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Grame Mulcahy: Limerick conveyor belt key to prolonged Munster success

Graeme Mulcahy said that Limerick will "never get used" to success, after the Treaty County clinched a record sixth Munster Hurling Championship in a row on Sunday.

For the third year running, Limerick got the better of neighbours Clare in the final, this time beating the Banner by a 1-26 to 1-20 scoreline at Semple Stadium.

Since the current golden era began in 2018, Limerick have bid farewell to a number of stalwarts, but Mulcahy credited some of the new class with keeping the older players on their toes.

The corner-forward has been around for all six of those Munster successes, as well as the five All-Irelands that Limerick have racked up during John Kiely's tenure, after growing up in an era in which the county were hurling also-rans.

"You can never get used to it," Mucahy told RTÉ Sport after the game. "1996 up to 2013, there was a bit of a drought so to keep putting them back-to-back is a phenomenal achievement for this group of players.

"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."

Along with with keeping the Mick Mackey Cup in their trophy cabinet