Kerry unbackable favorites to retain Munster once more.
Arguably the biggest game in the Munster championship takes place this week between Cork and Clare. Huge implications for both, on who competes in Sam Maguire and who competes in the Tailteann Cup based on that result.
Clare v Cork teams
Clare without Cian O’Dea while midfielder Darren O’Neill only listed on the bench coming back from an injury.
Cork Captain Brian Hurley not fit enough to make the 26
Not a pretty first half in Ennis. Just one point from play for Cork. All 4 of Clare’s points have come from play but the trail by two points.
Tipp up 3 on Waterford at Semple Stadium at HT. Steven O’Brien has the goal for the Premier County and 1-3 to his name in total.
Clare v Cork sounds like an exciting match.
14 mins left.
A goal from Darragh Corcoran put Waterford in front briefly.
Stephen Quirke’s major puts Tipp back up 3 into the last ten minutes.
Clare up 13-12 after Eoin Cleary’s free puts them back in front. The Banner boys have given this a right go in the second half. Into the last 5 minutes.
Exciting stuff in Munster.
Keelan Sexton has been the outstanding forward for Clare with 4 points from play.
4 mins additional in Clare v Cork game.
Messing with players coming on to pitch again. Did Sweeney get a yellow card for it?
Attendance of 3661 in Cusack Park this early April afternoon. 3 minutes into added time Clare still up 1.
Kevin O’Donovan with the equalizer for the Rebels in the 74th minute!