WATCH: John Kiely says “both teams have improved” ahead of crucial 1/4 final

Despite losing out to Kilkenny last season in a qualifier, John Kiely says this Limerick have benefited from the extra league games as well as the round robin structure this year.

Speaking to the media this week, Kiely says the extra game time has really helped bring on some of the younger members of the panel.

“I think all the players are a bit more mature now and you’ve had the benefit of two  years of coaching and two years of physical development as well.  A lot of the lads have a bit more experience under their belts, plus they have more game time.

“I think the round robin series in Munster has been a huge benefit to the younger players in terms of all the games they’ve got. You’ve seen that with Kilkenny too with their younger players.

“They’ve benefited from the round robin too. Both teams have improved but it will be interesting to see who has improved the most, that’s the bottom line.”

Click on the link below to watch the video in full and don’t forget click the subscribe button at the end of the video!!!

Social Sharing

Posted in

Unchanged side named as Lee looks to make it five from five in Antrim

Billy Lee will take his Limerick side to Antrim on Sunday knowing that another win could seal promotion ...
Read More

Preview: Limerick welcome Westmeath to the LIT Gaelic Grounds in NHL

Limerick take on Westmeath for the first time since 2016 when they welcome the Leinster side to the ...
Read More

Preview: Limerick footballers travel to Antrim with promotion aspirations

The Limerick footballers travel to Antrim this Sunday to face the Saffrons in round five of the National ...
Read More

WATCH: Billy Lee wary of ‘dangerous’ Antrim side ahead of trip up North

Limerick could potentially earn promotion to Division 3 in the National Football League when they face Antrim away ...
Read More

Treaty Talk EP100: Huge National League weekend for hurlers and footballers

In a milestone podcast, Raff and Matt look forward to a huge weekend of action for Limerick GAA. ...
Read More

WATCH: Jerry O’Sullivan incredibly ‘proud’ of U20 Footballers in defeat

In difficult conditions in Mick Neville Park last night, the Limerick U20 footballers fell to Kerry 0-14 to ...
Read More

WATCH: Ciarán Carey previews Limerick & Westmeath

This Sunday Limerick will look to consolidate their place at the top of Group 1 in the NHL ...
Read More

Limerick exit Munster U-20 Football Championship after defeat to Kerry

Limerick's hopes of reaching the final of the Munster U-20 Gaelic Football Championship ended at the semi final ...
Read More