LISTEN – John Tuohy says Limerick in far better place that last year despite Cork loss

John Tuohy says Limerick in far better place that last year despite Cork loss.

Limerick manager John Tuohy said he’s satisfied with his side’s progression throughout this season’s league campaign. Limerick lost out narrowly in their league semi-final with Cork in C.I.T on Sunday.

“What we set out to do, we’ve achieved now. I know the team were disappointed with the performance and the management team will be the same. It’s all about heading towards the championship now.”

The girls in green have defeated Kilkenny this season and pushed Cork to their limits on Sunday. Tuohy says this helps build belief within the squad but with that comes with it’s own pressure.

“It’s putting pressure on us but you have to accept that pressure and be ready for that. I think the team is maturing nicely, come championship we’ll be ready for that situation.”

Listen to the full interview with John Tuohy below.

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