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Shane Stapleton and Michael Verney preview all the big games this weekend: Clare v Limerick, Dublin v Laois, and much more across the island

Shane Stapleton and Michael Verney preview all the big games this weekend: Clare v Limerick, Dublin v Laois, and much more across the island. Brought to you by the recruitment specialists, e-Frontiers.com — if you’re thinking about making a career move, e-mail your CV to ourgame@e-frontiers.com

Clare and Limerick have both given each other heavy beatings in the past couple of seasons.

The Banner came out on top to the tune of 11 points in the Munster championship of 2018, but the Treaty had the last laugh by lifting the Liam MacCarthy Cup later that season.

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In 2019, the men in green pulverised their Shannonside neighbours, having all of 18 points to spare at the Gaelic Grounds.

Since then, Clare have haemorrhaged quality players with Podge Collins, Peter Duggan, John Conlon and Colm Galvin unable to play a part.

Limerick’s potential weakness is their full-back line with Mike Casey and Richie English not involved, meaning John Kiely may need to shuffle his pack.

Shane Stapleton and Michael Verney preview the opening clash of the Munster hurling championship, which also doubles up as a league final.

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In Leinster, Dublin v Laois promises to be a huge grudge match, with the O’Moore County shocking the capital in last year’s All-Ireland preliminary quarter-final.

There are some mouthwatering games across all the championship hurling tiers, with former Kilkenny teammates Michael Fennelly and David Herity in charge as Offaly meet Kildare.

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FIXTURES
SATURDAY
Leinster SHC quarter-final

Dublin v Laois, Croke Park, 6pm

Christy Ring Cup round 1
Offaly v Kildare, O’Connor Park, 1.30pm

Nicky Rackard Cup round 1
Donegal v Longford, Letterkenny, 1pm
Monaghan v Mayo, Clontibret, 2pm
Armagh v Leitrim, Athletic Grounds, 4pm

Lory Meagher Cup round 1
Louth v Fermanagh, Darver, 2pm

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SUNDAY
Munster SHC quarter-final

Clare v Limerick, Thurles, 3.45pm

Joe McDonagh Cup round 1
Kerry v Meath, Tralee, 1pm
Antrim v Westmeath, Corrigan Park, 2pm

Christy Ring Cup round 1
Roscommon v Wicklow, Dr Hyde Park, 1.30pm
Derry v Sligo, Celtic Park, 2pm

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