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Where to now for Kilmurry Ibrickane?

AFTER winning back-to-back county titles, Kilmurry were faced with a three-match campaign to win Munster. Now after a break of a few weeks, they’ll have to turn their attention quickly to another three-match campaign if they’re to bring a first ever All-Ireland club football title to Clare. Tir Chonaill Gaels of London, Portlaoise and either St Gall’s of Antrim or Galway’s Corofin stand in the way of their goal of adding the Andy Merrigan Cup to the O’Gorman, Jack Daly and Munster cups already on the sideboard. It will be a huge task, starting with the three-in-a-row London champions. Recession in Ireland generally means boomtime for the GAA Diaspora, so the trip to Ruislip on January 24 is a potential banana skin for the Clare and Munster champions. They beat Neasdon Gaels in a replayed London final by 1-9 to 0-7. One of these days a London side is going to land an All-Ireland quarter final scalp. Not in 2010 at Kilmurry’s expense.

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