How Christy Dixon found fame on both sides of west Clare’s football divide

How Christy Dixon found fame on both sides of west Clare’s football divide

One evening a couple of years back, Christy Dixon was listening to Clare FM from his home in Dublin when Joan Hanrahan played a slow-air track, ‘An Fhuinseogigín ...

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When the greatest honour becomes too heavy a load to bear

When the greatest honour becomes too heavy a load to bear

Three days after the 2014 All-Ireland final replay, Lester Ryan got a text with a link to a YouTube clip.

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'Every young lad in Kerry wanted to be the Gooch. Now they all want to be David Clifford'

'Every young lad in Kerry wanted to be the Gooch. Now they all want to be David Clifford'

Whether it was pulling 99s in the shop or carving up opposition defences on the pitch, everyone could see something very special in the Fossa youngster, writes Christy ...

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TJ Reid: Bit of Doyle, bit of Shefflin

TJ Reid: Bit of Doyle, bit of Shefflin

Almost 30 years ago, the Reids were the first family in Ballyhale to get miniature goalposts.

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