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Eddie Brennan: It’ll take something special to derail Limerick

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This is a generational Clare team but it looks like they’ll end up with very little silverware to their name

Limerick’s Shane O’Brien and Aaron Gillane celebrate with the Mick Mackey Cup. Photo: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Sport can be cruel at times, the scars of big losses taking an awful long time to heal. Sometimes they never do. For me, a six-point pasting by the champions – and a third straight Munster final loss – will prove an irreparable scar for this Clare team.

As much as it’d be great for hurling to see them win a Munster title, they’ve no one to blame but themselves. It’s sad, because this is a generational Clare team I really admire and it looks like they’ll end up with very little silverware to their name.

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