Limerick attacker Reidy ruled out of Munster championship

Jerome O’Connell

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Jerome O’Connell

David Reidy, Limerick, in action against Antrim in the NHL
ATTACKER David Reidy has been ruled out of Limerick’s Munster SHC clash with Tipperary on June 1.

ATTACKER David Reidy has been ruled out of Limerick’s Munster SHC clash with Tipperary on June 1.

And the Dromin-Athlacca man will also miss the Munster U-21 hurling championship against Clare on June 4.

This Wednesday night Reidy suffered a broken collar bone in an U-21 hurling challenge game against Kilkenny.

Reidy made his league debut this season for the Limerick seniors and saw action in almost all six league ties.

Just last weekend he impressed in the senior hurling challenge game against Galway and was understood to be pressing hard for inclusion in the half forward line against Tipperary.

He was most certainly have been an integral part of Ciaran Carey’s U-21 side that play All-Ireland champions Clare in the Gaelic Grounds next month.

As well as the two inter-county games, Reidy is also likely to miss his club’s next round of the Premier IHC when they play Knockaderry.