Limerick minor football side named for Munster Semi Final

Limerick minor football manager John Ryan has named his side for tomorrows Munster semi final clash with Clare as Limerick look to reach their first Munster MFC final since 1998.

Ryan has made one change to the side that defeated Waterford in the last round with Banogue’s Adam Costelloe replacing David Burke at corner forward.

Vice-Captain Colm Moran has recovered from an injury sustained in the last game to be named at full-forward while centre forward Noel Callanan will hope to bring his impressive form with St Kierans in the Limerick SFC into the game.

Speaking ahead of the game Ryan said,

“We are 60-minutes away from a Munster final and reaching an All-Ireland quarter-final. Winning the first round was our initial target and we have this prize on offer.”

These sides met last year in the opening round of the minor championship with Clare winning 0-9 to 1-5 in a tight affair in Miltown Malbay. The game takes place tomorrow Wednesday at 7pm in the Gaelic Grounds.

LIMERICK: Cian Walsh (St. Senans); Mark Quinlan (Galbally), Eoin Burke (St. Kierans), Cillian Ferris (Ballysteen); Padraig Power, (Rathkeale), Jack Fitzgerald (Adare), James Cummins (Galbally); Karl Moloney (Crecora/Manister) (Captain), Liam Kennedy (St. Kierans); Barry Coleman (Rathkeale), Noel Callanan (St. Kierans), Rory O Brien (Fr. Caseys); Adam Costelloe (Banogue), Colm Moran (Mungret/St.Pauls), Sean Ryan (Athea)

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