Grame Mulcahy: Limerick conveyor belt key to prolonged Munster success

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"It's great for the supporters, they've been travelling in numbers all the time but since 2018 they've been on some journey and we want to make that journey continue.

"We're constantly changing in terms of approaching each game differently, there are different players making different impacts. I'd be used to featuring a lot, you can see the likes of Adam English and Shane O'Brien coming to the fore more, Cathal O'Neill as well. A lot of the youth coming through, that constant transition, building as we go.

"You're always looking over your shoulder, it's been like that for as long as I can remember. The likes of Donnacha Ó Dálaigh and Aidan O'Connor have been featuring a lot this year and really putting the pressure on."

Adam English was one of the Limerick youngsters name-checked by Mulcahy

Along with with keeping the Mick Mackey Cup in their trophy cabinet for another 12 months, another reward for the Munster champions is a four-week break before their All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park.

Offaly, Cork or Dublin will lie in wait on 7 July, and all could be battle-weary after coming through a potentially gruelling All-Ireland series over the next fortnight.

Meanwhile, Mulcahy and his team-mates are looking forward to sitting back and watching it all unfold.

"We take it game by game and we want to win," he said.

"We have a four-week block to get through up to the semi-final and we'll be able to do a bit of work on the side and watch the other games and see what teams come through so we're looking forward to it."

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