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This year
O'Loughlin fires 2-9 as Clonlara land first Clare senior hurling title in 15 years
Underdogs Crusheen put up a fight but class of unbeaten champions shines through.
Last year
Gavin, Kelly and Deasy combine to send Ballyea into Clare senior final
Clare champions Ballyea have qualified for their fourth senior final in seven years after deservedly seeing off the challenge of Cratloe on Saturday afternoon.
All time
Anthony Daly joins Clarecastle's management team
Daly won five county titles and a Munster crown as a player with his native club.
Ballyea save their best till last to clinch Clare hurling title against Inagh/Kilnamona
Without Tony Kelly, Ballyea hit four of the last five points to edge out Inagh/Kilnamona.
Sixmilebridge and Ballyea discover fate in Clare hurling semi-final draw
Feakle, Eire Óg and O’Callaghan Mills were also in the hat.
Passage sneak past Mount Sion to set-up Ballygunner showdown
There were wins for Eire Og and O’Callaghans Mills in Clare.
Tony Kelly lands 1-9 to steer Ballyea back into Clare hurling final
Ballyea are back in the decider for the second time in three years.
Sixmilebridge make most of second opportunity to take 13th Clare crown after replay
There was six points between the sides at the final whistle.
Peter Duggan saves deserved draw for Clooney-Quin with last puck of Clare hurling final
Seadna Morey looked to have snatched the county title for Sixmilebridge with an injury-time point.
All-Ireland hurling finalists Ballyea dumped out in Clare, while Cork champions also bow out
There will be no repeat of last season for Tony Kelly or Patrick Horgan.
1997 Clare All-Ireland winner helps Sixmilebridge to victory, while Cratloe fall to shock defeat
Munster champions Ballyea opened their title defence in style.
Here are the draws for the 2017 Clare county senior championships
There are some fascinating ties in both the hurling and football championships.
History for Ballyea as they secure first-ever Clare hurling title
Goals from Gary Brennan and Niall Deasy secured victory in the replay at Cusack Park.
Tony Kelly nearly won his club a first Clare SHC title before Cathal O'Connell's late point
Clonlara and Ballyea will do it all again in two weeks.
Close shave! Clare's most successful hurling club preserve senior status with replay win
County senior star Colin Ryan was in excellent form for Newmarket-on-Fergus as they staved off the threat of relegation.
Sixmilebridge see off 2014 Munster finalists Cratloe in Clare senior hurler thriller
Clonlara, Kilmaley and Crusheen booked semi-final places yesterday.
Hat-trick for McGrath, 1-3 for Podge as Cratloe hurlers keep Clare double dream alive
Cratloe ran out five-point winners to set a county final date with Crusheen.
14-man Crusheen hold off Clonlara to book Clare final return
John Conlon’s late 20-metre free was blocked away as Crusheen held on for a two-point win.
John Conlon scored 3-11 as Clonlara advanced to the Clare SHC semi-finals
Cratloe and Crusheen also advanced to the last four.
Newmarket against Crusheen the pick of the Clare SHC quarter-finals
The draw for the last eight was made this evening.
Here's the round-up of today's club GAA key games
Sixmilebridge booked their place in the Clare SHC final.
Here are all the results from yesterday's GAA club action
Several games took place on Saturday, and there was excitement and last-minute drama in abundance.