AFTER a lengthy delay, the Limerick U20 Hurlers will get their campaign underway with a Munster semi-final clash with Cork in the LIT Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.
The game will be televised live on TG4 with throw in at 4.30pm with TV coverage beginning 15 minutes prior to that.
In Paul Beary’s second year in charge of the squad, they will be looking for a better performance than that in 2019 as they fell in the quarter-finals to the Rebels losing out 1-10 to 0-16.
They are boosted by four of John Kiely’s senior side who are currently preparing for Sunday’s All-Ireland final.
Those are Jason Gillane, Josh Considine, Mark Quinlan and Brian O’Grady.
The team is captained by Jack Ryan of Doon.
Limerick are yet to win the Provincial crown at this grade but did win the U21’s championship in 2017.
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