Heading into their final game of the Minster Championship, Limerick were widely considered the form team in the nation after a stunning win over Waterford in the Gaelic Grounds. This was followed by a underwhelming display against Clare where the Banner ran out eleven point victors and condemned Limerick to the All Ireland Quarter Final Qualifiers.
Limerick manager John Kiely has come out and applauded his players attitude in the weeks since and has outlined how his team has learned from the setback and moved forward in preparation for this weekend’s game against Carlow.
“From the start of the year, the attitude has always been right. That’s down to the players and their own attitude, it’s not necessarily management even, its down to the group. They are very hard working, very ambitious and they are very good at managing themselves coming into matches making sure they are in the right frame of mind.”
(On Clare) “It was a poor performance on our part but it’s parked, it’s done, it’s dusted, we’ve recovered from it. We have taken the learnings from it and moved on.”
Watch the interview in full on the link below.