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WATCH: Post match reaction to draw between Patrickswell and Kilmallock

Patrickswell and Kilmallock played out an entertaining 0-18 to 0-18 draw at the LIT Gaelic Grounds last night.

Aaron Gillane’s injury time free saw The ‘Well to the draw and they remain unbeaten in the Bon Secours Limerick SHC as a result.

Following the game, Patrickswell manager Ciarán Carey admitted that his side were not at their best.

“Having performed the way we did, definitely under performed, and to come away with a draw I’m delighted for the lads.

“They showed a bit of character in the last 10 minutes and only for that they wouldn’t have come away with a draw.”

Click below to see the full interview with Ciarán Carey.

WATCH: Patrickswell GAA Club manager Ciarán Carey admits that his side got out of jail in coming out with a draw against CLG Cill Mocheallog – Kilmallock GAA Club at the LIT Gaelic Grounds last night #SportLK

WATCH: Patrickswell GAA Club manager Ciarán Carey admits that his side got out of jail in coming out with a draw against CLG Cill Mocheallog – Kilmallock GAA Club at the LIT Gaelic Grounds last night #SportLK

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Friday, August 16, 2019

Elsewhere, there was disappointment in the Kilmallock camp. John Brudair’s side led 0-7 to 0-0 after a blistering opening, but were undone by poor discipline.

The concession of frees allowed Patrickswell back into the game. Selector Jamie Wall says that they were disappointed not to come away with the victory, but happy with their response from the loss to Na Piarsaigh,

“Today we got a bit of a performance, but this club isn’t built on performances it’s built on results.

“Anytime you draw a game that you feel that you could win is disappointing. Look there are a lot of positives to take from it too.

“Your job is to accentuate the positives and take them and take the negatives and work on them.

“Our free count was poor. There is no getting away from that. We left ourselves against an opposition that has one of the best free takers in the country stay in the game.”

Click below to watch the full interview with Jamie Wall.

WATCH: CLG Cill Mocheallog – Kilmallock GAA Club selector Jamie Wall was disappointed with draw against Patrickswell GAA Club but happy with response from heavy loss to Na Piarsaigh Gaa last week #SportLK

WATCH: CLG Cill Mocheallog – Kilmallock GAA Club selector Jamie Wall was disappointed with draw against Patrickswell GAA Club but happy with response from heavy loss to Na Piarsaigh Gaa last week #SportLK

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Friday, August 16, 2019

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