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*Cian O’Dea. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill

Ulster champions, Derry proved a level above Clare in Saturday’s All-Ireland SFC quarter-final.

For Colm Collins’ charges, they never settled into proceedings and the concession of 2-01 before they registered a score didn’t help matters.

On the latest episode of The Water Break, Páraic McMahon is joined by current Clare U20 manager, Michael Neylon to reflect on the contest.

Items covered:

  • Written off from the outset, was there sufficient belief in the Clare ranks
  • How detrimental was the early concession of 2-01 & Paul Cassidy’s goal on the stroke of half time.
  • Root cause of the defensive frailties
  • Attempts to break down the Derry wall
  • Future changes to the Banner ranks
  • Contenders for All Star nominees
  • What is needed to change the psyche of viewing a quarter-final appearance as an achievement

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