*Tadhg Lohan is included in the starting team at corner forward. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill

CLARE’s minor hurling team shows one change for Monday’s All-Ireland quarter-final against Wexford.

Brian O’Connell’s charges will be looking to bounce back from their seven point Munster final loss to Tipperary when they meet Wexford in the All-Ireland quarter-final at 3pm in Semple Stadium.

For this tie, Tadhg Lohan has been introduced to the starting team in place of Jerry O’Connor. Lohan was industrious when brought on as a substitute for the final quarter of the provincial final held on May 20th. He is included in the full-forward line with Paul Rodgers and Liam Murphy.

Full-forward on last year’s All-Ireland and Munster winning side Marc O’Brien remains sidelined through injury.

In his absence, Harry Doherty captains the side at wing forward with his clubmate Conor Ralph on the other wing and Clooney/Quin’s Patrick Finnernan at centre forward.

Matthew Crotty continues between the posts with the full-back line comprises of Darren Moroney, Seán McNamara and Seán Óg Kilkenny.

Ruan’s James Cullinan anchors the team at centre back with Dara Kennedy and Rian Mulcahy on the wings while midfield is made up of Graham Ball and Matthew Corbett.

Clare:
1: Matthew Crotty (Scariff)

2: Darren Moroney (Éire Óg)
3: Seán McNamara (Clooney/Quin)
4: Seán Óg Kilkenny (Bodyke)

5: Dara Kennedy (Ballyea)
6: James Cullinan (Ruan)
7: Rian Mulcahy (Éire Óg)

8: Graham Ball (St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield)
9: Matthew Corbett (Clooney/Quin)

10: Conor Ralph (Clarecastle)
11: Patrick Finnernan (Clooney/Quin)
12: Harry Doherty (Clarecastle)

13: Tadhg Lohan (Cratloe)
14: Paul Rodgers (Scariff)
15: Liam Murphy (O’Callaghans Mills)

Subs:
16: Jack Lovett (Broadford)
17: Ryan Hayes (Tulla)
18: Éanna Collins (Scariff)
19: Evan Crimmins (Newmarket-on-Fergus)
20: Darragh McNamara (Clooney/Quin)
21: Darragh Ball (St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield)
22: Jerry O’Connor (Clooney/Quin)
23: Roan McDermott (Éire Óg)
24: Michael Vaughan (Broadford)
25: Cillian McGrath (Clonlara)
26: Luke McGuane (Inagh/Kilnamona)
27: Jack O’Halloran (Sixmilebridge)
28: Jake Gibbons (Whitegate)
29: Eoin Fitzpatrick (Banner)
30: Cian O’Callaghan (Ballyea)
31: Marc O’Brien (Cratloe)
32: Darragh Dillon (Clonlara)
33: Conor Geraghty (Smith O’Briens)
34: Mark Mullins (Sixmilebridge)
35: Aaron Moloney (Killanena)

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