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O’Callaghan Mills
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      • 55'

        Sixmilebridge point from play Shane Golden

      • 52'

        Sixmilebridge point from play Jamie Shanahan

      • 49'

        Sixmilebridge point from free Alex Morey

      • 45'

        Sixmilebridge point from free Alex Morey

      • 42'

        O'Callaghans Mills point from free Jacob Loughnane

      • 41'

        Sixmilebridge point from play Jamie Shanahan

      • 36'

        O'Callaghans Mills point from play Sean Cotter

      • 34'

        O'Callaghans Mills point from play Aidan Fawl

      • 32'

        O'Callaghans Mills point from play Sean Cotter

      • 30'

        Half time Sixmilebridge : 0-13(13) O'Callaghans Mills: 0-7(7)

      • 30'

        Sixmilebridge point from play Cathal Malone

      • 30'

        Sixmilebridge point from play Alan Mulready

      • 30'

        Sixmilebridge point from free Alex Morey

      • 30'

        O'Callaghans Mills point from play Colin Crehan

      • 30'

        Sixmilebridge point from free Alex Morey

      • 29'

        O'Callaghans Mills point from free Colin Crehan

      • 24'

        Great point from Cathal Malone

      • 19'

        O’Callaghan Mills 0-03 0-05 Sixmilebridge at water break

      • 18'

        Mills back to within 2pts

      • 9'

        Lovely point for Seadna Morey

      • 8'

        Cathal Malone puts the Bridge ahead

      • 5'

        All level after 5min, 1pt each

      Results

      TeamScoresPenaltiesOutcome
      O’Callaghan Mills00-12Loss, Draw, Win
      Sixmilebridge00-20Loss, Draw, Win

      Recap

      The Hurling Championship in Clare concludes this Sunday. Sixmilebridge return to the final to defend their title. On the other side of the tie is O’Callaghan Mills who are aiming to win their first Clare SHC since 1937.

      Last year, Sixmilebridge won their 14th Senior Club Championship by beating Cratloe in the final. So far, they have a perfect record in their attempt to retain the title, winning four from four. In fact, two of these four games were against Éire Óg Ennis. Firstly, they defeated the fourteen-time winners by five points. Then, in the semi-final there was just a point to separate them as Sixmilebridge marched on to the final.

      Likewise, there was just one score between O’Callaghan Mills and Ballyea in the other semi-final. O’Callaghan Mills won out 2-17 to 1-17.

      O’Callaghan Mills have not won the Canon Hamilton Cup since 1937. In fact, their last trip to the final was also against Sixmilebridge. That was in 1993. On that occasion, Sixemilebridge won 3-08 to 2-06.

      In contrast, Sixmilebridge have been a regular in the Clare SHC Final. After a loss in the 2011 showdown, Sixmilebridge returned to win in 2013, ’15, ’17, and, of course, ’19.

      Sixmilebridge will go into this game as favourites. But, after an 83-year drought, O’Callghan Mills’ desire to win will mean Sixmilebridge have to bring their A-game.

      Paths to the Final

      Semi-final

      O’Callaghan Mills 2-17 vs 1-17 Ballyea.

      Sixmilebridge 0-17 vs 1-13 Éire Óg Ennis.

      Quarter-final

      O’Callaghan Mills 2-16 vs 0-13 Inagh-Kilnamona.

      Sixmilebridge 0-21 vs 0-12 Broadford.

      Round 2 

      O’Callaghan Mills 3-17 vs 0-17 Crusheen.

      Sixmilebridge 0-20 vs 1-13 Whitegate.

      Round 1 

      O’Callaghan Mills 2-13 vs 0-17 Broadford.

      Sixmilebridge 0-17 vs 0-12 Éire Óg Ennis.

      Clare SHC Final: O’Callaghan Mills vs Sixmilebridge, Sunday 27th September, Cusack Park (Throw-in TBC).

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      Details

      Date Time League Match Day Full Time
      September 27, 2020 15:00 Clare Club Hurling 27/09/2020 70'

      O’Callaghan Mills

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