Guide to Limerick
The enforcer of the defence. Ticks every box you’d want from a defender – strong in the air, pacy, brilliant defensive instinct for killing the ball and snuffing out danger at the right time. A real rock of the team. Has turned a long-standing problem position into one of team’s building blocks. Physically dominant, very good in the air, and quick on the turn for such a big guy. His inclusion would be a big plus, especially against another physical guy in Kyle Hayes. But for his “boy on the burning deck” intervention on Séamus Harnedy in the semi-final, Limerick wouldn’t be in the final. His form dipped in league but he’s been reliable in championship. Puck-outs sound, assisted by great range of ball-winners. One of my favourite defenders, he has been great this summer since recovering from knee injury with UL. Badly missed in the defeat by Clare. TJ Reid started on him in Thurles but didn’t stay there. Very tight – arguably the best corner back around. Good club campaign culminating in doing very well on Con O’Callaghan in the final. Surprised he didn’t start against Tipperary but has been doing a fine job since. Glynn is guaranteed to win possession and he will need to be patient for the second phase. Outstanding hurler, great striker and excellent reader of play, but Joe Canning will be a different challenge for someone at his best in the centre-back pocket. He’ll be required to go one-to-one and that needs more intense man-marking skills.
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