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.”

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