Pat Ryan names his side for Munster final against Cork

Pat Ryan has named his side to face Cork in the 2021 Camogie Munster final. Limerick will look to follow up on two fine displays against Clare and Waterford in previous rounds.

The Limerick manager has named an unchanged team to the one that had beaten Derek Lyons side.

The clash with the Rebels will take place in the Ragg in Tipperary at 3.30pm. The final comes after the clinical performance against the crystal county in their 0-13 to 0-9 win.

Cork saw off the challenge of Tipperary to reach the final in a 4-12 to 0-16. Limerick will be looking to win their second ever title at this level.

Looking ahead to the game Pat Ryan has said his side need to be calm, composed and show no fear, nerves shouldn’t play a part and hopes his side illustrate the hunger they should have to be crowned champions once more.

” I don’t think nerves will be a Problem, because  look it’s a game of hurling, go out and enjoy it…Relish it and give it our best shot, it’s great to be there anyway”.

The unchanged side Demonstrates the trust Ryan has in his side as they have been impressive so far in the championship. Caiomhe Costello will look to lead the team in scoring once more and continue her clinical performances to this point. Karen O’Leary will captain the side.

The treaty side will look to add to their fine displays with another and add a second title to their collection.

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