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The captain of the Kilmaley side preparing for Munster Club Championship action says they're relishing the tag of underdogs.
Ahead of their opening round of the Munster Club Hurling championship, Cratloe captain Liam Markham admits their county final success was a huge relief for the club.
Cratloe captain Liam Markham says the club are aware of their responsibility they carry as they set out on a dual Munster club campaign.
Kilmaley captain Claire McMahon says her side will take great confidence from their county final win when they take on Milford in the Munster championship.
Ahead of this weekends Cusack Cup final, Kilmurry Ibrickane manager Dermot Coughlan says the game represents a chance for the younger members of his side to claim silverware.
Cratloe manager Joe McGrath says he's hoping for a good return from his forwards when they take to the field in Walsh Park on Sunday.
Cratloe manager Joe McGrath says the experience his side have gained in recent years will be an important factor in their Munster Club Quarter Final.
Diamuid Connolly of Dublin and Cillian O'Connor of Mayo have both been awarded their first All-Stars.
Clare's Under-21 Hurlers will begin the defence of their Munster title at the semi-final stage next year, against Cork or Waterford.
Clare will take on Tipperary in the final of the Munster Under-17 Football Competition.
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