3-18 - 3-27Full Time
Clare Hurlers
    Waterford Hurling
      • Clare 3-18 3-27 Waterford, Result

      • 74'

        Cathal Malone and Conor Gleeson trade scores

      • 70'

        Conor Gleeson point

      • 68'

        Patrick Curran point, Bennett with two points

      • 63'

        Bennett and Kelly trade scores

      • 60'

        Five points in it Bennett point

      • 57'

        Aidan McCarthy GOAL, 4pts in it

      • 56'

        Jamie Barron point

      • 55'

        Austin Gleeson point

      • 53'

        Clare point from free Tony Kelly

      • 51'

        16mins 2nd half Waterford (Port Lairge) : 3-16(25) Clare (An Clár) : 2-14(20) Jack Fagan point

      • 50'

        Tadhg De Burca point

      • 44'

        Ryan Taylor point

      • 44'

        Kieran Bennett point

      • 43'

        Cathal Malone and Dessie Hutchison scores

      • 39'

        Tony Kelly point

      • 36'

        Stephen Bennett point free & Neill Montgomery point

      • 35'

        Kieran Bennett point

      • 34'

        Stephen Bennett GOAL

      • 34'

        Tony Kelly free edges Clare in front

      • 31'

        Waterford (Port Lairge) : 2-9(15) Clare (An Clár) : 2-9(15) Stephen Bennett point

      • 28'

        Clare point from play Aaron Shannaghar

      • 29'

        Clare point from play Aaron Shannaghar

      • 26'

        Clare : 2-7(13) Waterford : 2-7(13) Clare point from play Shane O Donnell

      • 25'

        Stephen Bennett point free

      • 23'

        Austin Gleeson point

      • 22'

        Clare with another goal from play Aaron Shannaghar

      • 20'

        Clare goal from play Aaron Shannaghar

      • 17'

        Clare point from play Cathal Malone

      • 17'

        Clare 0-06 2-05 Waterford at the waterbreak

      • 17'

        Dessie Hutchinson point

      • 16'

        Tony Kelly free

      • 16'

        Kieran Bennett point

      • 15'

        Stephen Bennett point

      • 11'

        Stephen Bennett free

      • 10'

        Tony Kelly back on the pitch and hits over aa free

      • 10'

        Stephen Bennett point

      • 8'

        Disaster for Clare, Tony Kelly is down injured

      • 7'

        Dessie Hutchinson second GOAL

      • 7'

        David McInerney free

      • 6'

        Shane O’Donnell point

      • 4'

        Tony Kelly

      • 3'

        Dessie Hutchinson GOAL

      • Clare : Eibhear Quilligan; Rory Hayes, Conor Cleary, Patrick O’Connor; Stephen O’Halloran, Aidan McCarthy, Seadna Morey; Jason McCarthy, Tony Kelly; Cathal Malone, David Reidy, David Fitzgerald; Shane O’Donnell, Colin Guilfoyle, Ryan Taylor.  Subs: Donal Tuohy, Diarmuid Ryan, David McInerney, Aron Shanagher, Jack Browne, Gary Cooney, Cathal McInerney, Aaron Cunningham, Paidi Fitzpatrick, Paul Flanagan, Liam Corry.

      • Waterford Stephen O'Keeffe; Ian Kenny, Conor Prunty, Shane McNulty; Calum Lyons, Tadhg De Burca, Kevin Moran; Jamie Barron, Jake Dillon; Stephen Bennett, Kieran Bennett, Jack Fagan; Dessie Hutchinson, Austin Gleeson, Jack Prendergast. Subs: Billy Nolan, Peter Hogan, Mark O'Brien, Mikey Kearney, Patrick Curran, Colin Dunford, Ciaran Kirwan, Darragh Lyons, Neil Montgomery, Iarlaith Daly, Conor Gleeson.


      TeamScoresLive ScoreOutcome


      All-Ireland Hurling quarter-finals weekend with Clare v Waterford – we have live score commentary from the match that starts at 3:45pm on Saturday.

      Since their defeat to Limerick in the Championship opener, Clare have gone from strength to strength. A tight contest with Laois was followed up by a win over Wexford last weekend. On the other hand, Waterford found themselves in a Munster Final last Sunday but fell short of toppling Limerick. That leaves them with one game less under their belt than Clare ahead of this weekend’s quarter-final.

      Firstly, Waterford’s win over Cork was a fantastic one for the county. However, Limerick proved to be too much of a challenge in the Munster Final. In what can be described as the most combative game in the Championship thus far, Waterford were ferocious in their attempt to dethrone Limerick as kings of Munster.

      The middle third was the decisive battleground for much of this tie. Waterford opted to go toe-to-toe with Limerick’s physicality. In fact, they achieved that for much of the game and even came out on top on many occasions. At half-time, it was 0-14 to 0-11 to the holders and there was a sense that they would push on in the second-half. But, the opposite unfolded. With 20 minutes left, Waterford had a one-point lead. That’s when Limerick’s squad strength proved to be crucial. They just had more to offer than Waterford in the closing stages and took a four-point win.

      In spite of this, Waterford will be encouraged by their performance. Limerick are the strongest team in the country on form and they gave them a massive run. Liam Cahill will be itching for another go at John Kiely’s team.

      Meanwhile, Clare emerged from the qualifiers with an impressive win against Wexford. 2013 Player of the Year Tony Kelly again lorded things on his way to a personal 1-15 tally. 10 of those came in the first-half as the Banner men stormed to a 0-13 to 0-3 lead.

      The second-half didn’t prove to be as bountiful for them. But, Wexford never came close to threatening the early lead Clare established. When Kelly scored a smashing goal in the 52nd minute, it effectively ended the tie as a contest and Brian Lohan has successfully steered his team to the quarter-finals.

      Clare have to prevail in a much tougher contest this weekend if they are to reach the semi-finals.

      The quarter-final is live on Sky Sports Mix.

      Paddy Power are backing Waterford. They’re 1/2 versus Clare’s 15/8. A draw is 9/1.

      <strong>Prediction: </strong>Waterford. My heart says Clare but my head says Waterford. The Munster runners-up were impressive against Limerick and from numbers 1-15 they may just pack more of a punch.
      <h3><strong>All-Ireland Hurling Quarter-Final: Waterford vs Clare, Saturday, 21st November, 15:45 (Páirc Uí Chaoimh). </strong></h3>

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      Saturday 21 November

      Leinster Football final
      Dublin v Meath, Croke Park, 7pmClick for preview and live scores

      All-Ireland Hurling quarter-finals
      Clare v Waterford, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, 3.45pm – Sky
      Galway v Tipperary, LIT Gaelic Grounds, 1.15pm – RTÉ

      Joe McDonagh Cup round 4
      Kerry v Carlow, Austin Stack Park, 1.30pm
      Meath v Westmeath, Pairc Tailteann, 1.30pm


      Sunday 22 November 

      Ulster Football final
      Cavan  v Donegal, Athletic Grounds, 4pm – RTÉ/BBC

      Munster Football final
      Cork v Tipperary, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, 1.30pm – RTÉ

      Christy Ring Cup final
      Down v Kildare, Croke Park, 4pm – TG4 YouTube

      Nicky Rackard Cup final
      Donegal v Mayo, Croke Park, 1.30pm – TG4 YouTube


      Saturday 28 November

      All-Ireland Hurling semi-final
      Kilkenny v quarter-final winner, TBC, 6pm – RTÉ

      Joe McDonagh Cup round 5
      Westmeath v Carlow, TEG Cusack Park, 1.30pm
      Meath v Antrim, Pairc Tailteann, 1.30pm

      Lory Meagher Cup final
      Fermanagh v Louth, TBC, TBC


      Sunday 29 November  

      All-Ireland Hurling semi-final
      Limerick v Quarter-final winners, TBC, 4pm – RTÉ


      Saturday 5 December 

      All-Ireland Football semi-final
      Dublin or Meath v Cavan or Donegal, TBC, 5.30pm – RTÉ


      Date Time League Season Match Day Full Time
      November 21, 2020 15:50 All Ireland Championship 2020 2020 21/11/20 70'


      Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
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