17 May 2022

Two changes in Limerick team for Munster Camogie Championship quarter final with Tipperary

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Limerick captain Marian Quaid in action against Tipperary last season

LIMERICK'S team has been revealed for Saturday's Munster senior camogie Championship quarter final with Tipperary.

The provincial championship clash takes place in the TUS Gaelic Grounds this April 23 at 5pm - as the curtain-raiser to the Limerick v Waterford Munster SHC tie at 7pm.

Limerick and Tipperary are looking to book a camogie semi final tie with Clare.

There are two changes to the Limerick team from their last outing - defeat to Offaly in the Littlewoods Ireland League relegation play-off.

Into what looks Limerick's most experienced team of the season comes captain Marian Quaid and Niamh Ryan - both were introduced as subs in the loss to Offaly. It's a first start of the year for Ryan after an injury lay-off.

The defensive duo replace Neamh Curtin and Aoife Nelligan.

Limerick are under new management this season - former Tipperary manager John Lillis is at the helm. His backroom includes Donie Browne, Peter Maher, Tomas Moloney, Niamh Lillis and Paul Hogan. 

LIMERICK: Claire Keating (Cappamore); Emma Kennedy (Doon), Marian Quaid (Bruff) Stephanie Woulfe (Templeglantine); Mairead Ryan (Bruff), Muireann Creamer (Cappamore), Niamh Ryan (Bruff); Sophie O'Callaghan (Adare), Orlaith Kelleher (Croagh-Kilfinny); Michelle Curtin (Templeglantine), Rebecca Delee (Newcastle West), Aisling Scanlon (Killeedy); Caoimhe Lyons (Monaleen), Lorraine McCarthy (Bruff),Caoimhe Costelloe (Adare). Subs: Ciara Mulqueen (Bruff), Aoife Coughlan (Crecora), Teresa Dore (Charleville), Neamh Curtin (Ballybrown), Ailbhe Larkin (Mungret St Pauls), Lizzie Boylan (Na Piarsaigh), Caroline Brennan (Bruff), Sarah O'Brien (Templeglantine), Leah Riordan (Granagh-Ballingarry), Enya Harrington (Na Piarsaigh), Enya Doolan (Ballybrown).

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