WATCH: Ballylanders and Ballysteen play out a thriller in the 2018 Limerick SFC QF

Tonight’s Limerick GAA action from the archives is the 2018 Limerick SFC quarter final clash between Ballysteen and Ballylanders from Kilmallock.

Ballylanders were runners up to Adare in their group while Ballysteen finished third in theirs to set up the tie.

In the game, there were some hge twists and turns with a late goal proving the difference.

Check out the classic below with John Keogh and Matt O’Callaghan on commentary.

2018 Ballylanders v Ballysteen – Limerick SFC 1/4 Final

One of the most dramatic games of the 2018 LimerickGAA SFC was the 1/4 Final between Ballysteen Gaa & Ballylanders Gaa with a cracking finish to the game. Played in Kilmallock on 29th of September 2018.

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Monday, June 22, 2020

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