Limerick FC continue to impress in U15 National League

Limerick FC cruised to a 6-0 away victory over Cobh Ramblers in the Under 15 national league on Tuesday evening.

Filip Mostowy claimed a hat-trick, while Josh Quinlivan bagged a brace and Scott Kirwan claimed the other.

Ger Costelloe’s side boast a 100\% record with two wins from two, his free-scoring side have claimed 10 goals without conceding.

Kirwan put Limerick into the lead early on while a Quinlivan brace took the away side into the break three goals to the good.

An impressive second half hat-trick ensured that Costello’s charges secured an emphatic 6-0 win on the night.

Next up Limerick welcome Kerry to UL this Saturday for a 2 o’clock kick off.

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