- Cork's Patrick Horgan and Clare's Conor Ryan give their reaction to Marty Morrissey
- Kilkenny legend DJ Carey gives his thoughts on the match to Offaly legend Eamon Horan
- Cork and Clare fans felt both relief and frustration following the drawn All-Ireland Final
- Jimmy Barry-Murphy tells Clare MacNamara that a draw was a fair result
- A frustrated Davy Fitzgerald tells Clare MacNamara that both teams gave all they had
- Cork's Anthony Nash tells Clare MacNamara that it was 'the strangest game ever'
- Tom Dempsey and John Mullane sum up the thoughts of a nation following the drawn All-Ireland Hurling Final
- Darren Frehill reflects on the All-Ireland Hurling Final with the thoughts of players and fans
- Eddie Brennan believes Cork may have a slight edge going into the replay
- Deireann Joe Connolly go raibh bród air bheith ina Éireannach tar éis Cluiche Ceannais Iomána na hÉireann
- Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald says it would have been a travesty if they had lost
- Tuairisc ó Mac Dara Mac Donncha ar An Clár 0-25 Corcaigh 3-16
- Brian Carthy with reaction from players, management, officials and experts
- Clare hero Domhnall O'Donovan explains how he ended up scoring the equalising point
- Clare's Conor Ryan says relief is the over-riding emotion following the draw
- Cork selector Johnny Crowley tells Robbie Irwin that both teams gave it their all
- John Mullane, Tom Dempsey and DJ Carey give their reaction to a dramatic All-Ireland Hurling Final
- Marty Morrissey and DJ Carey describe the action in the drawn 2013 All-Ireland Hurling Final on RTÉ Radio 1
The All-Ireland hurling final replay between Clare and Cork will have a 5pm throw-in on Saturday 28 September, the GAA has confirmed.
The association has also announced that ticket prices will be reducted for the replay with stand tickets going from €80 to €50, while terrace tickets will drop from €40 to €25.
Yesterday's thrilling 0-25 to 3-16 draw means that for the second year running the final has gone to a replay.
Figures released show that a peak television audience of 1.3 million people watched RTÉ's coverage of yesterday's drawn game.
The average audience for the entire match was over 885,000 viewers.
That is a 64% share of the available television audience.