League debut for Limerick's Moran

Table toppers Limerick will chase their second win in NFL Division 4 on Saturday night, as they bid to secure promotion back into the league's third tier.

Mickey Ned O'Sullivan's men take on second-placed Carlow at the Gaelic Grounds (throw-in 7.30pm), seven days after a 0-17 to 1-4 opening victory over London.

O'Sullivan has made three changes to the team that triumphed in Ruislip, the most notable seeing Mungret clubman Brendan Moran come in for his league debut.

Moran replaces Conor Ranahan, with Mark O'Riordan starting in place of Andrew Lane at left corner back and Eoin Joy, an Under-21 squad member, deputises for John Galvin in midfield.

LIMERICK (SF v Carlow): B Moran; S Gallagher, C Mullane, M O'Riordan; S Lavin, J McCarthy, P Ranahan; J O'Donovan, E Joy; J Mullane, J Ryan, P Browne; G Collins, C Joyce-Power, I Ryan.

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