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# banner flagging
Wexford maintain perfect start to add to Clare's misery
Darragh Egan’s side were three-point winners this afternoon.
# harty cup final
Tulla hold off Ardscoil to write their names into Munster hurling history books
The East Clare school beat Limerick’s five-time champions to become the 19th-ever winners of the prestigious provincial competition.
All time
Tipp out to bounce back, Cats' new era: Allianz Hurling Leagues talking points
Tipp out to bounce back, Cats' new era: Allianz Hurling Leagues talking points
As the Allianz Hurling Leagues get underway this weekend, we look at five of the main talking points.
# Fight Club
Loughmore's dual juggernaut halted as Clare champions edge out extra-time battle
Éire Óg booked their spot in the Munster SFC semi-finals with a five-point win.
# Banner
Kelly hits 12 points against Dublin as Clare reach league semi-finals for first time in four years
The Banner outscored their visitors by 0-15 to 0-6 in the final 30 minutes.
# pointing the way
0-9 from Murphy helps Cork hold off Clare in Munster football semi-final clash
A two-point win for the Rebels in Miltown Malbay.
# Raise the Banner
Clare maintain winning start as Tony Kelly and super sub Shanagher lead the scoring against Laois
Brian Lohan’s Banner side went three from three in Ennis.
# Banner Boost
Galvin stars as St Flannan's beat Templemore to reach first Harty Cup decider in 13 years
McDonagh Park in Nenagh hosted today’s game.
Reidy leads the way as Limerick set up Munster league final clash with Cork
The Treaty saw off Clare this afternoon.
# smash and grab
Commercials stage dramatic late raid to set up repeat of 2015 Munster decider with Nemo
The Clonmel side trailed until the 55th minute before rallying to reach the provincial final.
# Off the Mark
1-2 for star Hutchinson as Ballygunner begin Munster defence with 12-point win
Patrickswell await in the Munster club semi-final.
# Bridge Brilliance
Davy Fitz's Sixmilebridge side celebrate Clare hurling glory with win over Cratloe
A fourth title in seven years for Sixmilebridge this afternoon.
# final hurdle
Cratloe set up historic Clare decider with neighbours after hitting 3-24 in semi-final win
Sixmilebridge await in the decider.
# Ruthless
McGrath brothers star as Tipperary crush Clare to close in on Munster final spot
Liam Sheedy’s side produced a clinical performance which included three goals.
# Deise
Pinpoint Stephen Bennett scores 0-16 against Clare as rampant Waterford canter to semi-finals
The Déise will face Galway in their Allianz Hurling League semi-final after an impressive display at Walsh Park.
# On the up
Unbeaten Fermanagh stay on course for promotion to Division 1 as Clare face relegation battle
Three points separated the sides in Enniskillen today.
# Relief
Clare survive late onslaught and hold on for victory against Wexford
Peter Duggan scored 1-6 for the Banner.
# Banner County
Clare overcome Kilkenny by one point margin despite late rally from Cody's Cats
The Banner County defeated Brian Cody’s men at Cusack Park.
# First blood
Tony Kelly stars as four-star Clare too strong for Premier in league decider
Returning boss Liam Sheedy saw his side beaten by the Banner.
# Flying The Banner
Two late Waterford goals can't deny superb Clare, who book final meeting with Tipperary
Colin Guilfoyle scored his second goal in the space of a week for the Banner.
# Report
Clare snatch victory with superb late comeback as Cork let lead slip
Colin Guilfoyle’s goal initiated an unanswered 1-3 flourish to complete a remarkable turnaround in Ennis.
# Say Cheese
Fitzgibbon inspires as Charleville come from 13 points down to clinch Munster intermediate title
Darren Casey’s last-gasp goal stunned Clare champions Feakle.
# deciders
Inniscarra end 8-year Munster wait against Clare champions, Gailltír and Ardrahan take honours
The long-reigning Cork champions took their chances on an afternoon of tough conditions in Tipp.
# Déise Delight
53 scores and 90 minutes of action as Ballygunner defeat Ballyea in Munster club hurling thriller
A Munster final against Limerick champion Na Piarsaigh now beckons for Ballygunner.
# back on top
Ballyea pull off 13-point second-half turnaround to claim second Clare crown in three years
Niall Deasy hit 0-13 for the winners.
# Tight Affair
Cratloe narrowly see off Kilmaley to seal Clare hurling final showdown with Ballyea
Rian Considine top-scored for the winners with 1-4 from play.
# masterclass
Tony Kelly lands 1-9 to steer Ballyea back into Clare hurling final
Ballyea are back in the decider for the second time in three years.
# Lovely Hurling
2016 senior champions and 2017 intermediate winners power to victory to reach Clare hurling last four
Kilmaley and Ballyea join O’Callaghan’s Mills and Cratloe in tomorrow night’s draw in Clareabbey.
# Late Late Show
O'Neill stars as Limerick produce late comeback to book Munster final spot
Limerick rallied in the dying stages to book their place in the 2018 Munster MHC final.
# Boost
Injury-time goal ensures Tipperary minors get the better of Clare
Tipp remain firmly in the hunt for a Munster Minor Hurling Championship Final place.
# Munster SHC
Clare up and running in style as they see off injury-hit Waterford
The visitors lost key players at crucial times, as the Banner County pulled clear through 1-10 from Peter Duggan.
# Banner County
Rodgers' 2-3 inspires Clare to victory as Deise fall short at Cusack Park
Clare put Waterford to the sword at Cusack Park in the Munster MHC on Sunday afternoon.
# 100% record
Clare keep unbeaten record intact after seeing off Rebels
In a repeat of last year’s Munster final, the Banner County earned a four-point win in Ennis.
# the banner
Reidy and O'Donnell goals fire Clare to first Nowlan Park victory in 13 years
The Banner have made their best start to a top division league campaign since 2005.
# 20 up
New-look Clare fire four goals and demolish Kerry to open their hurling season on a high
David Reidy, Cathal O’Connell, Shane O’Donnell and Bobby Duggan were on the money for the Banner side.
# Extra Time Epic
Cork's Kanturk keep brilliant 2017 winning run going with Munster hurling final success
Clare’s Kilmaley were edged out by a single point at the Gaelic Grounds.
# Winner alright
Sixmilebridge make most of second opportunity to take 13th Clare crown after replay
There was six points between the sides at the final whistle.
# Drama
Peter Duggan saves deserved draw for Clooney-Quin with last puck of Clare hurling final
Seadna Morey looked to have snatched the county title for Sixmilebridge with an injury-time point.
# Deise drive on
Late Tom Devine goal books Waterford's quarter-final place while Clare head for play-off
Waterford outscored Clare by 1-5 to 0-2 in the last 15 minutes.
# Comeback is on
Clare return to winning ways and surge up the table as they take valuable points from Dublin
A gritty second half performance was enough as Clare won by two points.
# Big statement
Clare back on track after impressive 13-point victory over winless Kilkenny
Aron Shanagher shone on Clare’s home turf, hitting 1-4.