Treaty Talk EP81: SFC, SHC, Returning Footballers and All-Ireland heartbreak

In a jam-packed episode, we look back on what was a very week for Limerick GAA.

Last weekend Newcastle West and St Kierans booked their places in the semi-finals of the Limerick SFC.

We also kook back on Limerick’s disappointing loss in the Premier Junior All-Ireland Camogie final in Croke Park.

Also up for discussion is the return of Billy Lee, Danny Neville and Josh Ryan to the Senior Football side for 2020.

This weekend’s Limerick SHC quarter-finals are also analysed with Doon facing Ballybrown and Ahane meeting Kilmallock.

Listen to the podcast with Matt in full below.

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