WATCH: Billy Lee reacts as Limerick secure the Division 4 title

On Saturday, after a number of years resigned to the bottom tier of the National Football League, Limerick were crowned Division 4 champions after beating Sligo 1-16 to 1-14 on the final day.

In Billy Lee’s fourth year in the charge, his side were deserved League champions and add that title to the Munster League victory from January.

It will provide the perfect tonic ahead of next weekend’s Munster championship quarter-final against Waterford.

Speaking after the game, Lee said that the day will be savoured as ‘they don’t come around too often’.

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