mike Deegan will not be involved next year.
Cunningham: "The more we win, the hungrier we get"Aaron Cunningham has warned that the Clare hurlers remain ravenous for further success.
Clare SFC: semi-final pairings confirmedThe line-up for the Clare SFC semi-finals are now known after the last two quarter-finals were played at the weekend.
Poignant note sounded in Kelly's victory speechVictorious Clare captain Tony Kelly and joint-manager Donal Moloney paid tribute to Gearoid O'Connell who played a starring role in the All-Ireland U21 hurling success less than a fortnight after his father was tragically killed in an accident on the family farm.
Championship tweets: The end of a glorious Clare eraShane O'Donnell says Clare's achievement in winning three All-Ireland U21 HC titles in-a-row has yet to sink in.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There were a few people that said things (at half-time), it was the honesty"
Clare U21 homecoming for EnnisThousands are expected to turn out in Ennis this evening for the homecoming of the victorious Clare U21 hurling team.
"We're starving always down in Clare, we always look to win stuff"Hunger was never an issue for Clare going into tonight's All-Ireland U21 HC final according to Man of the Match Tony Kelly.
U21 HC final: Kelly turns on the style as Banner make it three-in-a-rowClare survived a late scare against Wexford in Semple Stadium tonight to collect their third All-Ireland U21 title in as many years.
High praise for GalvinLegendary Clare centre-back Sean McMahon has sung the praises of Colm Galvin ahead of this evening's All-Ireland U-21 HC final against Wexford.
'Accidental hurler' Collins will regret decision, says GerGer Loughnane believes Podge Collins will live to regret his decision to choose football over hurling.
Under-21 homecoming plannedA homecoming for the Clare under-21 hurlers has been organised by the local county council.
O'Connor: hunger is still thereClare under-21 joint manager Gerry O'Connor is adamant that the ambition and desire is still in the players as they go in search of a third All-Ireland title.
New format approved for Munster SFCA new format for next year's Munster SFC was agreed upon by the province's CCC last night.
U21 stars feature on Seo SpoirtSeó Spóirt's roving reporter Gemma Ní Chionnaith will speak to the Clare U21 Hurling Captain, Tony Kelly and Wexford U21 Hurling Captain, Shane O'Gorman ahead of the Bord Gáis Energy GAA Hurling U21 Championship Final
No extra pressure on U21s, insists KellyTony Kelly insists the Clare senior hurling team's early championship exit hasn't placed any extra pressure on the U21s in their quest for a three-in-a-row of All-Ireland titles.
Decision on Munster SFC format dueMunster's Competitions Control Committee will meet in Castletroy, Co. Limerick tonight amid speculation that a return to an open draw format in the province's SFC could be on the cards.
O'Donnell: it's Podge's decisionClare goal machine Shane O'Donnell says no-one will hold Podge Collins' decision to focus on football against him.
"As a father, I'd love to see them play both but it's not to be"Clare football boss Colm Collins has confirmed that his hurling counterpart Davy Fitzgerald issued his sons, Podge and Sean, with an ultimatum to choose either hurling or football.
Competition: win two All-Ireland football final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland football finals on Sunday 21 September.
Pic: brilliant back page sums up the Collins brothers' dilemmaThe Clare People Sports department have come up with a top class back page which sums up the dilemma Padraic and Sean Collins faced over choosing between hurling and football.
Podge denies rumour!Clare's Podge Collins has taken to twitter to deny a rumour doing the rounds this morning ...
Collins brothers opt for football over hurlingClare hurling has been rocked by the news that 2013 All-Star Podge Collins will focus solely on football in 2015.
Clare U21 Cleary winning fitness battleClare's bid for a three-in-a-row of All-Ireland U21HC titles has been boosted by Conor Cleary's return to training.
Kissane departs Banner as Davy plans shake-upPaudie Kissane has stepped down as Clare football coach.
Dolan to referee senior camogie finalThe Camogie Association have confirmed the referees for the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Finals on Sunday September 14th in Croke Park with John Dolan named as the referee for the senior final.
SHC semi-final draw madeThe draw for the Clare SHC semi-finals has pitted Clonlara against Crusheen and Cratloe against Clarecastle.
Parteen and Feakle for IHC finalParteen and Feakle will contest the IHC final following their respective semi-final victories over Sixmilebridge and Smith O'Brien's last weekend.
Three SFC quarter-finals down for decisionThree of the four SFC quarter-finals take place this weekend.
Fantastic All-Ireland Football 7's in RatoathIt is a newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have senior teams participating from all of Ireland.
Galvin switches club allegianceLimerick's veteran football midfielder John Galvin has switched his club allegiances from his native Croom to Clare champions Cratloe.
Football rankings: a brave new worldFor eighteen months Dublin have looked untouchable but all has changed after one stunning Sunday afternoon in Croke Park.
Daly: it was time to cut the cordAnthony Daly knew the time was right to step aside as Dublin senior hurling manager.
Daly stands down as Dublin hurling managerDublin have announced that Anthony Daly has ended his tenure as their senior hurling manager.
Joe and Marty get a soakingCroke Park wasn't just the scene of a famous Donegal victory today.
What the players are saying about Donegal on twitterMany current and past players took to twitter after Donegal's famous victory over Dublin to salute Jim McGuinness and his players.
Clare SHC: Conlon's 3-11 eases Clonlara into semisCratloe, Clonlara and Crusheen have secured their places in the last four of the Canon Hamilton Cup.
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SHC quarter-finals take centre stageIt's a huge weekend in the Clare SHC with all four quarter-finals taking place.
SFC quarter-final pairings confirmedThe race for the Jack Daly Cup is down to eight teams after last weekend's action.
GAA "aiming to build Dublin as a venue for American football"If the GAA has its way, American football matches in Croke Park will soon be a regular thing.
Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 7 September.
"Top managers like Anthony Daly are thin on the ground"The Dublin hurling manager's job is Anthony Daly's - if he wants it.

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