All-Ireland SHC final: Clare 0-25 3-16 Cork

Clare's Padraig Collins is challenged by Stephen McDonnell in the decider

Domhnall O'Donovan's last-gasp point earned Clare a draw against Cork in a dramatic All-Ireland SHC decider at Croke Park on Sunday.

Clare led 0-12 to 0-10 at the break with Colin Ryan firing over five points for the Banner county.

Clare threatened to surge clear but goals from Conor Lenane, Anthony Nash and Pa Cronin kept Cork in touch.

Patrick Horgan's point put Cork ahead in injury-time but O'Donovan ensured the final would go to a replay.

Clare opened up a four-point lead in the first half but Cork were just two back at half-time, thanks mainly to seven points from Horgan.

The Banner team piled on the points while Cork replied with goals, first from Lenane and the goalkeeper Nash.

Nash had another chance to net but his penalty was deflected onto the crossbar by O'Donovan.

Cronin added a third Cork goal and the teams were level going into added time.

Horgan edged the Rebels in front for the first time, only for O'Donovan to secure Clare a replay on Saturday, 28 September.