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#Gary Brennan

# gary-brennan - Friday 15 November, 2019

Blows for Clare and Tyrone as captain and forward opt out for 2020

It’s reported the Banner will be without stalwart Gary Brennan while Connor McAliskey has stepped away from the Red Hand set-up.

# gary-brennan - Thursday 20 September, 2018

'It's very positive' - Clare's football supremo provides continuity as a sixth season beckons in 2019

The reappointment of Colm Collins was ratified in Clare on Tuesday night.

# gary-brennan - Saturday 2 June, 2018

'The ref just gave up keeping the score at one stage, that's no word of a lie' - Clare's football progress

The strides made by the Clare footballers leave them in good stead before tomorrow’s Munster semi-final.

# gary-brennan - Thursday 17 May, 2018

Clare's Gary Brennan - 'You only have to look at Shane, he'd love to be playing and he just can't at the moment'

One brother is out injured and another has joined Clare’s leader in the football ranks.

# gary-brennan - Saturday 17 March, 2018

Late points clinch Clare's first football league win in Cork in 22 years

Jamie Malone and David Tubridy kicked the points that ensured Clare claimed the spoils tonight.

# gary-brennan - Wednesday 26 April, 2017

Kilkenny, Mícheál and Brennan to feature in final episode as TG4's Seó Spóirt to end after 11 years

Dara Ó Cinnéide will be joined by well-known guests on Friday night.

# gary-brennan - Monday 6 February, 2017

Clare footballers travel 500km inside 24 hours to represent club and county

Gary Brennan and Pearse Lillis have had a busier weekend than most.

# gary-brennan - Friday 2 December, 2016

Munster boss backs Tommy Walsh to make Kerry return in 2017

The Tralee man has been impressing Ger O’Sullivan who also believes talk of a crisis in Cork GAA is premature.

# gary-brennan - Tuesday 22 November, 2016

Clare's Gary Brennan facing hectic New Year as Ballyea hurlers chase club dream

Ballyea’s AIB Munster senior club hurling championship winner and Clare’s senior football captain hopes to balance dual demands.

# gary-brennan - Monday 21 November, 2016

'We never expected to be in this position' - Gary Brennan on the turning point in Ballyea's season

The new Munster champions lost by nine points in the first round of the Clare SHC.

# gary-brennan - Sunday 16 October, 2016

Clare football and hurling stars unite in pursuit of club history in Banner County

Ballyea could win a very first Clare senior hurling title today.

# gary-brennan - Saturday 28 May, 2016

'What he did in November against Australia last year was fantastic. We were all very proud.'

Clare have been well aware of Gary Brennan’s talents, now the rest of the country is noticing.

# gary-brennan - Tuesday 17 November, 2015

Clare's Ireland star targets Munster football title and backs Podge's dual mandate

Gary Brennan has also welcomed the news that Podge Collins will fulfil a dual role for the Banner County next year.

# gary-brennan - Sunday 24 May, 2015

First blood for Clare as Banner set up Munster semi-final clash with Cork

Before tomorrow’s Munster hurling showdown, it was the turn of Clare and Limerick’s footballers tonight.

# gary-brennan - Saturday 26 April, 2014

He's Clare captain and a Munster interpro star but today is Gary Brennan's Croke Park debut

The 25 year-old is getting set to line out for his county for the first time at GAA headquarters.

# gary-brennan - Sunday 23 February, 2014

Clare go top of Division 4 football league table with victory over London GAA

Clare go top of Division 4 football league table with victory over London

Gary Brennan and Enda Coughlan bagged the goals as Clare triumphed this afternoon.

# gary-brennan - Wednesday 11 July, 2012

Wednesday Watch: The need for Galway patience and the football format down south

Galway’s Leinster final triumph has split open the championship but they will be wary of the dangers of living off that win.