It’s two wins from two outings for Clare’s senior hurlers with hopes high of more to come in the Munster SHC and All-Ireland campaign.

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The Clare Echo’s Páraic McMahon is joined by two-time All-Ireland winner Michael O’Halloran and former Clare camogie player of the decade, Deirdre Murphy to assess Sunday’s win.

Topics on the agenda include:
-Tireless and tigerish approach
-Lohan’s lift for Clare supporters
-Sending off of Ian Galvin
-Sweeping the breaks
-Halla’s upcoming task of standing between Davy Fitz & Brian Lohan

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