Rory Hayes and Peter Duggan have won their appeal against their suspension for this weekend’s All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final clash with Wexford.
Galway’s Cianan Fahy will also be available for selection for manager Henry Shefflin as they hope to secure a semi-final berth at the expense of Cork.
All three bans were not upheld by the Central Hearings Committee on Wednesday night.
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Fahy had initially been given a two-match ban for an alleged stamp on Kilkenny captain Richie Reid in the Leinster final.
The Clare duo had both received a one-match suspension following physical altercations with Seamus Flanagan and William O’Donoghue in the Munster final.
All three players have been cleared to play for their respective counties this weekend.