Billy Lee names team for league encounter with Antrim

Limerick football manager Billy Lee has named his side to take on Antrim in their final league game of the 2019 campaign in Newcastlewest on Sunday afternoon.

  1. Donal O’Sullivan – Monaleen                                                  
  2. Sean O’Dea – Kilteely Dromkeen                             
  3. Gareth Noonan – Dromcollogher Broadford           
  4. Luke Murphy – Monaleen
  5. Jim Liston – Gearld Griffins                                      
  6. Iain Corbett – Newcastlewest                                                       
  7. Gordon Brown – Na Piarsaigh
  8. Darragh Treacy – St Kieran’s           
  9. Stephen Keeley – Adare
  10. Peter Nash – Kildimo Pallaskenry                         
  11. Jamie Lee – Newcastlewest                                                       
  12. Michael Fitzgibbon – Feohanagh/Castlemahon
  13. Seamus O’Carroll – Castleknock                                            
  14. Patrick Begley – Mungret St Pauls                                 
  15. Cillian Fahy – Dromcollogher Broadford     
  16. John Chawke – Kildimo/Pallaskenry
  17. Michael Donovan – Galbally
  18. Tommie Childs – Galtee Gaels
  19. Brian  Fanning – Pallasgreen                                              
  20. Tony McCarthy – Kildimo Pallaskenry                         
  21. Adam Kerins – St Senans
  22. Sean McSweeney – St Kieran’s                                               
  23. Kieran Daly – Na Piarsaigh                          
  24. Padraig Scanlon – Glin                                                               
  25. Paul Maher – Adare
  26. Adrian Enright – Fr Caseys

Lee’s side lie in 6th place of the league table but their 4 point haul does not tell the full story of what has been a largely positive campaign with tangible improvements on last year.

Division 4 League Table

Narrow 1-point defeats away to Wexford and at home to a promoted Leitrim side was evidence of the incremental improvement of the side. The Derry performance and the last 20 minutes against Wicklow were the two days that Limerick simply were not up to the task.

Those games aside and Limerick were in contention in all the other ties. The game against Antrim will offer Limerick a good chance to build some critical momentum ahead of their clash with Tipperary in the Munster Championship.

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