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#John Conlon

# john-conlon - Wednesday 27 February, 2019

From The42 All-Star winning forward set to miss the rest of Clare's league campaign Missing Out

All-Star winning forward set to miss the rest of Clare's league campaign

John Conlon suffered an ankle injury last Sunday against Wexford.

# john-conlon - Sunday 29 July, 2018

From The42 'It's pretty amazing. As cruciate ligament recuperations go it's incredible' Powers Of Recovery

'It's pretty amazing. As cruciate ligament recuperations go it's incredible'

Aron Shanagher scored a vital goal yesterday on his comeback from a cruciate injury.

# john-conlon - Saturday 28 July, 2018

From The42 Clare's attacking leader, Galway's defensive anchor and their key Croke Park battle

Clare's attacking leader, Galway's defensive anchor and their key Croke Park battle

John Conlon and Daithi Burke will be influential figures in Croke Park this evening.

# john-conlon - Thursday 7 June, 2018

From The42 Clare and Carlow stars scoop GAA player of the month awards On Form

Clare and Carlow stars scoop GAA player of the month awards

John Conlon and Paul Broderick claimed the first monthly awards of the summer.

# john-conlon - Saturday 5 March, 2016

From The42 Conlon nets as Clare hurlers continue unbeaten run with victory over Laois Winning

Conlon nets as Clare hurlers continue unbeaten run with victory over Laois

It was far from enlightening hurling but the Banner achieved their primary objective.

# john-conlon - Tuesday 20 October, 2015

From The42 Paddy Barnes: It's the end of an era after losing Billy - now we need to hang on to Zaur Split Decision

Paddy Barnes: It's the end of an era after losing Billy - now we need to hang on to Zaur

The two-time Olympic medallist weighs in on Ireland’s coaching controversy.

# john-conlon - Saturday 30 August, 2014

From The42 John Conlon scored 3-11 as Clonlara advanced to the Clare SHC semi-finals CLARE SHC

John Conlon scored 3-11 as Clonlara advanced to the Clare SHC semi-finals

Cratloe and Crusheen also advanced to the last four.

# john-conlon - Saturday 19 April, 2014

From The42 'If there's one man to keep us grounded, it's Davy' - Conlon Banner

'If there's one man to keep us grounded, it's Davy' - Conlon

The forward says Clare are being allowed to express themselves by their manager heading into tomorrow’s league semi-final.

# john-conlon - Sunday 9 March, 2014

From The42 Hat-trick for Conor McGrath as Clare spank Tipperary in Thurles Match Report

Hat-trick for Conor McGrath as Clare spank Tipperary in Thurles

The All-Ireland champions could have won by more than seven points were it not for Tipp goalkeeper Darren Glesson.

# john-conlon - Tuesday 1 October, 2013

From The42 ‘We’ve reached the Promised Land, our dreams have come true’ – John Conlon The Banner

‘We’ve reached the Promised Land, our dreams have come true’ – John Conlon

The Clare attacker says Clare couldn’t have done it without Davy Fitz.

# john-conlon - Tuesday 10 September, 2013

From The42 John Conlon: 'Domhnall got slagged over not scoring all year, but he's fairly made up for that now' Interview

John Conlon: 'Domhnall got slagged over not scoring all year, but he's fairly made up for that now'

Meanwhile, Clare captain Patrick Donnellan said he had no objection to the scheduling of the replay on a Saturday evening.

# john-conlon - Wednesday 4 September, 2013

From The42 11 stunning images from Clare's run to the All-Ireland final Picture Perfect

11 stunning images from Clare's run to the All-Ireland final

Davy Fitzgerald’s jigs of joy, the scrappiest goal east of the Shannon and youth in full flow.

# john-conlon - Wednesday 17 July, 2013

From The42 Clare’s John Conlon: ‘I got a bang in the head and don’t remember the game’ Knocked Out

Clare’s John Conlon: ‘I got a bang in the head and don’t remember the game’

The Banner attacker on the severe concussion he incurred during last month’s Munster semi-final against Cork.

# john-conlon - Monday 24 June, 2013

From The42 Clare attacker John Conlon released from hospital after suffering concussion Recovery

Clare attacker John Conlon released from hospital after suffering concussion

The Clonlara forward was forced off early on during yesterday’s Munster semi-final.

# john-conlon - Friday 1 March, 2013

From The42 Fitzgibbon Cup: Mary Immaculate stick it out to reach first final Fitzgibbon Cup

Fitzgibbon Cup: Mary Immaculate stick it out to reach first final

14-man Mary Immaculate beat Waterford IT by two points in Carnmore this afternoon.

# john-conlon - Tuesday 19 February, 2013

From The42 Fitzgibbon Cup: Mary Immaculate College book semi-final berth Historic Win

Fitzgibbon Cup: Mary Immaculate College book semi-final berth

The Limerick-based college became the first side to reach the last four as they get set to contest the semi-final stage for the first time.

# john-conlon - Sunday 8 July, 2012

From The42 VIDEO: John Conlon savours SHC winning feeling for the first time Qualifiers This post contains videos

VIDEO: John Conlon savours SHC winning feeling for the first time

The Clonlara player had a starring role in Clare’s victory over Dublin on Saturday evening.

# john-conlon - Tuesday 13 July, 2010

TAOISEACH Brian Cowen is set to meet top US business leaders in New York this morning. Cowen is on a three day economic mission to the US. The Taoiseach will also meet New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg.

Meanwhile, Vice President of the IDA in the US, John Conlon said this could be “one of the best years on record” for US investment into Ireland. Speaking on Morning Ireland Colon said “last year when things were going badly, a lot of the press coverage was very negative. The government has taken the right decisions.”

“Investment has continued, even last year when FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) was down 40% worldwide, investment in Ireland was only down 4%. So, even through the bad years we’ve continued to win substantial investments from some of the best companies in the world into Ireland.

Conlon continued, “when they come to Ireland we normally have a very good chance of winning the project. Site visits are up 40% this year, we’re continuing to attract some of the largest companies in the world to Ireland, to invest in Ireland.”

Yesterday the Taoiseach launched a €500m innovation fund.