THE Limerick senior camogie team look to build on their bright start to the season in round two of the National League this Sunday (2.00) when they travel to play Waterford in the WIT GAA grounds.
The opening day of the league saw new manager John Tuohy lead his side to a first competitive win over Cork in 12-years.
Sunday sees Limerick travel to play All Ireland Intermediate champions Waterford.
With Derry and Kilkenny still to come, Limerick are in contention for a top two finish and a semi final spot.
”Sunday will be a tricky assignment – Waterford have worked really hard in pre-season,” said Limerick manager John Tuohy.
”We really are taking each game as it comes and the real target for me is championship. We are building a team for that so we want to get a look at as many girls as possible in the league and will bring some of the minors with us for the trip to play Derry, because they will give us more options as the season progresses,” he outlined.
“To get over the line against Cork was great for the girls – 12 years is a long time to wait for the win and it certainly helped the girls to train even harder.”
Katie Campbell, Mairead Fitzgerald and Megan O’Meara all remain out injured, while Sinead McNamara and Rebecca Noonan are doubts with hamstrings.