Limerick & Clare name teams for Munster U21 Hurling Semi Final

Both Limerick and Clare have named their teams for Wednesday’s Munster U-21 hurling championship semi final on Wednesday (7.30) at the Gaelic Grounds.

Following their comfortable 11-point win over Tipperary in the last round, Limerick have made just one change with Na Piarsaigh’s Thomas Grimes coming in at wing back for Josh Adams.

 

 

 

The Banner also named their team this evening with Jason McCarthy, David Fitzgerald and Aron Shanagher looking to shake off the disappointment of their Munster SHC final loss to Cork

The game will be televised live on TG4 with a July 26 final date on offer for the winner. There is an added incentive for Limerick knowing that if they emerge victorious, the will play the final at home in Limerick.

 

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