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Limerick minor side set to return to training

A spokesperson said it was a precautionary measure, in case their decision to appeal their semi-final loss is successful.

The All-Ireland Minor Semi-Final last weekend was overshadowed by a Hawk-Eye malfunction.
The All-Ireland Minor Semi-Final last weekend was overshadowed by a Hawk-Eye malfunction.

LIMERICK MINORS ARE set to return to training, a spokesperson for the side tonight confirmed to TheScore.ie.

The side were knocked out of the All-Ireland semi-final at the weekend by Galway, yet the game was overshadowed by controversy, as a well-documented Hawk-Eye malfunction benefited their opponents.

The spokesperson said that the measure would serve as a pre-caution, with the prospect of a semi-final replay currently being discussed.

It was yesterday confirmed that Limerick GAA would lodge an appeal over the result.

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