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WATCH: Gerald Griffins will need “Unreal Performance” to get Past Galtee Gaels

A place in the 2020 Limerick Senior Football Championship is on the line this Sunday when Gerald Griffins face Galtee Gaels in the Intermediate Football Final.

5-10-19 GAA IWP, SFC and the Griffin Coaches, IFC Final Launch in the Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel . Picture: Keith Wiseman

While Gerald Griffins were relatively comfortable in their semi-final against Claughaun, Galtee Gaels needed extra-time to overcome Mungret in their last four tie.

That game demonstrated the resilience the Galtee Gaels have with Gerald Griffins captain Tommie Griffin aware of the task at hand.

“They showed the grit they have in that semi-final. They are never beaten. They will throw everything at us so we will have to be unreal to get over the line.”

Watch the interview with Griffin in full below.

Tommie Griffin looks ahead to the 2019 Intermediate Final

Gerald Griffins GAA's Tommie Griffin on the LimerickGAA Intermediate Final against Galtee Gaels GAA. "It would be massive for us, we love our football"

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Monday, October 7, 2019

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