Clare’s senior hurlers are in quarter-final action today in the National Hurling League.
The Banner travel to Walsh Park to face Waterford with the winners qualifying for next week’s semi-finals.
There must be a winner on the day with two periods of extra-time and possibly penalties set to be used to separate the teams.
Throw-in is at 3pm and we’ll have live coverage here on Clare FM, in association with Matt Waters Clare Fruit & Veg Market Turnpike Road, and Geraghty’s spar and Offlicence Turnpike, Ennis.
Clare Joint Senior Hurling Managers Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor have made five changes from the side that drew with Limerick for Saturday’s National Hurling League quarter-final against Waterford.
O’Connor says they will gain some insight into travelling arrangements even if the hurling conditions will be different.
Former Waterford Hurling Manager Michael Ryan thinks their Munster Rivals is a step up from their round-robin games.
Clare’s two-time All-Star Brendan Bugler thinks they might hold something back this weekend.
Clare FM analyst Tommy Guilfoyle believes this contest will allow them continue their progress.