Daniel Cooney, Darragh McDermott, Ronan Mescall, Peter Power, Sean McNamara, John Lenihan, Luke Keogh, Ruairí Walsh.
UL have completed an All-Ireland Freshers hurling double with Clare men once again to the fore.
Mallow was the venue for Wednesday night’s clash as the University of Limerick recorded a 2-25 0-16 win over Munster Technological University (MTU) Cork.
Newmarket-on-Fergus’ Peter Power secured the win scoring UL’s second goal with eleven minutes of normal time remaining. Fellow corner forward, Sean McNamara of Sixmilebridge was also prolific, notching numerous white flags throughout the contest.
Just four points separated the sides at half-time but a stronger UL found an extra gear in the second half to win the All-Ireland Division Two Freshers Final. The Limerick university had already claimed the Division One Freshers Final earlier this month adding to the Fitzgibbon Cup and intermediate titles won this season.
Power and McNamara were joined in the starting team by Parteen defender Darragh McDermott who lined out at corner back. McDermott’s clubmates, Daniel Cooney and Jack Kirwan were part of the panel alongside Inagh/Kilnamona’s Ronan Mescall, Sixmilebridge forward Luke Keogh and Kilmaley hurler Gearoid O’Grady.
Ruairí Walsh of Sixmilebridge was a selector to the David Clohessy managed outfit with David Foley of Cratloe the team’s statistician. UL’s Gaelic Games officer is Ronan Keane from Éire Óg with O’Callaghans Mills’ John Lenihan heavily involved.