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Ged continuing to forge excellence in coaching career

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*Ged McNamara. Photograph: Joe Buckley Stonehall’s Ged McNamara is striving to produce Munster players that will rival the best of New Zealand’s offering in years to come as he assumes a new role with the province.

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Darach Honan: Clare management need to be brave with selection

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*David McInerney & Aaron Gillane stretch for the sliotar. Photograph: Martin Connolly Darach Honan dissects where it went wrong for Clare in Sunday’s eighteen point defeat to neighbours Limerick.

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O’Connor thought Clare had secured the win

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There were ups and downs a plenty in Clare and Galway’s drawn All-Ireland SHC semi-final, the Tribesmen started the better but it looked like the Banner were rising at the right time and their captain Patrick O’Connor thought they had the game. Tubber’s O’Connor felt Aron Shanagher’s goal was going to be the turning point…

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Donal never doubted Clare players

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With fifteen minutes played, Galway led Clare 1-07 to a single point, despite the gap joint manager Donal Moloney always believed his players would come up with the goods. That they did as they forced a draw with the reigning All-Ireland champions and indeed they could have dethroned them. However with time running out it…

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Clare name same team for Galway semi-final

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Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor have named an unchanged Clare team for Saturday’s All-Ireland SHC semi-final against reigning champions Galway. In the county’s first hurling outing in Croke Park since 2013, management have opted to remain with the same team that defeated Wexford and Limerick and lost to Cork in the provincial final for Saturday’s…

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Waterford to be without Gleeson & Mahony for Clare clash

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Austin Gleeson and Pauric Mahony have been ruled out of the Waterford team that plays Clare in Cusack Park on Sunday. Management confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that the pair will miss their opening game in this year’s Munster championship due to injury, having first been reported by The Irish Examiner. Gleeson a former Hurler of…

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