Listen: McDonald delighted with Bray win

Last Friday night Limerick manager Neil McDonald and his side secured a monumental 5-3 victory over 3rd-place Bray Wanderers in the Markets Field.

A brace from Chiedozie Ogbene coupled with goals from Rodrigo Tosi, Bastien Hery and Dean Clarke sealed the win for Limerick as they head into the mid-season break on a high.

McDonald spoke after the game about the importance of the win as Lmerick face the imperious Cork City after the break.

Check out the audio below courtesy of Limerick FC.

NEIL McDONALD: "Fantastic performance and a fantastic win over a top three side."#LimerickFC Manager reflects on the dramatic 5-3 win over Bray Wanderers last Friday evening.

Posted by Limerick Football Club. on Monday, June 5, 2017

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