Stopping Wexford’s running game is key to Clare securing a win in Saturday’s All-Ireland SHC knockout qualifier tie according to The Clare Echo’s columnist Darach Honan.
A Clare TD has urged broadcasters to televise the keenly anticipated meeting of Clare and Wexford in the All-Ireland SHC.
Clare’s senior hurlers must overcome former manager Davy Fitzgerald and his Wexford side if they are to remain in the All-Ireland SHC.
Clare’s senior hurlers have discovered the side they will face in a bid to get their season back on track.
Leaders will be required in abundance as Clare prepare to take on Limerick in Sunday’s Munster SHC qualifier, David Fitzgerald is hopeful to be chief among them for the men in saffron and blue.
Sixmilebridge have claimed the Clare SHC for the fifteenth time overcoming neighbours O’Callaghans Mills by eight points on Sunday afternoon.
O’Callaghans Mills contest a first Clare SHC final since 1993 on Sunday and once again they will face off with dear neighbours Sixmilebridge in the county decider.
Securing the services of Donach O’Donnell as manager and coach for this year was a definite coup for O’Callaghans Mills but the biggest prize of all is up for grabs when they face neighbours Sixmilebridge on Sunday.
Hurling is the world’s fastest field game played on grass, for thousands exponents of the art form they have flocked to Torpeys in their endeavours to master the craft.
Six years separated Conor Clancy first taking on Offaly in an All-Ireland Final and the 1995 decider, how Clare prepared was crucial to reversing the outcome in his opinion.