Limerick hurlers make 3 changes for Antrim game

Jerome O’Connell

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Jerome O’Connell

Limerick hurling team to play Antrim
THE Limerick senior hurling team to play Antrim on Sunday shows three changes from the side that drew with Cork last Saturday.

THE Limerick senior hurling team to play Antrim on Sunday shows three changes from the side that drew with Cork last Saturday.

Graeme Mulcahy misses out due to a one match suspension for his red card against Cork, while Shane Dowling and his Na Piarsaigh colleagues weren’t considered as they are on a rest period from the inter-county panel.

Also out of the team is All Star full back Richie McCarthy.

Tom Condon moves to full back with Patrickswell’s Mark Carmody coming into the side at corner back.

In the full forward line is his Patrickswell club-mate Thomas O’Brien and Tommy Quaid of Effin.

The remainder of the side is unchanged from that which drew 0-17 with Cork.

Antrim have also announced their team.

LIMERICK - Nickie Quaid; Stephen Walsh, Tom Condon, Mark Carmody; Paudie O’Brien, Wayne McNamara, Gavin O’Mahony; Donal O’Grady, Paul Browne; Thomas Ryan, James Ryan, Conor Allis; Thomas O’Brien, Thomas Quaid, Seanie Tobin.

ANTRIM - Chris O’Connell; Chris McGuinness, Conor McKinley, Michael Bradley; Simon McCrory, Neal McAuley, Odhran McFadden; Neil McManus, Ciaran Johnson; Paul Shields, Conor Carson, Niall McKenna; Daniel McKernan, Darren Hamill, Ciaran Clarke.