St. Breckan’s seek to create history today when they take on Kerry’s Templenoe in the Munster intermediate football final.
The Kingdom side are aiming to follow colleagues Ardfert, St. Mary’s, Kenmare Shamrocks, An Gaeltacht and Kilcummin and secure a sixth successive title for the county.
St. Breckan’s are chasing Clare’s first ever win at this grade in their first final appearance since 2010.
Throw-in at Mallow is 1.30pm and we’ll have live coverage here on Clare FM in association with McDermott’s Traditional Pub, Doolin.
St. Breckan’s boss Donie Garrihy has praised his squad’s approach.
Captain Alan Sweeney says the pressure is off St. Breckan’s and they’ll play with no fear.
Templenoe manager John Rice says they are not expecting to have everything their own way.
Former Clare manager John Kennedy says the Kenmare side don’t just depend on their Kerry players.
Clare FM senior football analyst Joe Garry thinks the ability of St. Breckan’s to find the net will be key.