FORMER All Star goalkeeper Brian Murray is the standout selection in the Limerick intermediate hurling panel for next week’s Munster IHC with Tipperary.
The June 1 semi-final has a 2.00 start in Thurles as the customary curtain-raiser to the senior clash.
Limerick are managed by a five man selection committee of Don Flynn, Tom Ryan, Jimmy Carroll, Tony Roche and Pat Howard.
They have unveiled a 31-man squad, that has representation from 23 different clubs.
The squad is drawn from nine senior clubs, four premier intermediate sides, five clubs from the county IHC and five junior clubs.
Given the proximity of the Munster IHC and the Munster U-21 clash against Clare in the Gaelic Grounds on Wednesday June 4, there are no U-21 players included.
PANEL: Conor Noonan (Feohanagh-Castlemahon), Damien Quaid (St Marys Sean Finns), Seamus Murphy (Templeglantine), Anthony Hartnett (Tournafulla), Willie Griffin (Adare), Graham Costello (Claughaun), Peter Ryan (Dromin-Athlacca), Michael Reidy (Dromin-Athlacca), Mark Deegan (Hospital-Herbertstown), Padraic Barron (Knockainey), David O’Neill (South Liberties), Brendan Hourigan (Caherline), Andrew Brennan (Caherline), Paudie Leahy (Blackrock), Kevin Palmer (Blackrock), Eoin Walsh (Glenroe), Liam Hurley (Kilmallock), Brian Murray (Patrickswell), Richie Ryan (Ahane), Seanie O’Brien (Patrickswell), Mikey Ryan (Murroe-Boher), Bill Creamer (Cappamore), John Ryan (Cappamore), Ger McPartland (Doon), Michael Barry (Doon), Cathal McNamara (Doon), Jason Hayes (Bruff), Mark O’Connell (Glenroe), David Murphy (Kilteely-Dromkeen), Pat Gleeson (Na Piarsaigh), Kevin Barry (Pallasgreen).