Shaun Kelly signs with Ballynanty Rovers

Former Limerick FC defender Shaun Kelly has put pen to paper with Limerick District premier league side Ballynanty Rovers.

Kelly was part of the Limerick set up this season, however new manager Neil McDonald deemed him to be surplus to requirements.

The Killybegs man decided to stay in Limerick, where he had settled with his family, and now makes his return to football at junior level.

Ballynanty are currently 4 points behind top side Janesboro in the premier league, while they face off against the league leaders in the Munster Junior Cup this weekend.

 

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