Tony Kelly has been named as a 2020 All Star off the back of one of his greatest years in the Clare jersey.
Tony Kelly is on the shortlist for Hurler of the Year while he is one of four Clare men nominated for All Stars.
After the joy of last week’s triumph over Wexford, the Clare hurlers and their supporters suffered the disappointment of a loss to Waterford. This was a game in which we experienced the full range of emotions as Clare’s performance ebbed and flowed after a terrible start.
Waterford have ended Clare’s involvement in the 2020 All-Ireland SHC.
“Anything could happen” with only six teams left standing in the race for the Liam McCarthy, Clare’s Tony Kelly has outlined.
Clare have narrowly overcome the challenge of Laois to secure their place in the second phase of the All-Ireland SHC qualifiers.
Kilmaley bounced back from their opening round disappointment to eventually get past Wolfe Tones and seal their spot in the Clare SHC quarter-finals.
The emphatic final margin may have been rather flattering but there’s no doubt that Wolfe Tones fully merited their confidence-boosting start to this year’s championship on Saturday evening.
Wolfe Tones are not viewing the opening outing of the Clare SHC as a dead-rubber.
*Tony Kelly. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Clare qualified for the semi-finals of the Allianz National Hurling League for the first time…