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The Sideline Cut Podcast Season 2 Episode 4

Limerick welcome Waterford to the TUS Gaelic Grounds this Sunday in their final round robin outing of the Munster Championship campaign. John Kiely's men are need of a positive result to guarantee their place in a Munster final and progression to the All Ireland series. Luke Liddy and James Ryan are joined this week by four time All Ireland winning former Limerick goalkeeper Barry Hennessy.

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