Tipperary face a strong Limerick side in the opening round robin game of the Munster hurling championship on Sunday.
The squad expect it to be a fast and physical encounter – just as was the case in the National League semi final earlier this year.
Limerick have no late injury worries – while Tipperary are sweating on the fitness of corner back Michael Cahill.
Tipp’s Ronan Maher says the Treaty men make for formidable opponants…
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