PICK | Have your say and chose your Limerick XV to face Cork in the Gaelic Grounds this Sunday

John Kiely’s side will be seeking a first win of the League this Sunday.

After a down week, Limerick are back in action this Sunday as they welcome Cork to the TUS Gaelic Grounds in the third round of the National Hurling League.

Limerick are yet to pick up a point, falling to both Galway and Wexford while Cork have beaten Clare and Offaly.

Kiely has given game time to a number of players this year with 32 different men wearing the jersey in the four games to date.

Barry Nash, Richie English, David Reidy and Cathal O’Neill are the only players to have started each game thus far.

19 July 2021; Cathal O’Neill of Limerick during the Munster GAA Hurling U20 Championship semi-final match between Limerick and Clare at the LIT Gaelic Grounds in Limerick. Photo by Ben McShane/Sportsfile

Limerick will be without Gearoid Hegarty, who serves a suspension but Cian Lynch could be set to make his first appearance of the year after the conclusion of the Fitzgibbon Cup.

Elsewhere, Mark Quinlan and Patrick O’Donovan are injury doubts for the side but Will O’Donoghue looks set to be fit after limping off against Galway.

Ahead of the clash on Sunday, have your say on how the team should be picked below!

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