*Clare’s Daithí Lohan. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill

DAITHÍ LOHAN has recovered from injury to take his place in the Clare side vying for Munster glory on Monday evening.

Terence Fahy’s charges have been given a boost with news that the Wolfe Tones has defender has been passed fit to start Monday’s final against Cork in the Gaelic Grounds.

Lohan was particularly impressive in Clare’s nine point semi-final win over Tipperary but his involvement was cut short prematurely with what was feared to be a serious knee injury. The Shannon native is named to start at centre back as Clare go in search of a first provincial title at the grade since 2014.

It’s an unchanged team from that which took to the field in Semple Stadium last Monday and includes six members of Brian Lohan’s extended senior panel, namely John Conneally at full-back, corner back Ian MacNamara, wing-back Oran Cahill and the entire half-forward line of Oisin O’Donnell, Patrick Crotty and Keith Smyth.

Midfield pairing Sean Rynne and Jack O’Neill have been among Clare’s consistent championship performers while they are without captain Adam Hogan, the Feakle man misses out on the Munster final due to the seven day eligibility rule, he has started all three championship games for the county seniors.

7:30pm is the start time for Monday’s final with Michael Kennedy appointed as the match referee.

Clare:
1: Aaron Shanahan (Tulla)

2: Oisin Clune (Feakle)
3: John Conneally (Clooney/Quin)
4: Ian MacNamara (Killanena)

5: Jarlath Collins (Éire Óg)
6: Daithí Lohan (Wolfe Tones)
7: Oran Cahill (Éire Óg)

8: Sean Rynne (Inagh/Kilnamona)
9: Jack O’Neill (Clooney/Quin)

10: Oisin O’Donnell (Crusheen)
11: Patrick Crotty (Scariff)
12: Keith Smyth (Killanena)

13: David Kennedy (Sixmilebridge)
14: Senan Dunford (Tubber)
15: Gearoid Sheedy (Ogonnelloe)

Subs:
16: Adam Enright (Newmarket-on-Fergus)
17: Ronan O’Connor (Feakle)
18: Colm Cleary (O’Callaghans Mills)
19: John Cahill (Clooney/Quin)
20: Conor Whelan (Whitegate)
21: Niall O’Farrell (Broadford)
22: Diarmuid Stritch (Clonlara)
23: Keelan Haritgan (Scariff)
24: James Doherty (Clarecastle)

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