Moloney points to lack of experienceClare manager Donal Moloney admits a lack of experience cost them in their Munster IHC defeat to Limerick.
GAA High Performance Sport ScholarshipsUlster University is pleased to announce that once again it will be offering Men's Gaelic Football Scholarships for the 2015/2016 season.
HS hurling team of the weekAs expected, the start of the Munster SHC didn't disappoint and five Limerick players make our hurling team of the week ...
Central Council rules on Sky, replays and squad numbersLast Saturday's Central Council meeting made a number of key decisions pertaining to motions which had been referred from Congress and matters arising from the Hurling 2020 Report.
Championship tweets: Henry's a dedicated follower of fashionHenry Shefflin made his debut as a TV pundit yesterday and his suit got the thumbs up from Hurler of the Year Richie Hogan ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They can shout year in, year out about Limerick this and Limerick that and they can tweet all they like and they can abuse all the players they like."
Davy Fitzgerald and the "no comment" interviewDavy Fitzgerald gave one of the most awkward interviews we've seen in a long time to RTE reporter Claire McNamara after Clare's narrow Munster SHC defeat to Limerick.
Munster SHC: Treaty lower BannerEleven points from Shane Dowling helped Limerick claim a 1-19 to 2-15 victory over Clare at Thurles.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was another busy Sunday afternoon as we brought you coverage of games in both the provincial hurling and football championships.
Munster IHC: Griffin leads by exampleWillie Griffin shot 2-6 as Limerick trumped Clare in this afternoon's Munster IHC quarter-final at Semple Stadium.
Team news: no McGrath for ClareConor McGrath is a notable absentee from the Clare attack for today's Munster SHC semi-final against Limerick.
Ephie relishing Rebels clashClare selector Ephie Fitzgerald is looking forward to facing his native Cork in the Munster SFC semi-final at Pairc Ui Rinn on June 14.
"It will be helter-skelter"While he expects Clare and Limerick to have long championship campaigns, Ger 'Sparrow' O'Loughlin believes the local rivals will be desperate to avoid defeat this afternoon.
Munster SFC: McInerney brace settles Clare nervesClare were forced to dig deep to withstand a spirited second-half Limerick showing at Cusack Park, Ennis this evening.
"This is hell for leather, blood and guts, full-blooded Munster championship"Winning a first Munster title since 1998 is one of Clare's aims this year but selector Louis Mulqueen isn't looking beyond tomorrow's quarter-final clash against Limerick.
Preview: Munster SHC - Clare v LimerickFasten your seat-belts folks because the Munster SHC roller coaster is about to take off and twists and turns, highs and lows, are guaranteed.
Preview: Munster SFC - Clare v LimerickWhen these two sides met in round 6 of the FL Division 3, Limerick scored a 2-10 to 1-5 victory over the Banner County at Newcastlewest.
"We had a kind of love-hate relationship"Henry Shefflin admits he didn't see 'eye-to-eye' with Davy Fitzgerald on the field of play.
Munster SFC: Kingdom to rule supremeClare and Limerick get the ball rolling in this year's Munster SFC in Cusack Park, Ennis on Saturday evening but, as per usual, all eyes will be focused on Kerry and Cork when they join the fray on Sunday, June 14th.
Bulfin plotting his home county's downfallClare coach Seoirse Bulfin is looking forward to facing his native Limerick on Sunday.
Munster SHC: Tipp get tentative voteTrying to predict the outcome of the Munster SHC should carry a health warning as all five teams that go to post possess genuine chances of getting their hands on the silverware come Sunday, July 12th.
Team news: three newcomers for LimerickBarry Hennessy, Seanie O'Brien and Cian Lynch will make their Munster SHC debuts for Limerick against Clare on Sunday.
Cleary twins hoping to make their markClare's Eoin and Conor Cleary will be hoping to make their mark for the Clare senior hurlers and footballers this weekend.
Loughnane calls for Collins returnFormer Clare manager and RTE GAA pundit Ger Loughnane believes it is not too late for dual star Podge Collins to return to the Clare hurlers.
Team news: Burke makes Banner championship bowFormer Dublin star Pat Burke is one of two Clare championship debutants for Saturday's Munster SFC quarter-final against Limerick.
Banner sweat over Ryan's fitnessConor Ryan has emerged as an injury doubt for Clare ahead of Sunday's Munster SHC quarter-final date with Limerick.
O'Donnell: we're an extremely tight-knit groupSo far this year, Clare have made the headlines for all the wrong reasons but Shane O'Donnell says they are in good shape ahead of Sunday's Munster SHC clash against Limerick.
HS football team of the weekThere's nothing like the championship to herald the start of the summer, here's our football team of the week ...
Championship tweets: Donegal get over the lineAs expected, the Ulster SFC meeting of Donegal and Tyrone generated plenty of discussion on Twitter ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I felt probably that while the officials did a good job that Michael was targeted."
Check out Paddy Bradley and Peader Gardiner's Fantasy Gaelic teamsThe official GAA/GPA Fantasy Gaelic game is back for another season; and we have a sneak peak at the selections of Derry's Paddy Bradley and Peader Gardiner from Mayo.
Collins has chairman's backingClare chairman Michael McDonagh has given his full support to football manager Colm Collins, who has been slapped with a 12-week ban.
Champion Cup resumes without county playersThe Clare Champion Cup resumes this weekend without the county players.
Collins hit with sideline banClare football manager Colm Collins has received a 12-week ban.
Banner sweating on McGrathA hamstring injury is threatening Conor McGrath's participation in Clare's Munster SHC opener against Limerick on Sunday week.
Munster MFC: Tipp late, late show breaks the BannerThree points in the last three minutes saw Tipperary over the line and finally broke Clare's resistance in this gripping Munster MFC semi-final.
Team news: Clare minors make two enforced changesClare have been forced into making two changes for tonight's Munster MFC semi-final versus Tipperary at Semple Stadium, Thurles.
Calling all Cúl Heroes to Croke ParkCúl Heroes is the new official trading card of the GAA/GPA which provides an innovative way of promoting Gaelic games, the players and the unique skills of our national games.
Mother and son launch the Irish Kidney Association's annual Run for a LifeA mother and son who hold a unique double record for living donor kidney transplantation were at Corkagh Park last week to announce the Irish Kidney Association's annual Run for a Life (www.runforalife.ie).
Play It Your Way with Fantasy Gaelic 2015The official GAA/GPA Fantasy Gaelic game is back for another season; inviting you to join the 2015 GAA championship challenge and play it your way.
GAA tweets: "he will be back stronger than ever"The season ending injury sustained by Waterford ace Pauric Mahony was the talk of twitter over the weekend ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's a terrible blow for Pauric himself. He's our talisman."
Hurling rankings: Chasing group closing in on the Cats?We update our hurling rankings ahead of a busy summer.
Footballers continue preparationsThe Clare senior footballers are continuing their preparations for the Munster SFC clash against Limerick on May 23rd.
Clare wait on injured trioClare are sweating over the fitness of three key players ahead of their Munster SHC clash against Limerick on Sunday, May 24th.
O'Halloran to feature against DubsFormer Clare hurler Davy O'Halloran is expected to figure for the county's footballers in a high-profile challenge match against Dublin next week.
O'Connor upbeat about Clare's chancesJamesie O'Connor is confident that Clare can put their league troubles behind them and show a return to form in the upcoming Munster SHC.
Football rankings: Sky blues breathing down Kerry's neckThe league is over so it's the perfect time to update our football rankings.
Munster MFC: Clare too good for TreatyLimerick started well in Ennis and were 0-3 to 0-1 up early on with the elements at their backs.
FL top scorers: Quigley finishes as the leading manFermanagh's Sean Quigley finished the Allianz FL as the top scorer, ahead of his closest rivals Colm O'Neill and Dean Rock.

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