Dublin have made three changes to their team for their NHL Division 1 clash with Limerick in the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday (2.30).
Limerick born Maurice OBrien will face his native county after being named at right half-back. The former Limerick hurler changed club allegiance to Faughs this year. There is a positional switch in defence with Stephen Hiney moving to corner-back with Niall Corcoran losing out.
In attack there are two changes with David OCallaghan starting at right full-forward and David Curtin at full-forward. The players to lose out are Peadar Carton and the injured John Kelly (knee). Joey Boland was not considered for selection owing to an on-going ankle injury.
DUBLIN (SH v Limerick) – A Nolan; R Trainor, T Brady, S Hiney; M O”Brien, M Carton, D OReilly; S Durkin, J McCaffrey; S Lambert, L Ryan, A McCrabbe; D OCallaghan, D Curtin, L Rushe.