WATCH: Highlights from Limerick FC’s draw with Galway Utd

The super blues guaranteed their survival with the point at the Markets field on Friday night

Galway United came back from 2 nil down at one stage to share the spoils with the home side but it didn’t matter in the end as a point is all Neil McDonalds men needed to survive for another season in Ireland’s top division.

You can see watch full highlights from the 2 all draw here.

Video credit Limerick FC Facebook.

HIGHLIGHTS: #LimerickFC battled the elements and a determined Galway United last Friday evening at the Markets Field to get that all-important point and secure Premier Division football next season! Check out all the action here!

Posted by Limerick Football Club. on Tuesday, October 24, 2017

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