Kevin Denihan makes three changes from Clare clash to deal with Cork Challenge in Munster Minor football final

Limerick will face off against Cork tomorrow in the 2021 Munster Minor football final in Semple Stadium.

The shannonsiders reached the final following a 3-11 to 0-12 win over Clare. Cork made it through their test against Kilkenny to book a final place against their Munster rivals.

Kevin Denihan has made three changes to his side from the one that saw off the Banner in the semi-final.

Michael Kilbridge will come in to replace Culann Quigley, Sean Geraghty will get a starting place for the highly anticipated clash and Ronan Quirke will drop out of the starting team as Conall O’Duinn will take his position.

Cork will offer a stern test for the treaty side as they have 29 titles to their name, while Denihan’s men will look to add another title to the one they possess currently. Limerick will make a fifth ever final appearance.

Limerick Minor Football team v Cork:

1          Craig MacInnes                                               St. Kieran’s

2          Michael Kilbridge                                            Fr. Casey’s

3          Jamie Behan                                                    Ballybrown

4          Darragh Clifford                                              Monaleen

5          Lorcan Murphy                                                St. Kieran’s

6          Aaron Neville                                                   Newcastlewest

7          Stephen Kiely                                                   Monaleen

8          Jack Somers                                                     Mungret St. Paul’s

9          Darragh Murray(C)                                          Monaleen

10        Marc Nolan                                                      Fr. Casey’s

11        Emmet Rigter                                                   Newcastlewest

12        Oisín O’ Farrell                                                 St. Senan’s

13        Sean Geraghty                                                 Newcastlewest

14        Ruairi Cronin                                                   Ahane

15        Conall O’ Duinn                                               Monaleen

16        Colm O’ Loughlin                                            Bruff

17        Calum Boyle                                                    Fr. Casey’s

18        Shane Cross                                                    St. Patrick’s

19        Paddy Kennedy                                              Galbally

20        Dylan O’ Connor                                             Fr. Casey’s

21        Culann Quigley                                               Fr. Casey’s

22        Ronan Quirke                                                  Fr. Casey’s

23        Callum Ryan                                                    Askeaton/Ballysteen

24        Jack Ryan                                                         Galtee Gaels

The clash with the Rebels will take place on Wednesday August 11 in Semple Stadium at 7.30pm.

Social Sharing

Posted in

John Kiely’s management team confirmed for 2024

Joe O'Connor returns to the fold as High Performance Manager, joined by John Flavin who comes into the ...
Read More

Donal O’Sullivan announces intercounty retirement

The news that the Monaleen man is retiring from intercounty football will be greeted with great disappointment. Limerick ...
Read More

Lacklustre Na Piarsaigh bow out to Ballygunner

Na Piarsaigh slumped to a four point loss in their Munster Senior Club Hurling Championship semi-final, against Ballygunner ...
Read More

Aaron Gillane wins 2023 Hurler of the Year

Patrickswell sharpshooter Aaron Gillane crowned a superb 2023 for both himself and Limerick by claiming the 2023 All ...
Read More

Limerick rewarded with magnificent seven All-Star spots following remarkable four-in-a-row

The Treaty County lead the way with Kilkenny capturing five places, Clare having two and Galway's Conor Whelan ...
Read More

Newcastle West exit Munster championship after Clonmel Commercials loss

Jimmy Lee's men bowed out of the provincial championship after a seven-point loss in FBD Semple Stadium on ...
Read More

‘1973: Keeping the Dream Alive‘ officially launches at the Woodlands

Limerick's 1973 All-Ireland win has been commemorated with the release of this new book, which was launched on ...
Read More

Newcastle West clinch three-in-a-row while Mungret promoted to Senior | Football Finals Round-Up

Jimmy Lee's men won by the minimum in the TUS Gaelic Grounds, with Mungret St Paul's getting past ...
Read More