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|Irish:||An Clár CLG|
|Nickname(s):||The Banner County|
|County colours:||Saffron and Blue|
|Ground(s):||Cusack Park, Ennis|
|Football Championship:||Sam Maguire Cup|
|Hurling Championship:||Liam McCarthy Cup|
|Ladies' Gaelic football:||Brendan Martin Cup|
The Clare County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) (Irish: Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Coiste Contae an Chláir) or Clare GAA is one of the 32 county boards of the GAA in Ireland, and is responsible for Gaelic games in County Clare. The county board is also responsible for the Clare inter-county teams.
Hurling has been played in Clare for centuries and Michael Cusack, founder of the GAA, was from the county. The Clare's first provincial title came in 1899, and their second in 1914. In the latter year the team went on to win the All-Ireland title for the first time after a convincing win over Laois. Clare captured another provincial title in 1932, but despite producing well-known players such as Jimmy Smyth, they did not manage another such success until 1995. After that year's triumph, Ger Loughnane's team went on to win the county's first senior All-Ireland in 81 years. They won both the Munster and All-Ireland championship for the second time in two years in 1997.
In September 2009, Clare won their first ever All-Ireland under-21 hurling title with a 0-15 to 0-14 win over Kilkenny at Croke Park. Earlier in July 2009, they also picked up their first ever Munster Under 21 Hurling Championship title after a 2-17 to 2-12 win against Waterford in the final in Dungarvan.
In October 2009, Mike McNamara's tenure as Clare hurling manager looked to be under threat after it emerged the players had sent a letter to the County Board seeking his removal from the post. It appears that the players were disappointed with the county's lack of progress in 2009. The panel requested that the unsigned letter be read out at a County Board meeting on 27 October 2009. At the meeting on the 27 October 2009, the Clare county board gave McNamara their full backing despite the growing opposition from some players. On 1 November 2009, the hurling panel produced a vote of no confidence in McNamara to continue as manager. After a Clare County Board meeting in Ennis on 10 November 2009, McNamama made a stirring address, confirming his desire to stay in place as manager of the Banner hurlers, reflecting on the progress made in 2009 and outling his plans for next season. He spoke to delegates present for close to 30 minutes after members of the media had been asked to leave the room. A letter from the 27 player panel was read out at the meeting explaining that only one squad member had sided with McNamara in the vote of confidence on November 1. In spite of the opposition, the Clare County Board are standing behind McNamaa with County Board officials pledging to work with McNamara to iron out any problems they can. A player delegation led by captain Brian O'Connell are set to meet with County Board officials before the 19 November to outline their opposition to McNamara staying in place for the 2010 season. McNamara resigned as manager at the end of 2009.
Squad as per Clare vs Dublin (All Ireland Hurling Qualifiers Phase II July 7,2012)
Camogie was established by County Secreatry Mick Hennessy of Clooney in 1934. Peggy Nagle of Ennistymon and Sheila Carroll of Lahinch revived the game in 1958. Notable players include All Star award winner Catherine O'Loughlin, young player of the year winner Carina Roseingrave and Patricia Morrissey, junior player of the year award winner Maura McNicholas, Marjorie Griffin who won three medals with Antrim1945-47, and Clare Jones who captained Clare to the Junior All-Ireland title in 1981 and won five medals with Kilkanny 1986-1990. Under Camogie’s National Development Plan 2010-2015, “Our Game, Our Passion,” five new camogie clubs are to be established in the county by 2015.
Clare won their first Munster Senior Football Championship in 1917. Clare football's greatest day since then came in 1992 when they won the Munster Senior Football Championship by beating Kerry in the final before going down to Dublin in the All-Ireland semi-final. The county's Vocational Schools team have made it to 2 All-Ireland Vocational Schools Championship Finals, losing to Tyrone in 1970 and to Wicklow in 1983. Clare were the first All-Ireland Minor Football Championship winners in 1929.
Squad as per Clare vs Cork (Munster Senior Football Championship Final July 8, 2012)