Clare’s Tony Kelly has been credited with bringing his game to another level as Clare sealed their place in the quarter-finals of the All-Ireland senior hurling championship and has been described by Fergal Hegarty as the county’s greatest hurler.
“The reality of the situation is so fluid that one can only look at the first game. We are delighted to be back hurling. Nobody knows what way things will be in a month’s time. We are all delighted there is hurling, as the community revolves around the GAA club”.
*Aidan McCarthy hit the winning score for Clare. Photograph: Martin Connolly Brian Lohan’s first competitive game as Clare senior hurling manager has ended in a one point win over All-Ireland champions Tipperary.
*Tulla’s David McInerney. Photograph: Martin Connolly David McInerney will captain the Clare senior hurlers for the first time when Brian Lohan’s men begin their Munster Senior Hurling League campaign away to All-Ireland champions, Tipperary on Sunday.
*Donal Tuohy. Photograph: Martin Connolly In the ten years that he has been on the Clare senior hurling panel, Donal Tuohy has noted a change in his contribution to the squad and how the importance of puckouts has escalated, this Sunday he is hoping glory away days in Waterford will be repeated as the Munster …