Limerick manager John Kiely has called for extended panel members to be allowed attend next month's All-Ireland SHC final against Waterford.
On current Covid-19 restrictions, only those players on the 26-man match-day squad and 12 members of the management and backroom team from each county will be permitted into Croke Park for the December 13 showdown.
"If they don’t let the players come for the final, that would be a real travesty, that would be an absolute travesty," Kiely said following his side's hard fought victory over Galway today.
"That would be a massive mistake. It would be an unforgivable mistake if they don’t let the players come to the final, unforgivable, unforgivable. I hope they will.
"Level 5 restrictions finish on Tuesday so I hope they will for both counties’ sakes and for the players’ sakes on both sides, that’s really important and I hope they do."Tweet