Watch live: Cork face Limerick in McGrath Cup final

Watch live: Cork face Limerick in McGrath Cup final

The first inter-county silverware of 2020 will be handed out at LIT Gaelic Grounds today, starting with the McGrath Cup final.

Ronan McCarthy's Cork face Billy Lee's Limerick in the decider, with a 5.30pm throw-in.


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Team news: The Cork team is a fusion of the different starting 15s for the group games against Kerry and Tipperary.

Paul Ring, an early sub for the injured Nathan Walsh against Kerry, is the only player not to have previously started in the competition, while the full-forward line of Damien Gore, Cathal O’Mahony, and Michael Hurley have scored 7-13 between them.

Cork subs include Killian O’Hanlon, Kevin O’Driscoll, and Brian Hurley, all of whom are returning from injury.

CORK (McGrath Cup final v Limerick): A Casey (Kiskeam); S Ryan (St Finbarr’s), A Browne (Newmarket), P Ring (Aghabullogue); K Crowley (Millstreet), S Meehan (Kiskeam), C Kiely (Ballincollig); I Maguire (St Finbarr’s), T Clancy (Clonakilty); T Corkery (Cill na Martra), C Sheehan (Éire Óg), M Taylor (Mallow); D Gore (Kilmacabea), C O’Mahony (Mitchelstown), M Hurley (Castlehaven).

Subs: J Creedon (Iveleary), P Murphy (Bandon), J O’Rourke (Carbery Rangers), S White (Clonakilty), K O’Hanlon (Kilshannig), S Forde (Na Piarsiagh), S Sherlock (St Finbarr’s), K O’Driscoll (Tadhg Mac Cárthaigh), B Hurley (Castlehaven).

LIMERICK: Donal O’Sullivan (Monaleen); Paul Maher (Adare), Brian Fanning (Pallasgreen), Michael Donovan (Galbally); Tony McCarthy (Kildimo/Pallaskenry), Iain Corbett (Newcastle West - Capt), Robert Childs (Galtee Gaels); Tommy Griffin (Gerald Griffins), Adrian Enright (Fr Caseys); Pádraig de Brún (Firies, Kerry), Cillian Fahy (Dromcollogher/Broadford), Seamus O’Carroll (Castleknock, Dublin); Jamie Lee (Newcastle West), Danny Neville (Ballysteen), Gerard Stack (Gerald Griffins).

Subs: John Chawke (Kildimo/Pallaskenry), Luke Murphy (Monaleen), Gareth Noonan (Dromcollogher/Broadford), Darren O’Doherty (Newcastle West), Tommie Childs (Galtee Gaels), Ryan Glynn (Bruff), Patrick Begley (Mungret/St Pauls), Padraig Scanlon (Glin), Kieran Daly (Na Piarsaigh), James Naughton (St Senans), Davy Lyons (Adare).

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