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Limerick exiting the championship to Clare was ‘inconceivable’ – Kiely

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*John Kiely & Donal Moloney on the sideline. Photograph: Martin Connolly Defeat to Clare on Sunday would have meant Limerick were the earliest All-Ireland champions to bow out in the subsequent campaign since Tipperary’s departure from the 1992 championship, such an outcome was “inconceivable” according to John Kiely.

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Nightmare outing as Limerick rip Clare apart

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*Aaron Gillane in action with Jack Browne. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare have lost their second successive Munster senior hurling championship game in the space of a week, falling down at the expense of All-Ireland champions Limerick in a dreadful display.

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Cleary returns to Clare team as Kiely drops Morrissey

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*Conor Cleary attempts to block Cian Lynch. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare have made just one change to their starting team from that which suffered a thirteen point defeat to Tipperary on Sunday, Limerick have also made one alteration to their lineup.

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Kiely felt Limerick received stricter punishment than Clare from referee

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Limerick senior hurling manager, John Kiely felt they experienced more extreme measures from the referee over indiscipline than their Clare counterparts on Sunday.

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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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One Clare change as Deasy replaces Conlon

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*Niall Deasy & Michael Breen. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare have made one change from the side which survived a Wexford comeback last weekend for Sunday’s final round of the Allianz NHL against Limerick. Ballyea’s Niall Deasy comes into the side in place of John Conlon. Despite management expressing confidence in the aftermath of Sunday’s three…

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Clare deserving of place in Munster Final

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Sunday’s defeat to Clare was the first time Limerick lost a seventy minute match this year. Like his Limerick players, manager John Kiely was visibly disappointed following their eleven point loss. In his view, there can be no arguments with the teams that qualified for the Munster Final. “All credit to Clare they found energy…

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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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Conlon wants Clare to be winning Munster titles

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A guaranteed place in the Munster Senior Hurling final awaits the winners of Clare and Limerick. John Conlon has been very impressed with what he’s seen from the opposition so far this year. “Limerick are fantastic this year, they’re the team to beat at the moment, themselves and Galway. We’ll be looking forward to it,…

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Podge & Seadna given starting spots instead of McGrath & Fitzgerald

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Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor have made two changes to their Clare team ahead of Sunday’s Munster SHC meeting with Limerick. Seadna Morey and Podge Collins are handed starting positions on the back of their performances when introduced in last weekend’s two point win over Tipperary. David Fitzgerald and Conor McGrath are the players to…

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