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Here's the round-up of today's club GAA key games

Sixmilebridge booked their place in the Clare SHC final.

Image: INPHO/James Crombie

Clare senior hurling semi-final

SIXMILEBRIDGE BOOKED THEIR place in the Clare SHC decider thanks to a hard-fought 1-11 to 0-11 win in poor conditions over Clonlara today.

Banner star Seadna Morey lined out for Sixmilebridge against intercounty colleagues, Domhnall O’Donovan, Colm Galvin, John Conlon, Darach Honan — who was introduced at half-time — and Nicky O’Connell.

Sixmilebridge, who lost the 2011 final to Crusheen, last won a Clare senior hurling title in 2002. They’ll aim to end that wait for the title with a victory over the winners of Newmarket and Ballyea next weekend.

Clare SFC quarter-final

Doonbeg will face Lissycasey in the final four of the Clare SFC after their 1-8 to 0-4 win over Cooralare at Kilmihil this afternoon.

Shane Ryan got the wind-assisted goal late on to make it 1-7 to 0-4 and all but wrap it up. This game was meant to take place last Monday but the game was rescheduled because the funeral of the father of one of the Cooraclare players took place that day.

Clare IHC final

One of the Banner’s All-Ireland heroes added another medal to his collection this afternoon.

Brendan Bugler helped Whitegate to a famous win in the Clare IHC decider. They took the title with a 1-13 to 1-10 victory over Feakle. They were one point up at the break — 0-7 to 0-6 — before  an Ian Fahy goal early in second half put some breathing space between the sides.

Whitegate will now take on Cork champions Youghal in the Munster IHC semi-final next weekend.

Munster Camogie senior club hurling championship final

Milford retained their provincial crown with a 0-14 to 0-4 win over Granagh-Ballingarry at Lattin-Cullen GAA club, Tipperary this afternoon. The Cork side are the reigning All-Ireland senior champions.

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