WATCH: Limerick junior camogie captain on the impact minors have made

Limerick captain Grace Lee has hailed the impact made by the county’s minors on the junior team ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland Premier Junior Final against Kerry at Croke Park.

The junior team have been helped greatly since a host of the minor players signed on to play after their own All-Ireland bid ended with defeat to Laois.

Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Premier Junior Camogie Championship Semi-Final, Cusack Park, Ennis 10/8/2019 Roscommon vs Limerick Limerick’s Grace Lee with Rachel Fitzmaurice of Roscommon Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry

“They have had a huge impact. It’s actually been incredible. They got to the All-Ireland ‘B’ Final against Laois and are superb camogie players.

“They are only 17 and 18 and their maturity levels are fantastic. They are really, really cool and don’t really do nerves.

“They just want to go out and play camogie and that has rubbed off on the entire team.”

Limerick play Kerry on Sunday and the game is live on RTÉ2 at 12pm. Click below to see the full video with team captain Grace Lee.

WATCH: Limerick Camogie Junior captain Grace Lee on the team's journey to Sunday's All Ireland Final and the impact of the minor players on the panel #SportLK

WATCH: Limerick Camogie Junior captain Grace Lee on the team's journey to Sunday's All Ireland Final and the impact of the minor players on the panel #SportLK

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Saturday, September 7, 2019

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