Would moo believe it? Clare cattle lend their support to the Banner 8 years ago

Would moo believe it? Clare cattle lend their support to the Banner

It was famously said there wouldn’t be a cow milked in Clare after one particular victory, and they are showing their support to Davy Fitz and his team.

That phrase was coined after the shock defeat of Kerry in the 1992 Munster football final and while victory today for the hurlers wouldn’t be anywhere near as surprising, the cattle in Clare are back in the limelight.

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Munster champions Limerick stand in their way of an All-Ireland final date with Cork and there has been huge build-up and anticipation to the clash of the close neighbours, even on the farm.

This Clare supporter we think has the number 11 jersey, so would add a bit of beef to the half-forward line, but will have to be content with wishing the Banner well from the farm yard.

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Pic credit: Twitter/@Jamesjcasey

With such passionate support, Clare will be brimming with confidence and hopeful of moo-ving into the decider to play the Rebels.

If there are pictures of any Limerick livestock looking to get one up on their Clare rivals, please send them our way.