WATCH: Limerick’s Aaron Tier’s goal helps Ireland to European bronze

Limerick man Aaron Tier was amongst the goals as the Ireland Cerebral Palsy side claimed the IFCPF European bronze medal over the weekend with a 2-1 win over Holland.

Tier hit the back of the net to give Ireland the lead 47th minute before captain Gary Messett claimed the winning goal after the Dutch had equalised.

Watch the best of the action below.

Ireland: Mark Barry (GK), Luke Evans, Aaron Tier, Oisín Merritt, Gary Messett (captain), Dillon Sheridan, Darragh Snell.

Substitutes: Darragh Byrne, James Naughton, Ryan Nolan, Peter Cotter, Sam Carroll, Darragh Ruane.

Netherlands: George van Altena (GK), Jeroen Schuitert, Tom van Reusel, Daan Dikken (captain), Rik Rodenburg, Joey Mense, Minne de Vos.

Substitutes: Stefan Boersma, Roy Flier, Harm Panneman, Martijn Loeffen, Gerard Bambacht, Jeroen Saedt, Jochem Kintz.

Referee: C. Dias

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