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WATCH: Gary McInerney “There is only one place this is going. . . top corner”

Banogue secured the Junior B football Championship in dramatic fashion, thanks to a stoppage time goal from forward Gary McInerney.

The goal was heartbreaking from Knockane, who’d were appearing in a county final for the first time in since the 1942 senior football final. 

We caught up with Gary after the game to get his thoughts.

“I said there is only one place this is going anyway, top corner”

Gary McInerney
Gary McInerney on his dramatic winning goal

Banogue Gaa Banogue Gary McInerney popped up in the 64th minute to fire home a dramatic winner as his side claimed a 2-9 to 1-9 win over Knockane GAA Club in the LimerickGAA Junior B Final. Catch his post match reaction here. Dromin Athlacca Gaa

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Saturday, November 9, 2019

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