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WATCH: St Kieran’s Sean McSweeney reacts to quarter-final victory

St Kierans reached the semi-finals of the Limerick SFC last Saturday with a deserved 1-11 to 0-7 win over favourites Fr Caseys in Newcastle.

Kierans led for the majority of the game before a late Sean McSweeney penalty out the game to bed.

Kierans now advance to face Oola in the last four stages in a repeat of their round 3 clash where the Oola men ran out winners.

McSweeney was delighted to the get the win and is looking to help his side reach a first couty final since 2005.

“2005 was the last time. I don’t know what age I was but I was sitting in the stands!”

McSweeney is aware of the challenge that lay ahead however.

“We played them already, they were better than us on the day. We’ve a lot of respect for them. They’re tough, they’re physical. We’re young and light, so we’ll try play to our advantage.”

See the full interview with McSweeney on our Facebook page below!

WATCH: St. Kieran's GAA forward Sean McSweeney on their LimerickGAA SFC quarter final win over Fr. Caseys GAA and looking forward to the semi final #SportLK

WATCH: St. Kieran's GAA forward Sean McSweeney on their LimerickGAA SFC quarter final win over Fr. Caseys GAA and looking forward to the semi final #SportLK

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Sunday, September 8, 2019

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