WATCH: Highlights from Limerick’s comprehensive win over Tipperary

Limerick secured a first Munster championship victory since 2012 last Saturday evening when they defeated Tipperary 3-11 to 1-10 in Semple Stadium.

Second half goals from Iain Corbett, Cillian Fahy and Peter Nash secured the well deserved win as Limerick move into the 2019 Munster Football championship semi-final.

That game takes on June 1 in Pairc Ui Rinn where Limerick will be looking to reach a first Munster final since 2010.

Since the Tipperary game there has been much praise for Billy Lee’s side and below you can watch highlights from the impressive Limerick performance.

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