Limerick's Niamh Ryan
ALL-IRELAND Junior Ladies Football champions Limerick have just one player in the 30-strong Munster panel for the annual Interprovincial tournament.
Limerick centre back Niamh Ryan is the sole player from Shannonside in a panel that is dominated by Cork and Kerry.
Cork's 11-time All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football medallist Briege Corkery is set for a dramatic return to the game next weekend - named as Munster captain for the tournament, to be held this Saturday at the WIT Sports Campus.
The four provinces have revealed their squads for a tournament that will get underway at 11am, with the Interprovincial and Shield Finals pencilled in for 3.30pm.
The action gets underway at 11am, with the Interprovincial and Shield Finals pencilled in for 3.30pm.
Ulster are the current holders and aiming for a 7th successive Interprovincial crown. Munster, in 2011, were the last province other than Ulster to win the Interprovincial title.
Munster panel: Martina O'Brien (Cork), Megan Dunford (Waterford), Aislinn Desmond (Kerry), Shauna Kelly (Cork), Ashling Hutchings (Cork), Karen McGrath (Waterford), Emma Murray (Waterford), Briege Corkery (Cork), Niamh Cotter (Cork), Áine O'Sullivan (Cork), Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh (Kerry), Libby Coppinger (Cork), Sarah Houlihan (Kerry), Hannah O'Donoghue (Kerry), Hannah Looney (Cork), Lauren Fitzpatrick (Tipperary), Caoimhe McGrath (Waterford), Kate McGrath (Waterford), Emma Dineen (Kerry), Niamh Ryan (St Ailbes, Limerick), Katie Murray (Waterford), Michelle Ryan (Waterford), Fiadhna Tangney (Kerry), Michelle McGrath (Waterford), Melissa Duggan (Cork), Aishling Moloney (Tipperary), Orlagh Farmer (Cork), Laurie Ryan (Clare), Aoife Murray (Waterford), Aileen Wall (Waterford).