Clare Look To Move Closer to NHL Quarter Finals

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Clare can take a huge step towards survival in the top tier National Hurling League this afternoon.

The defending champions take on Dublin in Cusack Park with both sides looking to register their second victory of the campaign.

There’s three changes from the side that lost to Tipperary, with David McInerney making his first appearance of 2017 as he lines out at corner back.


There are two switches in the forward line with Ian Galvin making his starting debut and Peter Duggan also coming in with Aaron Cunningham and Cathal McInerney making way.

Picture © Club Clare
Picture © Club Clare


Throw in this afternoon in Cusack Park is at 2pm, live commentary here on Clare FM in association with Matt Waters Clare Fruit & Veg Market Turnpike Road Ennis

Elsewhere, Waterford will also be eyeing a last-eight place when they face Cork at Walsh Park at the same time.

Cork have lost their last two games.

Division 1B table toppers Wexford are well primed for promotion ahead of their clash with Offaly at O’Connor Park.

Davy Fitzgerald’s men are unbeaten while Offaly failed to earn a point from three matches.

Elsewhere, second placed Galway travel to Tralee to take on Kerry.

Both those games get underway at 2pm.

Last night saw Tipperary and Kilkenny share the points under the lights in Thurles