List of Clare senior hurling team captains

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This article lists players who have recently captained the Clare senior hurling team in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship. Unlike other counties the captain is not chosen from the club that has won the Clare Senior Hurling Championship.

List of Captains

YearPlayerClubNational titlesProvincial titles
2018 Patrick O'Connor Tubber
2017 Patrick O'ConnorTubber
2016 Pat DonnellanO'Callaghan's Mills Munster Senior Hurling League
2015 Pat DonnellanO'Callaghan's Mills
2014 Pat DonnellanO'Callaghan's Mills
2013 Pat Donnellan O'Callaghan's Mills All-Ireland Hurling Final winning captain
2012 Pat DonnellanO'Callaghan's Mills
2011 Pat Vaughan Crusheen
2010 Brian O'Connell Wolfe Tones na Sionna
2009 Brian O'ConnellWolfe Tones na Sionna
2008 Brian O'ConnellWolfe Tones na Sionna
2007 Frank Lohan Wolfe Tones na Sionna
2006 Seánie McMahon St. Joseph's Doora-Barefield
2005 Seánie McMahonSt. Joseph's Doora-Barefield
2004 Seánie McMahonSt. Joseph's Doora-Barefield
2003 Seánie McMahonSt. Joseph's Doora-Barefield
2002 Brian LohanWolfe Tones na Sionna
2001 Brian LohanWolfe Tones na Sionna
2000 Brian LohanWolfe Tones na Sionna
1999 Anthony Daly Clarecastle
1998 Anthony DalyClarecastle Munster Hurling Final winning captain
1997 Anthony DalyClarecastle All-Ireland Hurling Final winning captain Munster Hurling Final winning captain
1996 Anthony DalyClarecastle
1995 Anthony DalyClarecastle All-Ireland Hurling Final winning captain Munster Hurling Final winning captain
1994 Anthony DalyClarecastle
1993 Anthony DalyClarecastle
1992 Tommy Guilfoyle Feakle
1991 John O'Connell Sixmilebridge
1990 Gerry McInerney Sixmilebridge
1989 Gerry McInerneySixmilebridge
1988 James Shanahan Broadford
1987 John Callinan Clarecastle
1986 Tommy Keane Kilmaley
1985 Seán Stack Sixmilebridge
1984 Ger Loughnane Feakle
1983 John Minogue Scariff
1982 John Callinan Clarecastle
1981 Séamus Durack Éire Óg
1980 Noel Casey Sixmilebridge

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