WATCH: Limerick outclassed by Cork in disappointing defeat

Limerick outclassed by Cork in disappointing defeat.

Limerick turned in a poor performance against Munster rivals Cork in their second group game of the All Ireland Senior Camogie Championship losing by 1-27 to 0-11 at Pairc Ui Rinn earlier today.

For Cork, it was revenge for their Munster final defeat at the hands of Limerick a few weeks ago, while for Limerick it is very much a case of back to the drawing board. They must dust themselves down and get ready for next weekend.

The defeat leaves John Tuohy’s side with absolutely no room for error heading into next weekend’s away trip to Tipperary. Simply put, Limerick need two wins from their last two games to harbour any hopes of making the quarter finals.

You can full highlights here: Video Credit – The Camogie Association

https://www.facebook.com/OfficialCamogieAssociation/videos/10154898369976492/

The group table makes poor reading for Limerick but with their backs to the wall, every game from here on out is a Championship knockout game. John Tuohy must re-instill the early season form and confidence in this side which saw them claim a first ever Munster title.

There is no doubting the talent is there, it is just a matter of converting that talent into a performance on the field.

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