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Clare hurling boss Davy Fitzgerald says his side are looking forward to getting Championship 2015 underway.
Éire Óg manager James Hanrahan has tipped the strength of his side's panel as a potential factor in Sunday's County Final against Cratloe.
Both the Clare senior hurlers and footballers will begin next year's Munster campaigns in Quarter-Final meetings with Limerick.
Sunday sees the Clare Senior Camogie Final, with Clooney/Quin going up against Kilmaley in Clarecastle.
Attention turns towards 2015 from tonight when the county's senior sides will find out their first opponents of next year's Championship.
Conor McGrath has been announced as the only Clare nominee for a Hurling All-Star.
Tulla's David McInerney has been named on the Ireland team for this month's Senior Hurling/Shinty International Series against Scotland.
One of the Cratloe footballers looking to complete an historic double of Clare Senior Hurling and Football titles says the players are determined to repay the men who helped get them there.
A prominent member of the Eire Óg panel preparing for this weekend's County Final with Cratloe believes a win would be the ultimate morale booster for the club.
Rice College are in Dean Ryan Cup action today.