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Limerick confirm Declan Hannon as new hurling skipper

The Treaty face Cork in a couple of weeks.

DECLAN HANNON WILL captain the Limerick hurlers in 2018.

The Adare clubman was announced as James Ryan’s replacement by county chiefs last night.

The 25-year-old has been a mainstay in the Treaty side for several seasons, dropping back to fill the centre back position for John Kiely’s side in 2017.

Bruff’s Paul Browne will take up the vice-captain role.  Limerick face Cork in their season opener on December 30 in Mallow.

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