Ballyea won their first senior county championship last weekend
For the first time in their club's history, Ballyea have qualified for the senior Munster hurling club final after an incredible comeback against Thurles Sarsfields.
Tony Kelly inspired the Clare side to rally from seven points down with 1-10 while All Star Football nominee Gary Brennan forced extra-time grabbing with a goal at the death.
Today's momentous achievement comes just one week after Ballyea captured their first Clare SHC title.
Sarsfields stalwart Padraic Maher kept his side's noses in front during the Ballyea resurgence and in attack, Aidan McCormack contributed 1-4 to compliment the frees scored by Pa Bourke.
But a free and '65 from Niall Deasy ensured that the day would be Ballyea's and they now have a provincial decider to look towards.
That is a brilliant win for Ballyea.— Kieran Cunningham (@KCsixtyseven) November 6, 2016
Some comeback Ballyea— Anthony Daly (@DaloAnto) November 6, 2016
Tony Kelly and Ballyea what a performance 👏👏— AussieGleeson (@AussieGleeson) November 6, 2016
Munster club SF: Ballyea win 4-18 to 2-22 AET. Sars couldn't see it out after being in the driving seat. Ballyea worked and worked #gaa— Stephen Gleeson (@StephenGtippfm) November 6, 2016
AIB Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship Semi Final Result - Ballyea (Clare) 4-18 Thurles Sarsfields 2-22 (AET)— Munster GAA (@MunsterGAA) November 6, 2016
One of the most courageous performances from a Clare team Cusack Park has ever seen or will ever see. Congrats @ballyea_club— Mark Dunphy (@Mark_Dunphy) November 6, 2016