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O'Donnell hits 1-9 in Clare quarter-final win, Dublin and Kilkenny semi-final draws made
Éire Óg and Ballyea won today’s quarter-finals in Cusack Park.
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Colm Collins remaining in charge of Clare for a 10th season
He is the GAA’s longest serving manager with the same county.
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Clare claim another big Munster win in Thurles as Cork in trouble after defeat
All eyes on Thurles for today’s Munster hurling showdown.
# Tony Kelly
Clare's star man targets league comeback: 'It's all going to plan. I just have to ramp up the hurling'
Tony Kelly has missed the Banner’s opening two games against Cork and Wexford.
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# Dual Stars
Clare hurling duo aiming for novel county senior double in upcoming finals
Aidan and Jason McCarthy are involved with Inagh-Kilnamona and Kilmurry-Ibrickane.
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Clare All-Ireland winner saves late penalty as Inagh-Kilnamona reach first senior hurling final
After a three-point win today, Inagh-Kilnamona will now take on Ballyea or Newmarket-on-Fergus in the final.
# Make it happen
'It is frustrating because the year ends so rapidly' - Collins explains why players want football reform
Proposal B would guarantee every county seven championship games in the summer months.
# decisions decisions
Clare GAA offer new three-year term to hurling boss Lohan
The Banner county say he is ‘aware of the recommendation.’
# It's all good
Benitez says Everton fans are 'supportive' after threatening banner appears close to his home
The incident is being investigated by Merseyside Police.
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Police investigate anti-Benitez protests over potential Everton appointment
There has been considerable opposition among some sections of Everton’s fanbase to the likelihood of Benitez becoming boss.
# David Tubridy
From Tommy Murphy Cup debut to Division 1 bid in 15th season as Clare star
The veteran forward continues to be central to the Clare football cause.
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Clare pick up first league win thanks to strong second half against Laois
Shane O’Donnell played a part in both of the Banner’s goals.
# brilliant best
'Can you give Tony Kelly his All-Star now? You can, definitely'
The Clare man has shown his class in the 2020 hurling championship.
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Tony Kelly shows his class on a day when Clare hit top gear
Kelly’s tally of 1-15 included 1-6 from play as Clare dumped old boss Davy Fitzgerald out of the Championship.
# Lovely Hurling
Two championship debuts and Shanagher starts as Clare name team to face Laois
Brian Lohan has made four personnel changes in all for tomorrow’s Nowlan Park qualifier.
# Star Of The Show
'He’s a once-in-a-generation kind of player' - Kelly's brilliance lights up opening day in Munster
Clare’s main man stood up for his county in a remarkable individual display yesterday.
# clash of the ash
Tipperary progress, Antrim hurlers back in Division 1 and Clare name team for Munster opener
Here’s some of the day’s main hurling talking points.
# Cratloe
Clare club hit out at 'stigma' attached to players over positive Covid-19 cases
Cratloe are due to return to GAA championship action in the Banner county this weekend.
# breckan ball
A head-shot, an open goal and the bizarre decider in the Clare SFC
Jack Sheedy put the ball in the net twice in the space of mere seconds.
# Sean McMahon
'My ambition growing up was never to get to Croke Park, it was just if we could win one Munster'
Clare hurling great Sean McMahon is this week’s guest on the Warriors podcast.
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Quiz: How well do you remember Clare's great 90s hurling team?
It was the decade of the Banner roar. Let’s test your knowledge.
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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.
# Onwards
Injury-time winner sends Limerick's young guns into Munster U20 football semi-final
The Treaty will face Kerry next week.
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Kelly stars for 14-man Clare as Lohan gets the better of former teammate Fitzgerald
John Conlon was shown a straight red-card for a blow on Kevin Foley in the first half.
0-14 for Tipperary's Forde but McCarthy grabs the Clare winner in Munster tie
830 people at McDonagh Park in Nenagh today.
# Gilly The Great
23 years after All-Ireland club win, Clare great brings curtain down on club playing career
Niall Gilligan’s Sixmilebridge career drew to a a close yesterday.
# Bowing out
Mulqueen withdraws from Clare manager race to leave Lohan as only candidate
Mulqueen released a statement this evening to reveal his decision.
# Job hunt
All eyes on Clare and Galway as search for hurling managers for 2020 season gathers pace
Clare and Galway are the last two key inter-county hurling posts to be filled.
# final hurdle
Cratloe set up historic Clare decider with neighbours after hitting 3-24 in semi-final win
Sixmilebridge await in the decider.
# hate
PSG game halted over homophobic banner
Referee Frank Schneider stopped play briefly after 20 minutes.
# papal tribute
Legia Warsaw fans unfurled a giant banner of Pope John Paul II at Ibrox
It came after Rangers supporters were charged by Uefa for sectarian chanting.
# Rebel Roar
Turnbull and O'Regan star as Cork see off Clare to reach Munster hurling final
Next up for the Rebels is Tipperary in the decider.
AS IT HAPPENED
Meath vs Clare, All-Ireland SFC qualifiers
We went minute-by-minute as Meath and Clare went head-to-head at O’Moore Park.
# Contenders
'It'd be a travesty if they don't win more' - Clare are potential All-Ireland champions, says Cusack
Donal Óg Cusack was speaking on The Sunday Game last night.
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O'Donnell and Conlon part of Clare team to face Waterford
Shane O’Donnell missed the league due to his studies in the US, while John Conlon suffered an ankle injury.
# Treatment Table
Clare planning without injured trio ahead of start of 2019 Munster campaign
Jamie Shanahan, Ian Galvin and Conor McGrath are all set to be absent.
# 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.
# Team news
Clare make two tweaks ahead of Wexford clash
Donal Tuohy and Patrick O’Connor come into the Banner’s starting XV
# Walking Away
Clare's 2013 All-Ireland winning full-back has retired
Cian Dillon announced his decision this evening.
# Land down under
Clare dual star signs pro deal with AFLW side Adelaide Crows
‘As soon as I realised, I couldn’t believe it,’ Ailish Considine said.