Limerick senior hurling boss John Kiely spoke to the media ahead of his side’s All Ireland semi-final with Cork on Sunday week.
Kiely has no fresh injury concerns following last weekend’s impressive quarter-final win over Kilkenny.
“We’re good. We have a clean bill of health. We’re very fortunate in that regard all year so long may it continue.”
Highly rated under 21 forward Peter Casey made a positive impact from the bench last Sunday and will hope to put his hand up for selection against the Rebels. Kiely says it’s great to have him back to full fitness following a lengthy injury.
“He was always going to take a bit of time. We’ve been very patient with him. We weren’t prepared to use him until we knew that he was ready to get involved and make an impact. It’s great for him, great for his confidence and great for the team.”
This Cork side will come into the semi-final with more senior experience at Croke Park than Limerick, however, this doesn’t worry the Limerick manager.
“It’s not a concern at all. All our lads have played at Croke Park on numerous occasions. Minors, colleges, club All Ireland’s, senior lads have played there before as well. It’s just another ground at the end of the day.”
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