Clare’s Seadna Morey feels it’s crucial the entire squad put their shoulder to the wheel in the effort to reach another Munster Hurling Final.
The Banner welcome Limerick to Cusack Park for a sold out clash on Sunday afternoon with the winners booking their spot in the provincial decider.
Morey was one of those who was called from the bench during last weekends win over Tipperary and played a key role in Clare’s late scores to seal the victory.
The 2013 All Ireland winner says they need to keep their feet grounded ahead of the clash with Limerick.
Meanwhile Limerick boss John Kiely insists no one in their camp is getting carried away ahead of Sunday’s game.
The Treatymen have been in great form so far in the championship with two wins and draw from their three ties to date, including a demolition of Waterford in the Gaelic Grounds last weekend.
Kiely insists their results so far will count for little unless they back it up on Sunday.