Limerick Pace Too Much For The Banner

Clare’s Senior Hurling Manager says Limerick set a tough pace to keep up to in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Final.

Despite drawing level at half-time, mostly due to 12 points from Tony Kelly, 5 points in quick succession after the break saw Limerick take a lead they wouldn’t lose.

0-36 to 1-23 was the score as the final whistle blew.

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Clare Boss Brian Lohan said they were a demanding team to play against.

Clare FM’s coverage of the match comes in association with Matt Waters Clare Fruit and Veg Market Turnpike Road and Geraghty’s Spar and Off licence, Turnpike, Ennis.