All-Ireland winning captain Declan Hannon doesn’t subscribe to the theory that Limerick have shown their hand too early this year.
The Treaty County blazed an impressive trail to Allianz HL glory but Hannon insists that they have “massive room for improvement” ahead of their defence of the Liam MacCarthy Cup.
"Munster is very tough, it's so competitive,” he remarked to the Irish Independent at the launch of the 2019 Kellogg’s Cul Camps at Croke Park yesterday.
“The League is the League, at the end of the day. Come Championship it's a totally different kettle of fish. Yeah, I don't think you can ever be going too well. There is always massive room for improvement.
“Even in the League final we didn't play to our best, I don't think. We had a lot of wides and gave away a lot of frees and even throughout the League we conceded plenty of goals.
“So there's loads to work on, I wouldn't say we are going as well as we could be anyway. So, look, we want to push on and get ready for the Championship.”Tweet