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#6901

Despite being no where near as developed physically, Limerick fucked themselves into everything second half and that’s what I’m really happy about… The win was just a bonus.


#6902

You are not going to bully this Limerick team.


#6903

Touhy should be ashamed of himself. no need for that.


#6904

Needs a ban for that


#6905

Besides the Quaids who are we talking about here?
Young Flanagan looks like a real prospect alright


#6906

Dangerous and cowardly…he definitely could do with a months reflection.


#6907

Keith Higgens did something quite similar, albeit with his knee, last season when Galway played Mayo. I called for a 3 month ban then and would do so again now. No place for that bs in sport


#6908

I’d say he didn’t deliberately target that particular body part, he seemed to have his helmet hanging off and was looking at the ground, you’d hope so anyway


#6909

#6910

No place for it whatsoever…murphy was lucky that he wasnt v badly hurt.


#6911

John Flanagan. And it’s remarkable the amount of Quaids that played for Limerick, the twins Jack & Jim, Tommy, Joe, John and Mike all played for Limerick at some level. Tommy Junior, Nicky, and Jack (all Tommy’s kids) and a cousin Damien played underage and minor and senior football even though he is Rathkeale club.

In recent years Jamie Butler, Seán Flanagan, Mike Fitzgibbon, Barry Lynch all played Minor, U21, Intermediate with Limerick.


#6912

My wife’s granny was from the village in Feoghanagh, they had a pub there long ago, is it pronounced Feohana or Feonaha? Strange question I know


#6913

Feohana


#6914

I would assume so, my missus always pronounces it the other way and she’s only a few miles out the road from it


#6915

It makes me sick this cunt Anthony Daly is being mentioned as being a part of today’s success.


#6916

There is two villages in limerick one is feeeeenagh and one is fioooooonnaaaa

Only a few miles apart maybe thats the confusion


#6917

Amen


#6918

Was the slain detective Seamus also of the same clan?


#6919

He was I think


#6920

Yes he was. Played hurling with Wexford