Limerick and Kilkenny meet this Saturday evening in the All-Ireland semi-final in Croke Park.
It has been four weeks since Limerick’s last competitive game which was the Munster final win over Tipperary and goalkeeper Nickie Quaid feels like his side have managed the time well since that game.
Quaid is one of three starting survivors from Limerick’s last match when they entered Croke Park as Munster champions in 2013 and is eager to right the wrongs of that clash with Clare.
“We think we’ve managed the time very well, but I suppose Saturday will tell. We like to think we have a very strong panel, so we had a couple of in-house games and they have been competitive. Hopefully they will be enough to get us through the weekend.”
Having watched Kilkenny beat Cork so impressively in the quarter-final a fortnight ago, Quaid is focused on getting his own game right with the result to take care of itself should Limerick do so.
“We can’t control what they do. We just have to focus on ourselves and come on Saturday and hopefully perform to the best of our ability and hopefully that will be enough to get us over the line.”
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