Clare host Waterford this afternoon in the final round robin tie of this years Munster hurling championship.
Brian Lohan’s side are already guaranteed their place in the provincial decider, with Waterford needing a win to give themselves any chance of staying alive in this years championship.
Should Tipperary and Waterford win today, the third placed team to go through to the All Ireland series will be decided on scoring difference, while a Rebel win in Thurles will be enough to send them through regardless of the result in Cusack Park.
Throw in this afternoon is at 4pm with commentary on Clare FM in association with Matt Waters Clare Fruit & Veg, and Geraghty’s Spar and Off License, Turnpike Ennis
The curtain raiser today sees Clare’s junior camogie side take on Mayo in the All Ireland championship from 2pm