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We are in an Age where Team Preparation has been taken to new heights, with a more professional approach being applied to all levels, right down to Junior B level.
The following is a brief synopsis of whats required for our Junior team for the coming season. You might even try and pre-guess the Junior management and select the players that, in your opinion, might fit the descrioptions. Feel free to do so and E-mail the selection to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .............

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1. Crepe Hats: Ah yes, the favoured head wear of the discerning GAA fan throughout the 80’s, crepe hats must rank as the singularly most diabolical fashion accessory ever conceived. The coloured crepe was knotted on the crown of the rounded hat to provide the fan with a neat tassel pointing to the heavens. Not only did they resemble a pot atop your head, but when it rained the colour ran all over your face. 
 

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'Tip and Slashin' - Clare's Hurling Victories of 1914
Clare Association Yearbook, 2006
By Tomás Mac Conmara

http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/claremus
eum/newsˍevents/tipˍandˍslashin.htm


The year 1914 was significant in both a national and international context...................

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The Carrahan Flag, thought to be the oldest hurling trophy in existence, was played for in Carmodys Field, behind Harrissons Pub in Clooney. The following is an article on one of the most famous of these matches from The Irish Independent, April 7th 1956..............

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The famous "Effin Eddie" is known all over the country, some say its John Kenny, some say its Pat Short, most say its Paddy Ryan, but ClooneyQuin GAA club can reveal the exclusive that its a Tipp man called Eddie Moroney

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