Listen – Tommy Barrett reacts to disappointing home loss to Sligo Rovers

Limerick FC dropped into the relegation playoff place following a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Sligo Rovers at the Markets Field on Saturday evening.

After a scoreless first half Rhys McCabe opened the scoring after 58 minutes with a phenomenal free kick from inside his own half as the midfielder caught Limerick stopper Brendan Clarke off his line.

A Greg Moorhouse goal had Rovers two goals to the good with less than ten minutes on the clock before Daniel Kearns pulled one back for the home side on 89 minutes.

Limerick now face into a tough assignment on Tuesday night when they welcome leaders Dundalk to the Markets Field.

Hear the reaction of Tommy Barrett below. Audio courtesy of Limerick FC.

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