# Clare

Last year
# Banner Roar
Clare pull off incredible comeback to break Wexford hearts
They trailed by six points with 11 minutes to go.
# Concussion
Shane O'Donnell: 'I had accepted I wasn't ever going to hurl again. I was at peace with it'
The Clare star has enjoyed a fine run of form in a new role this season after enduring an extremely difficult 2021.
# All Square
Clare and Limerick play out thrilling draw to set up Munster final date
The two counties will meet again in the Munster SHC final following a gripping contest in Ennis.
# success
Galway end league campaign with deserved victory over Clare
It was a good workout for both sides as they now turn their attention to the championship.
# Mike Test
Mike Casey in line for long-awaited Limerick return as Kiely shuffles pack
John Kiely makes eight changes to the side which shipped a heavy defeat against Cork last week.
All time
# Speedster
All-Ireland winning defender unsure if he'll return to Clare fold in 2022
Séadna Morey: ‘It took its toll on my body and also it took its toll mentally. When you’re in inter-county, you prioritise everything towards it.’
# Last Four
Here are the draws for the Tipperary and Clare senior hurling semi-finals
Four big games on the cards.
# Blow
Tony Kelly could miss Clare's 2022 league following ankle surgery
The former Hurler of the Year appeared off the bench as Ballyea progressed to the Clare SHC semi-finals.
# Project Banner
Lohan 'happy' to accept Clare's offer of new three-year term
The legendary full-back’s new deal goes to the clubs for ratification.
# Best of the best
All-Ireland champions Limerick dominate Sunday Game Team of the Year
The panel also selected one player from each of Cork, Waterford, Kilkenny and Clare.
# Banner Blow
Clare blow as Shane O'Donnell set to miss Sunday's Championship opener vs Waterford
Clare FM report that O’Donnell suffered a concussion ahead of Clare’s league game against Kilkenny.
# Sharpshooter
'We're lucky enough that we have Tony' - Kelly's 20-point masterclass
Clare hurlers picked up their second straight league win yesterday.
# Star Man
Tony Kelly fires over 20 points as Clare defeat 14-man Dublin for second league victory
The Ballyea star returned from injury to fire Brian Lohan’s side to victory.
# another twist
HSE Mid-West did not review match footage before Clare hurlers were deemed close contacts
The fallout from the NHL fixture earlier this month continues.
# Banner
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.
# Covid-19
Two Clare hurlers ruled out following Wexford's positive Covid tests
The two Clare players were named as close contacts of the Wexford cases.
# Davy
'We're in a different world to when I was playing, there is way more pressure'
Davy Fitzgerald says he understands why some players feel the need to take a break from hurling.
# long read
'He read it and said: 'Tony you cannot publish this. If you do people will think you're weak''
Tony Griffin’s 2010 autobiography helped break the mould as an Irish sports star discussing his mental health. Now his new book is aimed at teenagers.
# Team news
Mullen makes injury return and Conlon at centre-back as Kilkenny and Clare unveil teams
Adrian Mullen will captain Kilkenny for the first time.
# Exit
All-Ireland winning defender opts out of Clare hurling set-up for 2021
Seadna Morey will continue to play for his club this season.
# Shortlist
14 players from Limerick as 8 counties feature in 2020 All-Star hurling nominations
Waterford, Galway, Kilkenny, Clare, Cork, Tipperary and Dublin also have players nominated.
# Tony Kelly
'Hopefully if we plague him enough he might come home' - Kelly on absent Clare stars and his 2020 brilliance
Tony Kelly reflects on the 2020 season after Clare’s championship exit.
# star men
Cavan and Clare stars are crowned the latest GAA player of the month winners
Thomas Galligan and Tony Kelly shone in the GAA championship in November.
# Déise Delight
Waterford bounce back to defeat Clare in six-goal clash and set up All-Ireland semi-final with Kilkenny
Liam Cahill’s side had nine points to spare in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Waterford v Clare, All-Ireland SHC quarter-final
The game at Pairc Ui Chaoimh started at 3.45pm.
# Teamsheets
Clare and Waterford unveil starting sides for tomorrow's All-Ireland quarter-final
Páirc Uí Chaoimh hosts tomorrow’s game at 3.45pm.
# Knockout Hurling
5 talking points after Clare, Waterford, Galway and Tipperary discover quarter-final tests
Páirc Uí Chaoimh is the stage for Clare and Waterford with the Gaelic Grounds hosting the meeting of Galway and Tipperary.
Clare v Wexford, All-Ireland SHC qualifier
The game in Portlaoise threw-in at 2pm.
# Ban
McInerney ruled out of Clare's clash with Wexford after red card appeal is rejected
The Clare Echo have reported that the midfielder’s one-match suspension will stand.
# Backdoor
14-man Clare hold out to secure one-point victory over Laois as Kelly fires 0-13
Laois registered three goals and fought right to the death.
# 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.
# Up and Running
Tony Kelly hits 0-17 but Limerick's dominance books Munster semi-final spot and lands league title
Semple Stadium hosted today’s game.
# Team news
Limerick make full-back line changes and Clare bring in two championship newcomers
The counties meet tomorrow in Semple Stadium.
# Hurling
Jackie Tyrrell: 'That will be the first challenge keeping your guys on the field fit and healthy'
The Kilkenny All-Ireland winner looks ahead to the start of the hurling championship.
# Green Light
'It's a massive sense of safety for each player' - Hurling stars back GAA championship start
Tony Kelly and Cian Lynch are happy to see Sunday’s Munster hurling clash set to go ahead.
# 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.
# Fitz The Bill
Davy celebrates again in Clare as Sixmilebridge crowned senior hurling champions once more
An eight-point win for the ‘Bridge today over O’Callaghan Mills.
# the deise
'This game really put me on the map': When Shanahan blitzed Clare with an unbelievable hat-trick
In the first instalment of our Life Changing Moments podcast series with UPMC – Official Healthcare Partner of the GAA/GPA – the Waterford great relives his first goals in the Munster senior championship.
# 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.
# Banner
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.