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After the heroics of 2013, Shane O’Donnell and Clare are again threatening to become the story of the hurling summer

Roy Curtis


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Clare goalscorer Shane O'Donnell is lifted by his team-mates as he lifts the Liam MacCarthy Cup after his hat-trick heroics in the s they celebrate with the after the game. GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Replay, Cork v Clare, Croke Park 28 September 2013; , Dublin. Picture credit: Brendan Moran / SPORTSFILE

Clare goalscorer Shane O'Donnell is lifted by his team-mates as he lifts the Liam MacCarthy Cup after his hat-trick heroics in the s they celebrate with the after the game. GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Replay, Cork v Clare, Croke Park 28 September 2013; , Dublin. Picture credit: Brendan Moran / SPORTSFILE

Clare goalscorer Shane O'Donnell is lifted by his team-mates as he lifts the Liam MacCarthy Cup after his hat-trick heroics in the s they celebrate with the after the game. GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Replay, Cork v Clare, Croke Park 28 September 2013; , Dublin. Picture credit: Brendan Moran / SPORTSFILE

He’s closing in on a decade older, no longer the boyband hurler who, beneath Saturday night lights, seized Croke Park’s title deeds with the charismatic charm of a helmeted, will-o’-the-wisp, goal-hungry Ed Sheeran.

Yet Shane O’Donnell and Clare are again threatening to become the story of the hurling summer.


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