Clare boss Brian Lohan feels the performances of the younger players was a major positive in their opening game of the National Hurling league.
The 4-27 to 0-14 win over Westmeath saw a number of competitive debuts under Lohan’s watch, with Parteen’s Jack Kirwan, Feakle’s Adam Hogan and Kilmihil’s Gearoid O’Grady all putting in impressive showings.
Up next for Clare is a trip to the Gaelic Grounds to face Limerick on Saturday evening next, with key players like Mark Rodgers also having Fitzgibbon Cup duty to contend with this week.
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Lohan says those who got their opportunity were impressive.