O'Grady fit to start for Clare against Limerick

Gerry O'Grady has been passed fit to start for Clare in Sunday's Munster hurling semi-final against Limerick.

O'Grady was a major doubt for the game due to a broken bone, but has been given the all-clear to take his place in the full-back line.

Darragh Clancy, however, is still injured and will miss the game.

Elsewhere, Brendan Bulger switches to corner-back, with Pat Vaughan coming into the starting line-up at wing-back.

Limerick's Paudie O'Dwyer, meanwhile, is due to make his championship debut at centre back in Sunday's game.

Mark O'Riordan is named at full-back and Sean O'Connor at full-forward, with Niall Moran returning on the wing and Donncha Sheehan handed the corner-forward slot.

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