# Cusack Park

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# 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.
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# Division 2
14-man Cork win by a point but Clare take promotion play-off spot as Tubridy hits 1-8
John O’Rourke hit the winner as Cork won the game by 0-22 to 1-18.
# 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.
# under the weather
Patrick Horgan: 'It was the worst I ever saw, you could hardly hold your hurley up'
The weather conditions marred the second half of Sunday’s game in Ennis.
# Lovely Hurling
0-13 for Conway as Kerry claim key Joe McDonagh Cup victory against Westmeath
Fintan O’Connor’s side bounced back from their opening round defeat to Antrim with a narrow win in Mullingar on Saturday.
# promotion hopes
Meath on the cusp of return to top-flight for the first time since 2006 after overcoming Clare
Andy McEntee’s side are on the brink of promotion after their five-point win at Cusack Park.
# Game off
Weather hits as Meath's league clash with Clare is postponed
They will now meet tomorrow afternoon at 2pm in Cusack Park.
# 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.
# Round-Up
Waterford secure first ever All-Ireland quarter-final spot as impressive Cats join Cork in semis
There were big wins for the Déise, Kilkenny and Tipperary in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship.
# 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.
# 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.
# Team news
Clare and Limerick prepare for battle as teams announced for Munster U21 hurling quarter-final
The sides clash in Ennis later on today for a place in the final four.
# 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.
# Team news
Banner make 10 changes ahead of Cusack Park showdown with Cork
Clare welcome Cork to Ennis as they aim to make it back-to-back wins in the Munster Senior Hurling League on Sunday afternoon.
# History makers
St Loman's progress to first Leinster senior final where boss Dempsey prepares to face former side
The Westmeath champions scored a narrow victory over Simonstown.
# On to the next one
Relentless Cork fire six goals past Galway as they steamroll on for seven in-a-row
The reigning champions ran out 24-point winners at Cusack Park.
# all or nothing
Cork, Galway, Mayo and Donegal name sides for quarter-final double-header
There are two big clashes down for decision in Mullingar tomorrow.
# Raise the Banner
Clare kick on to Munster MFC semi-final following gutsy win over Tipperary
Limerick stand between the Banner and a Munster final spot.
# One-sided
Clare march on to Munster MFC quarter-finals after hammering Waterford
The Banner took control in the second half of tonight’s playoff, with corner forward Gearóid Cahill scoring a hat-trick of goals.
# Banner Control
Clare hand out 18-point beating to Waterford in Munster minor hurling opener
Midfielder Keith White top scored for the Banner in Ennis.
# fresh faces
Kieran Kingston hands league debuts to five U21s in new-look Cork side
The Rebels host Clare tomorrow night in the league opener.
Clare v Limerick, Cork v Tipperary, Kilkenny v Dublin - Sunday hurling tracker
Waterford also take on Galway in a busy day of Allianz hurling league action.
# what's in a name
Westmeath the latest county to sell naming rights as Cusack Park rebranded
Local engineering company provide financial boost for cash strapped board.
# Team news
Offaly unveil side to take on Clare in hurling qualifier
Offaly footballers have also named team to play Kildare.
# banner roars
Cratloe power past Thurles Sarsfields to book a place in Munster decider
Conor McGrath and Padraic Collins impress as the Clare champions qualify for their first ever provincial hurling final.
Clare v Wexford, All-Ireland SHC qualifiers
If you missed this afternoon’s clash in Cusack Park, you missed an absolute belter. Catch up with all the action in our minute-by-minute report here.
# slow burners
Kerry eventually hit their groove to reach 10th Munster final in 12 years
Clare led The kingdom at half-time but fell away in the second half.
# Deise
Rousing late comeback sees Waterford advance past Clare in Munster minors
The Banner were leading the quarter-final tie heading into the closing stage at Cusack Park.
# easy
VIDEO: All the goals as Clare put five past Waterford
The Banner County triumphed by a comprehensive score of 5-18 to 0-20.
# erne delight
Injury time winner from Woods gives Fermanagh victory over Westmeath
Peter Canavan has his first championship win with the Ernesiders as they progress to the next round of the qualifiers.
# Semi-final
St Brigid's are heading to Croker after dramatic win in Mullingar
The Roscommon side beat 14-men Crossmaglen Rangers by a single point at Cusack Park.
Ballymun Kickhams v Portlaoise, Leinster Club SFC Final
Thirty years after losing to the same opposition in the final, the north Dublin club win their first ever provincial crown after physically and tactically dominating the Laois side for three-quarters of the game. We had all the action and analysis right here.
Clare v Tipperary, Bord Gáis Energy Munster U21HC final
U21 hurling was the focus tonight in Cusack Park as Clare and Tipperary squared off in the Munster final. Here’s how the action unfolded.
# Preview
Clare v Waterford – Bord Gáis Energy Munster U21HC semi-final match guide
Tipperary qualified for the provincial U21 hurling final last night and tonight either Clare or Waterford will join them in that decider.
# Post-Match Debate
Talking Points: All-Ireland hurling qualifiers - Clare v Dublin and Cork v Offaly
There were plenty issues to debate in the wake of Saturday evening’s knockout hurling ties in Cusack Park and Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Clare v Dublin, All-Ireland SHC Qualifier Round Two
Clare and Dublin went head-to-head in Cusack Park to extend their 2012 championship campaign tonight. Here’s how it unfolded.
# Qualifiers
Clare make five changes for Dublin clash
The Banner have shaken up their side for tonight’s crunch hurling qualifier tie in Ennis.
# Waiting Game
Dubs wait on injured duo
Conal Keaney and Conor McCormack face a race against the clock if they are to feature in Ennis tomorrow evening.
# Qualifiers
Clare v Dublin - All-Ireland SHC qualifier round two match guide
They won All-Ireland titles together as players but Davy Fitzgerald and Anthony Daly will be locked in managerial combat for tomorrow’s eagerly-awaited All-Ireland SHC qualifier round two tie in Ennis.
# Opinion
Wednesday Watch: The Seanie Saga and Daly's Return
It’s been prolonged and messy but the story of the former Cavan and current Kildare footballer is unlikely to die down following Monday’s qualifier draw.