Limerick name U20 football team for Munster ‘B’ final | TEAM NEWS

Jack Somers starts at centre-back, with Whelan and Michael Kilbridge either side of him. Darragh Murray partners Josh McCarthy in midfield.

Limerick U20 football boss Shane Kelly has named his starting XV as his side prepare to take on Waterford in the EirGrid Munster Championship B Final this Wednesday.

This marks the first edition of the competition, and the winners will be rewarded with a place in the All-Ireland series.

Kelly’s men got the better of their opponents when they met in the group phase, winning by the minimum on a score of 2-07 : 2-06.

The action is set to kick off at 7pm in Mallow, with the Shannonsiders naming a strong side for the final.

Newcastle West’s Aaron Neville captains the team from centre-forward, his club-mate John Whelan is named at wing-back.

Craig Macinnes is set to start in goal while Craig O’Connell, Jason Hassett and Paddy Downey complete the full-backline in front of him.

Jack Somers starts at centre-back, with Whelan and Michael Kilbridge either side of him. Darragh Murray partners Josh McCarthy in midfield.

Neville captains from centre-forward, lining out alongside Senan O’Brien and Michael Long, while Ronan Quirke and Conal O Duinn complete a full-forward line that sees Micheal Fahy named at 14.

Limerick U20 team to play Waterford:

  1. Craig Macinnes
  2. Craig O’Connell
  3. Jason Hassett
  4. Paddy Downey
  5. John Whelan
  6. Jack Somers
  7. Michael Kilbridge
  8. Darragh Murray
  9. Josh McCarthy
  10. Senan O’Brien
  11. Aaron Neville (C)
  12. Michael Long
  13. Ronan Quirke
  14. Micheal Fahy
  15. Conal O Duinn

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