The year is 1914. All is not well in the Clare GAA Hurling camp. If County Clare is to have any hope in this year's hurling championship, action is needed. Intensive training is certainly required. Funds are in short supply. A meeting of minds is essential if we are going to rise to the occasion. And where better for a think-in than the beautiful town of Lahinch!
Clare went on to win the Junior Hurling Championship, beating Laois.
Clare 6-5 Laois 1-01.
Good on Ye lads!
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Dimensions: 16” X 10” approx.