Limerick name side for London Tailteann Cup clash | TEAM NEWS

Iain Corbett captains the side at half-back, with Barry Coleman on the other flank and Cillian Fahy in the centre.

Limerick football boss Jimmy Lee has named his starting XV as his side prepare to take on London in the third round of the Tailteann Cup this Saturday.

The action is set to kick off at 1.30pm in Parnell Park, with the Shannonsiders still in search of their second win this campaign.

The second round victory over Offaly represented Limerick’s first win in 364 days, and they will be hoping to back it up with another good performance and result this weekend.

Josh Ryan is set to start in goal while Cormac Woulfe, Sean O’Dea and Paul Maher complete the full-backline in front of him.

Iain Corbett captains the side at half-back, with Barry Coleman on the other flank and Cillian Fahy in the centre. Tommy Childs partners Tommy Griffin in midfield.

James Naughton is named at centre-forward, lining out alongside Cathal Downes and Emmet Rigter, while Peter Nash and Brian Ahern complete a full-forward line that sees Robbie Childs named at 14.

Limerick team to play London:

  1. Josh Ryan
  2. Cormac Woulfe
  3. Sean O’Dea
  4. Paul Maher
  5. Barry Coleman
  6. Cillian Fahy
  7. Iain Corbett (C)
  8. Tommy Childs
  9. Tommy Griffin
  10. Emmet Rigter
  11. James Naughton
  12. Cathal Downes
  13. Brian Ahern
  14. Robbie Childs
  15. Peter Nash

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