Limerick junior champions face Kingdom challenge

Feenagh-Kilmeedy's Diarmuid Coleman attempts to break through the Feohanagh defence in the county final
LIMERICK junior hurling champions Feenagh-Kilmeedy enjoy the privilege of hosting their Munster championship clash with Kerry intermediate champions Kenmare Shamrocks.

LIMERICK junior hurling champions Feenagh-Kilmeedy enjoy the privilege of hosting their Munster championship clash with Kerry intermediate champions Kenmare Shamrocks.

The provincial quarter-final tie has a 2.00 start on Sunday.

Victory will book a semi-final spot away to Clare winners, Bodyke on November 17.

The Kerry champions hosted St Kierans twelve months ago and the west Limerick side emerged four point winners in Fitzgerald Stadium.

Feenagh-Kilmeedy will be favoured to advance but for some in their line-up, Sunday will be a 10th championship game in seven weeks.

And, their hectic schedule won’t stop soon, with a county junior B football final against Fedamore in the coming weeks.

In their home surrounds the free-taking of Diarmuid Coleman can provide a solid platform.

Murphy’s Liam and Edward and O’Gorman’s Gerard and John will need to star to see the home side advance to the semi-final.