*Peter Duggan tries to find a way through Matthew O’Hanlon and the Wexford defence. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill

Clare’s senior hurlers are returning to Croke Park for the first time since 2018.

They clawed their way back from a six point deficit to eliminate Wexford from the All-Ireland SHC for the third year in succession.

On the latest episode of The Water Break, we’re joined by former Clare Camogie Player of the Decade, Deirdre Murphy & ex Clare defender Gerry Quinn.

Items on the agenda:

  • a turning point for the season
  • match ups
  • a bounce from the Banner public
  • Brian Lohan’s influence in a dressing room
  • no nonsense decisions
  • preparing for the Kilkenny Cats

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