Limerick have made two changes to their line up for this Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC quarter-final against Dublin.
Manager Donal O’Grady recalls the fit again Paul Browne Graeme Mulcahy to the starting 15 with Mark O’Riordan and Richie McCarthy making way.
Browne returns to the team after missing the 3-22 to 0-12 win over Antrim two weeks again with a cracked bone and will slot into midfield, while Mulcahy starts at right corner-forward after recovering from an ankle injury.
There could one change in the line come match day with Donal O’Grady named in the side despite struggling with a shoulder injury, the management team opting to give the player as much time as possible to prove his fitness.
Limerick team: N Quaid; D Moloney, S Hickey, T Condon; W McNamara, B Geary, G O’Mahony; D O’Grady, P Browne; N Moran, J Ryan, D Hannon; G Mulcahy, K Downes, S Tobin.
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