Limerick name unchanged XV for Carlow with Corbett back among the subs

Limerick know a win could be enough to see them into the quarter-finals of the Tailteann Cup with a game to spare.

Mark Fitzgerald has made no changes to his Limerick XV to take on Carlow this Saturday in Netwacth Cullen Park in the second round of the Taiilteann Cup.

The Kerry native has stuck with the side that saw off Longford 2-16 to 1-16 in the first round last weekend.

However, the side is bolstered by the presence of vice-captain, Iain Corbett amongst the substitutes with the Newcastle West man just missing out on the first round through injury.

He is joined in the replacements by Robbie Bourke who also returns from injury.

Limerick know a win will see them into the quarter-finals of the Tailteann Cup with a game to spare if Wicklow and Longford draw in the groups other clash.

Limerick team to face Carlow in the Tailteann Cup

  1. Donal O’Sullivan Monaleen
  2. Mike Donovan St.Finbarrs
  3. Seán O’Dea Kilteely/Dromkeen
  4. Brian Fanning Pallasgreen
  5. Barry Coleman Rathkeale
  6. Jim Liston Gerald Griffins
  7. Paul Maher Adare
  8. Cillian Fahy Dromcollogher/Broadford
  1. Cathal Downes Kildimo/Pallaskenry
  2. Cian Sheehan Newcastlewest
  3. Brian Donovan Monaleen
  4. Adrian Enright Fr.Caseys
  5. James Naughton St.Senans
  6. Colm McSweeney Gerald Griffins
  7. Peter Nash Kildimo/Pallaskenry
  8. Aaron O’Sullivan Pallasgreen
  9. Hugh Bourke Adare
  10. Robbie Bourke Adare
  11. Gordon Brown Na Piarsaigh
  12. David Connolly Adare
  13. Iain Corbett Newcastlewest
  14. Tommy Griffin Gerald Griffins
  15. Davy Lyons Adare
  16. Tony McCarthy Kildimo/Pallaskenry
  17. Darragh Murray Monaleen
  18. Cormac Woulfe St.Senans

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