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How To Watch Clare V Tipperary In The Munster Senior Hurling Championship: TV Info and Team News

How To Watch Clare V Tipperary In The Munster Senior Hurling Championship: TV Info and Team News
By Joshua Bell Curran
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Clare and Tipperary are set to renew the ferocity of their age-old rivalry as the two sides clash in the first round of the Munster Senior Hurling Championship this Sunday. We have all the information on how to watch Clare v Tipperary right here.

When is Clare v Tipperary? 

Clare welcome Tipperary to Cusack Park Ennis on Sunday the 23rd of April at 4pm.

How to watch Clare v Tipperary

While the game won't be broadcast live on terrestrial TV, the game will be broadcast live on GAA GO with coverage starting at 15:30 ahead of throw-in at 16:00.

8 January 2023; Peter Duggan of Clare and Seamus Kennedy of Tipperary shake hands after the Co-Op Superstores Munster Hurling League Group 1 match between Tipperary and Clare at McDonagh Park in Nenagh, Tipperary. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

Form Guide

Tipperary come into this first championship game hot off the back of their successful league campaign. Despite losing to All-Ireland champions Limerick by six in the division one semi-final, Tipperary went unbeaten in the regular run of games, topping the Division One B table as well as accumulating more points than any other side in the top flight.

On the other hand, Clare's form was undoubtedly inferior. The Banner County struggled, recording just two wins for five games in Division 1A. They managed to beat particularly weak Wexford and Westmeath teams and probably got their most rewarding result of the season when they drew with Cork. However, this Clare team simply couldn't live with the top teams and their games against Galway and Limerick made that all too clear.


Head-to-head Tipperary are the obvious and clear favourites, the sides haven't met competitively yet this season, but the fact that Tipperary went five games unbeaten and dealt bruising defeats to Kilkenny and Waterford gives them the edge. Additionally, when these two teams clashed in the pre-season leagues Tipperary comfortably saw off their local rivals 2-22 to 0-20.

However, this is the opening round of championship and anything could happen, these sides that were miles apart a month ago could be right back together come Sunday.

Team News 

Teams were named Friday for the game. Banner fans will be decided to see John Conlon at centre half back. The six Clare forwards look very dangerous and young Adam Hogan starts at cornerback.


Tipp's 26-man squad does not include positions.

That's all the information you need on how to watch Clare v Tipperary this weekend in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship


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