John Ryan names Limerick Minor Football team for Phase One Final

Ryan has made a number of changes to the side with team captain Aidan O’Shea in line for a first start of the year following injury.

John Ryan has named his Limerick Minor Football team for Thursday’s Munster Phase One Football Final in Mallow. It is a repeat of last year’s decider as Tipp seek two on the bounce.

Ryan has made a number of changes to the side with team captain Aidan O’Shea in line for a first start of the year following injury. The Cappagh Rathkeale man is named at full forward.

O’Shea is the only survivor from last year’s team where he bagged a goal in the 1-14 to 1-4 defeat.

Elsewhere Cian Costello and Cillian Meade also come into the side. James Hunt and Sam Colgan move to the bench while Kieran O’Kelly misses out.

Limerick have won back to back games since the round one defeat to Tipperary in Mick Neville Park. The Premier have won each of their contests as they seek consecutive titles.

However, unlike last year, the runners up are guaranteed a Munster semi-final where they will meet the winners of Cork and Kerry. The Phase One champions will play the loser of that clash.

Limerick team to take on Tipperary in the Munster MFC Phase One Final

  1. Sam Guerin Kildimo/Pallaskenry
  2. Cian O’Sullivan Kildimo/Pallaskenry
  3. Callum Buckley Athea
  4. Cian Costelloe Cappagh/Rathkeale
  5. Liam Óg Glynn Ahane
  6. Cathal Woulfe Fr.Caseys
  7. Cillian Meade St.Senans
  8. Darragh Hogan Mungret/St.Pauls
  9. Evan Curry (Vice Capt) Athea
  10. Andrew Lyons Newcastlewest
  11. Padraic Phelan Pallasgreen
  12. Padraic Murphy Askeaton Ballysteen Kilcornan
  13. Adam Murphy Fr.Caseys
  14. Aidan O’Shea (Capt) Cappagh/Rathkeale
  15. Tommy Glynn Na Piarsaigh
  16. Charlie Lane South Liberties
  17. Con Kirby Crecora/Manister
  18. Sam Colgan Askeaton Ballysteen Kilcornan
  19. Barry Griffin Monaleen
  20. Ross Allen Kildimo/Pallaskenry
  21. Ronan O’Connell Fr.Caseys
  22. Rory Mullins Mungret/St.Pauls
  23. James Hunt Athea
  24. Eoghan Beston Galbally

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