Limerick U-20 hurling manager Paul Beary feels that their should be a second chance at the grade if a team loses their first game.
Beary was speaking after Limerick’s 1-20 to 0-16 loss to Cork on Wednesday night at Pairc Ui Rinn.
Things moved from U-21 to U-20 this season and with so few senior panelists part of the set up this year, he feels that it is an opportunity for more games at the new age grade.
“There is a huge investment gone into this, and we have put in a massive effort in terms of the strength and conditioning, skills and the coaching.
“For me, U-20 now is in a position where you might have less and less players involved in the senior squads.
“I don’t think it would interfere much if there was a back door, second match or something like that. It would warrant the effort that goes in.”
Watch the full post-match video with Limerick U-20 hurling manager Paul Beary below.