LISTEN: “A trip to Croke Park is the end goal” – Shane O’Neill

Limerick’s junior camogie team face into an All-Ireland semi final with Roscommon at Cusack Park, Ennis on Saturday.

A stunning victory over Offaly last time out set up the last four contest and Limerick coach Shane O’Neill believes that his side will give everything they have to see off an unbeaten Roscommon outfit, and book their place in Croke Park.

“On paper they did top their group so they will be favourites. They have gone unbeaten and won all their matches.

“We played Kerry in the first round and we would regard them as one of the favourites. We didn’t fear them. I don’t think we can fear Roscommon.

“If we go out and match them physically, hopefully our skill level will help us get over the line.”

Click below to listen to the full interview with Shane O’Neill.

LISTEN: Limerick Camogie junior coach Shane O'Neill talks about their All-Ireland semi final with Roscommon Camogie on Saturday #SportLK

LISTEN: Limerick Camogie junior coach Shane O'Neill talks about their All-Ireland semi final with Roscommon Camogie on Saturday #SportLK

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Friday, August 9, 2019

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