39 man squad for U21 Championship confirmed

39 man squad for U21 championship confirmed.

Limerick have named their panel squad for the U21 Championship.

Seven of the panel played against Clare in the Munster Senior hurling championship and they will be expected to lead from the front. Those players are Cian Lynch, Kyle Hayes, Sean Finn, Peter Casey, Tom Morrissey, Barry Nash and Aaron Gillane.

However the success of the U25 side in winning the inaugural Munster reserve championship has given Donnelly some selection headaches. The wins over Clare and Waterford featured nearly every man on the 21s squad barring those on senior duty.

Thursday’s quarter final has a 7.30 start in the Gaelic Grounds and is televised live on TG4. If Limerick emerge victorious, the will play Clare at the Gaelic Grounds on July 12th in a semi final.

U21 Hurling Panel: Tom Morrissey (Ahane), Ronan Lynch, Peter Casey, Thomas Grimes, Conor Boylan (all Na Piarsaigh), Cian Hedderman, Josh Adams, Luke Doran, (all Ballybrown), Robbie Hanley, Oisin O’Reilly, Dan Joy (all Kilmallock), Mikey Mackey, Sean Hogan, Eoin Ryan (all Adare), Barry Nash, Conor McSweeney, Brian Ryan (all South Liberties), Cian Magner Flynn and Paudie Ahern (both Killeedy), Sean Finn and Kyle Dillon (both Bruff), Colin Ryan and Daragh Fanning (both Pallasgreen), Cian Lynch and Aaron Gillane (both Patrickswell), Andrew La Touche Cosgrave and Lorcan Lyons (both Monaleen), Eoin McNamara and Barry Murphy (both Doon), Jack Cagney (Granagh-Ballingarry), Darragh Carroll (Newport), Darragh Cotter (Castletown-Ballyagran), Seamus Flanagan (Feohanagh-Castlemahon), Kyle Hayes (Kildimo-Pallaskenry), Finn Hourigan (Murroe-Boher), Cian O’Brien (Mungret), Conor O’Grady (Hospital-Herbertstown), Jack O’Grady (Knockainey), Willie O’Meara (Askeaton).

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