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ANALYSIS: Ways for Clare hurlers to improve in 2021

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*Clare goalkeeper, Eibhear Quilligan. Photograph: Sport Action Photography

Clare’s hurlers hopes of returning to Croke Park for the first time since 2018 have to wait another year following Saturday’s defeat to Waterford.

The Clare Echo’s Head of News & Sport, Páraic McMahon is joined by two-time All-Ireland winner Stephen McNamara, Munster senior camogie championship winner Deirdre Murphy and 2013 All-Ireland medallist Darach Honan. They begin the post-mortem to reflect on Clare’s exit from the All-Ireland SHC at the hands of Waterford.

They assess whether Waterford were a level above Clare or if three games in as many weekends was a factor to the result. The trio also identify ways for Clare to improve next year and lessons learned by Brian Lohan in his first year in the hotseat.

Watch or listen below.

An avid reader from a young age, Cian’s love of the archives has been shared by Clare Echo readers who enjoy his Reeling in The Years section. Charles Dickens, Terry Pratchett and Michael Crichton were his favourites writers in his younger years while he was always a fan of studying the opinion columns in The Irish Independent. A past pupil of Lissycasey National School and St Flannan’s College, he is currently completing his final year studies at the University of Limerick in New Media and English. From September, he will be commencing a Masters Degree in Journalism at UL.

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