Ballyea coach Fergal Hegarty is confident they are fully prepared for a shot at the All Ireland Club Hurling title on St Patricks Day.
Dublin’s Cuala await in Croke Park this Friday, with both sides bidding lift the Tommy Moore Cup for the first time in their history.
Hegarty, who won 2 All Irelands with Clare in the 90’s, says they’ve produced consistent performances throughout the championship to date.
Meanwhile a two All Ireland winning Clare captain feels it will be a game that will go right to the wire before a winner is known.
Clarecastle’s Anthony Daly, a former Dublin manager, says it’s going to be a great occasion for hurling supporters in the county
Clare FM will broadcast a special show tonight live from Treacys West County Hotel starting at 8pm to look ahead to Friday’s game, with everyone invited to come along and share in the occasion