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#9900

The half forward line will chip in with 5/6 points. More importantly though they’ll work like dogs hooking, blocking and fighting for every ball working back to our half back line. Tipp wont like that at all.

I can see the game being quite similar to our game vs Tipp in the league. At 50 minutes we had 35 scoring chances created vs Tipps low 21/22. If we convert our chances we’ve a huge chance tomorrow week.

I’d be inclined to persist with Murphy personally, although one of Mulcahy in form, D Dempsey or B Nash would do a job too in that corner forward spot for us.

I do have concern about a high ball coming in on top of Hickey vs Forde or Callinan. That could prove fatal unless Finn or English are hanging behind him.


#9901

I had a dream last night the ball was thrown in, Lynch gathered it, launched it high into Flanagan, he rose highest, came down with the ball, buried Paudie maher and stuck the ball into the roof of the net.


#9902

Converting chances is vital we can’t be as wasteful as we were during the league but t that said WE WILL WIN


#9903

we have to go for them and be ruthless if we get a sniff, which we haven’t seemed to be doing. our accuracy has been a concern with point taking but if the HF get a turn which they are capable of, they need runners and look for the pass.


#9904

This thread will be hopping on Saturday night!


#9905

Paudie Maher full back🤔defo a dream but we’ll take it if it happens


#9906

Not a chance that this thread will still be open by Saturday night :wink:


#9907

#9908

The earlier posts of Dowling v Flanagan were misguided in my opinion. Dowlings competition for a start in the championship is now Gillane. And Gillane is ahead of him for Tipp based off this years league performances.

Who partners Cian Lynch in midfield is more important I reckon.


#9909

Gillane is 100% starting and a lot safer in his role than Flanagan I’d say
A serious contender for young hurler of the year if he can stay out of injury trouble


#9910

it will be browne. DOD though for me is the man


#9911

I hope his ankle is fully healed up. Heard varying reports from his Patrickswell club games.

Need him at full health.


#9912

Gillane isn’t eligible for young hurler of the year.


#9913

It’s my own award mate


#9914

A combination of WOD and Cian Lynch wouldnt be the worst either. WoD might not have the hurling though yet.

Will be Browne, only worry is his form has been patchy for awhile now. Great fella though, and I agree he’ll most likely start.


#9915

When would you estimate WOD will have the Hurling?!


#9916

He needs to lose a few inches, he’s too tall


#9917

Never. He’s just a decent club player.


#9918

Limerick lads trying desperately to remain relevant before next Sunday’s grand annual thrashing at the hands of Tipperary.


#9919

Fuck off and do something nice for your wife