WATCH – Limerick senior camogie side suffer league semi-final heartbreak


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A determined Limerick side lost out by 4 points to All-Ireland champions Cork in C.I.T on Sunday on a 2-13 to 2-17 scoreline.

Cork were 10 points clear with a minute of normal time remaining but John Tuohy’s side fought back through a goal from captain Sarah Carey, followed by points from February player of the month Niamh Mulcahy and Mary O’Callaghan to cut the deficit to five points.

Mulcahy netted a late penalty followed by a point as Limerick put the pressure on in the dying stages to get to within a score of Cork, however it wasn’t to be for the girls in green on the day.

Watch full highlights below courtesy of the Camogie Association.

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