O’Grady begins Treaty selection

NEW Limerick senior hurling boss Donal O’Grady has invited 80 players to trials on Sunday as he begins the process of selecting his 2011 squad.

O’Grady and selectors TJ Ryan, Ciaran Carey and Pat Heffernan will oversee sessions in the GAA grounds of Garryspillane in Knocklong and Staker Wallace in Martinstown.

Letters were sent to players throughout the county including members of the 2009 and 2010 inter-county panels.


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