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WATCH: Billy Lee on Westmeath qualifier and learning from Cork loss

Limerick’s footballers face Westmeath in Mullingar on Saturday and it’s a game they must win to keep their 2019 season alive.

Billy Lee’s side face a Lake County outfit that will be firm favourites in Cusack Park, but the Newcastle West man is confident his side can put in a big performance.

“Westmeath are a Division 2 team for next year. The only team that were in a higher division than them in the draw was Monaghan.

“That just puts the size of the task in context. It’s a challenge that we will go and take on and see what we can do on the night.

“We are looking forward to it and we are focused. It’s a challenge that we will go and take on and see what we can do on the night. We are looking forward to it and we are focused.”

Click below to see the full video with Limerick manager Billy Lee.

WATCH: Limerick GAA Football manager Billy Lee on Westmeath qualifier and learnings in the wake of Cork defeat #SportLK Munster Gaa

WATCH: Limerick GAA Football manager Billy Lee on Westmeath qualifier and learnings in the wake of Cork defeat #SportLK Munster Gaa

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Thursday, June 20, 2019

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