Sheedy and O’Sullivan manage Munster teams

TIPPERARY’S Liam Sheedy will lead Munster’s hurlers into the revamped M Donnelly Interprovincial semi-finals next month while Cork selector Ger O’Sullivan will be tasked with guiding the footballers.

Sheedy’s brings an impressive management team into the squad with selectors Stephen Frampton (Waterford) and James O’Connor (Clare) while former Tipperary senior hurling coach Eamon O’Shea will be involved in a coaching capacity.

And they’ll need that expertise to win the title for the first time since 2007 as Leinster await in the hurling semi-final clash on Sunday, February 19, at Nowlan Park. Kilkenny.

Munster last won the title five years ago.

Ger O’Sullivan (Cork) has assembled Maurice Horan (Limerick/Mayo) and John Kennedy (Kerry) as his selectors for the football semi-final with Leinster on at the same date in Parnell Park Dublin.


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