Listen – Post match reaction from Neil McDonald and Lee-J Lynch following cup progression

Post match reaction from Neil McDonald and Lee J Lynch following progression to the FAI CUP Quarter-Finals.

It wasn’t a classic by any stretch of the imagination but Limerick FC managed to secure a 1-0 win over 10-man Finn Harps on Saturday in the FAI Cup last 16.

Manager Neil McDonald was happy to eventually break down Ollie Horgan’s dogged side. Audio Credit Limerick FC.

Midfielder Lee J-Lynch says it was hard for his side to adapt to Finn Harps going down to ten men as it’s not always easier to play against a side who are a man down. The Limerick man hopes to get a home draw in the next round. Audio Credit Limerick FC.

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