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DARACH HONAN: Alter half-back line & greater attacking support for Tony Kelly will see Clare beat Waterford

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Fresh from being one of the few pundits in the country to correctly call a Clare victory Wexford, Darach Honan has backed the Banner to do the business in the All-Ireland quarter-finals but said greater support for Tony Kelly in attack is crucial to this.

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Lohan admires spirit of Clare panel

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Brian Lohan has hailed the spirit of his Clare charges as they secured the county’s place in the All-Ireland quarter-finals.

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‘Anything could happen in strange championship’ as Clare reach last six – Tony Kelly

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“Anything could happen” with only six teams left standing in the race for the Liam McCarthy, Clare’s Tony Kelly has outlined.

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McInerney’s appeal to rescind red card is rejected

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Clare will be without captain David McInerney for Saturday’s crunch qualifier with Wexford. McInerney was shown a straight red card…

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Lohan relieved to see off Laois and remain in championship hunt

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A relieved Clare boss, Brian Lohan has voiced his frustration with the sending off of captain David McInerney.

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Too close for comfort but Clare overcome Laois

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Clare have narrowly overcome the challenge of Laois to secure their place in the second phase of the All-Ireland SHC qualifiers.

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Kelly masterclass not enough as Limerick knock Clare out of Munster championship

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Not even an unprecedented 17 point masterclass from Tony Kelly could prevent neighbours Limerick from securing the double boost of National League honours and a Munster Semi-Final spot in Semple Stadium, Thurles this afternoon.

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Mark Rodgers impresses as Scariff advance at Tulla’s expense

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Scariff qualified for the Clare IHC semi-finals for the second year upsetting neighbours Tulla on Sunday afternoon.

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Tubber & Doora/Barefield avoid big upsets in Clare IHC second round

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It’s the view of many Clare GAA followers that the intermediate hurling championship is a particularly difficult competition to win.

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Focus remains on summer for David McInerney

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*David McInerney. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Clare’s group stage run in the Allianz National Hurling League is as good as can…

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