Thousands welcome home Clare’s hurling heroes

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More than 3500 people gathered in Ennis on Sunday night to welcome home Clare’s All Ireland winning U21 hurlers and management team.

Clare defeated Wexford in the Bord Gais Energy GAA Hurling All Ireland U21 Championship Final at Semple Stadium in Thurles by 2-20 to 3-11 to win their third title in a row.

Mayor of Ennis Councillor Johnny Flynn and Cllr. John Crowe, Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council officially welcomed the squad and management team on the stage.

Clare County Council coordinated the homecoming event in association with An Garda Síochána, Clare Civil Defence, Clare Fire and Rescue Service and Clare GAA.


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