Clare’s senior hurling captain says the team can stand behind their Munster semi-final win over Limerick after a bad run of championships.
The Banner emerged victorious in Thurles at the weekend, securing a first Munster Senior Hurling Final since 2008.
Two Shane O’Donnell goals set Clare off to an early lead but Limerick then netted 1-3 unanswered.
A strong second half performance led to Clare eventually emerging 3-17 to 2-16 winners at Semple Stadium.
The next challenge will be either Cork or Waterford in the final on July 9th.
Tubber clubman Pat O’Connor it was a welcome win to get under their belts:
Waterford take on Cork in Semple Stadium in just under two weeks time to decide who will win the other place in this year’s final.
Sixmilebridge’s Seadna Morey, who notched up one point in Clare’s semi-final win, says they will continue to focus on their own performance in preparation for the final and not on the opponents: