ANTHONY DALY: Cork pack lethal counterpunch

Yesterday was tough, in more ways than one. I wasn’t in Thurles because I watched the game from the RTÉ studios in Montrose. It felt weird but, in another way, it was easier. 

Cork's Alan Cadogan watches as his shot beats Clare keeper Andy Fahy for a goal. Picture: Cathal Noonan

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