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TO THE BANNER BORN.

WATERFORD'S bid to become the `new Clare' picks up momentum at Semple Stadium tomorrow for the Guinness Munster SHC final.

The hurling world awaits another set of mould breakers to follow in the footsepts of the Banner boys and Wexford and Gerald McCarthy's exciting side are tipped to fit the bill.

But Clare are in no mood to step aside and let a new force rock the establishment. Ger Loughnane's battle-hardened warriors are enjoying it too much themselves! Waterford have made huge strides under that canny Corkonian McCarthy but this is their toughest task yet.

"We'll know a lot more about ourselves after tomorrow, how far we have acutally travelled," said McCarthy. It promises to be a classic confrontation of different styles.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Author:Keys, Colm
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 11, 1998
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