Three changes for Limerick hurlers to play Galway

Jerome O’Connell

Reporter:

Jerome O’Connell

Limerick GAA fixtures
THERE are three changes to the Limerick hurling team for Sunday’s National League quarter-final.

THERE are three changes to the Limerick hurling team for Sunday’s National League quarter-final.

Limerick have home advantage in the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday (3.30) for the clash with Galway.

Joint managers Donal O’Grady and TJ Ryan have made three changes to the team that beat Laois last Sunday.

Into the team come captain Donal O’Grady, Gavin O’Mahony and Shane Dwoling.

Dropping to the subs are Stephen Walsh, Dan Morrissey and Micheal Ryan.

Cathal King moves from midfield to corner back in place of Walsh, while Philip O’Loughlin continues at full back in place of All Star Richie McCarthy.

In attack, Kevin Downes is named at wing forward with Shane Dowling at full forward.

LIMERICK: Nickie Quaid; Cathal King, Philip O’Loughlin, Tom Condon; Paudie O’Brien, Wayne McNamara, Gavin O’Mahony; Paul Browne, Donal O’Grady; Kevin Downes, James Ryan, David Reidy; Graeme Mulcahy, Shane Dowling, Conor Allis. Subs: Aaron Murphy, Stephen Walsh, Mark Carmody, Richie McCarthy, Dan Morrissey, Alan Dempsey, Thomas Ryan, Micheal Ryan, Thomas O’Brien, William Hickey, Tommy Quaid.