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*Clare’s Jamie Malone. Photograph: Martin Connolly

Clare’s senior footballers have been handed a very stern test for this year’s Munster championship.

A knock-out system is to be followed once again for this year’s Munster senior football championship.

Colm Collins’ side have been paired against Kerry in the Munster quarter-final, the winner of which will advance to a semi-final with Tipperary. The counties last met in the 2019 championship when Kerry recorded a six point victory in Cusack Park.

In last season’s championship, Clare suffered a three point loss to Tipperary in the Munster quarter-final. The Premier County went on to become provincial champions. It took extra time as Kerry exited at the Munster semi-finals to Cork last year which significant pressure placed on Peter Keane in the aftermath of the contest.

Daniel Walsh who was recently named as the Daniel Madigan players’ player of the year within the Kilmurry Ibrickane club, Aaron Griffin of Lissycasey and Ennistymon’s Dara Conneally are among the new additions to Collins’ panel.

Both Gary Brennan and Gordon Kelly have previously confirmed they will not be part of the Clare squad this year.

Munster SFC Quarter-Finals:
Clare vs Kerry
Waterford vs Limerick

Munster SFC Quarter-Finals:
Tipperary vs Clare/Kerry
Cork vs Waterford/Limerick

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