Clare face Championship without three key players

Clare face Championship without three key players

Clare's hurlers will be without three key players for the Championship.

Co-manager Gerry O'Connor has confirmed that Jamie Shanahan, Ian Galvin and Conor McGrath will play no part this summer.

Shanahan recently underwent a procedure on his back, McGrath has a shoulder injury and an arm injury has sidelined Galvin.

2013 All-Ireland Final hero Shane O'Donnell has rejoined the panel while John Conlon looks set to return from injury in time for the Munster Championship.

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