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3 senior players in Clare side for Munster U21 semi-final against Waterford

Throw-in tomorrow night in Walsh Park is 7.30pm.

Aron Shanagher started for Clare last Saturday against Limerick
Aron Shanagher started for Clare last Saturday against Limerick
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CLARE HAVE INCLUDED three senior players in their U21 side for tomorrow’s Bord Gáis Energy Munster U21 hurling semi-final against Waterford.

Corner-forward Aron Shanagher started in last Saturday’s All-Ireland hurling qualifier win over Limerick.

Full-back David Fitzgerald came on as a substitute in that game and started in the Division 1 league final replay win over Waterford in May.

Centre-forward Bobby Duggan, who struck 0-13 against Waterford at the same stage of the U21 championship last year, is also part of the Clare senior setup.

The remaining 12 players on the Clare team all featured in the county’s Munster intermediate final win over Limerick last Wednesday.

Throw-in tomorrow night in Walsh Park is 7pm.

Clare

1. Daniel Vaughan (Tulla)

2. Rory Hayes (Wolfe Tones)
3. David Fitzgerald (Inagh-Kilnamona)
4. Ciaran Cooney (O’Callaghan Mills)

5. Jason McCarthy (Inagh-Kilnamona)
6. Aidan McGuane (Kilmaley)
7. Ben O’Gorman (Wolfe Tones)

8. David Conroy (St Joseph’s Doora-Barefield)
9. Kevin Hehir (Inagh-Kilnamona)

10. Oisin Donnellan (Feakle)
11. Bobby Duggan (Clarecastle)
12. Shane Gleeson (Cratloe)

13. Colin Crehan (O’Callaghan Mills)
14. Ryan Taylor (Clooney-Quin)
15. Aron Shanagher (Wolfe Tones)

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