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Darach Honan: Clare gave up after Callanan’s goal

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*Seamus Callanan reacts quickest and buries the ball in the Clare goal despite Patrick O’Connor’s attempts. Photograph: Martin Connolly The Clare Echo’s Darach Honan reflects on Clare’s thirteen point defeat to Tipperary and looks at possible changes for Sunday’s must-win tie against Limerick.

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Tipp trounce Clare in Ennis

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*Patrick O’Connor under pressure from Seamus Callanan. Photograph: Gary Collins Tipperary have beaten Clare in the Munster SHC at Cusack Park for the first time since 1912 as they comprehensively dispatched of the Banner on Sunday. Tipperary 3-21 Clare 0-17 Venue: Cusack Park, Ennis

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Tuohy treating every match ‘like a Munster Final’

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*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…

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O’Donnell return a timely boost for Clare hurling

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*Shane O’Donnell in action alongside Conor McGrath. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s senior hurlers have received a timely boost just one month ahead of the start of their Munster championship campaign.

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No separating the neighbours in Cusack Park

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*Shane Golden. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare earned a share of the spoils against Limerick to keep their chances of making the knockout stages of the Allianz National Hurling League alive. Clare 2-11 Limerick 1-14 Venue: Cusack Park, Ennis

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Ryan always expected Wexford comeback

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*Diarmuid Ryan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Cutting down on the amount of frees conceded was worked on all week in training, it was evident in the eyes of Diarmuid Ryan whose focus has now switched to making the league quarter-finals. In 2017, the Mary Immaculate College student was wing back on the Clare minor side that…

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Duggan will remember All-Star year forever

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*Photograph by Martin Connolly A return to Croke Park for the first time in five years for the Clare senior hurlers stood out as one of the highlights of the sporting year in the county in 2018, with the new season already underway, Peter Duggan is hopeful 2019 will be as memorable. Prior to Christmas,…

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McInerney confident Clare can dethrone Galway

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Taking on Galway poses a difficult challenge for David McInerney and the Clare senior hurlers but the Tulla defender is adamant if they can get over their neighbours it will be difficult to stop them. He agrees that the threat of Galway will be a very difficult one for them to curb but remains confident…

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Cork ‘not a bogey team’ – Moloney

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He’s managed Clare teams to win Munster and All-Ireland titles at minor and U21 level alongside Gerry O’Connor, now the challenge in front of Donal Moloney is to steer his side to success at senior level. Having managed the likes of Colm Galvin, Tony Kelly, David McInerney and co since they were 17, a smile…

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Clare qualify for Munster Final for second year in a row

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For the first time since 1999, Clare’s senior hurlers have qualified for back to back Munster Finals. Clare 0-26 Limerick 0-15 Venue: Cusack Park Limerick suffered their most comprehensive defeat of the year at the hands of a Clare side clearly lifted from their dramatic two point win over Tipperary seven days previous. At half…

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