Lacklustre Limerick bow out of Football Championship

Limerick were undone by Wexford in the Gaelic Grounds by 0-12 to 0-11 to end their season prematurely. The sides were level at the half 0-7 a piece.

Limerick will be disappointed by the manner of the performance with very few standing up to the Wexford challenge. Furthermore Limerick will know that had chances to win the game or at least draw it.

Fot Billy Lee, a long winter awaits as he hopes to implement his plans further on this relatively young squad.

Match report to follow.

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