Limerick defeated Longford by 1-8 to 0-9 in Round 3 of the Allianz National Football League Division 4 on Saturday in Pearse Park Longford.
Limerick maintained their unbeaten start to the campaign and moved to the top of the Division Four table with a 1-8 to 0-9 over Longford at Pearse Park. Midfielder Jim O’Donovan got the all-important goal three minutes into the first half for Mickey Ned O’Sullivan’s side, who led by 1-5 to 0-5 at the break. However, Longford will view this as a missed opportunity to claim their first league points of the year as they played much of the second half with 14 men and had a last-minute goal disallowed.
Report from the GAA.ie web site
The Limerick Senior Football Team to play Longford this Saturday in Pearse Park, Longford (2.30pm) in the third round of the Allianz NFL, Division 4 has been confirmed. The team shows three changes from the side that started against Carlow last weekend. Mickey Ned OSullivan continues his policy of rotating the goalkeeping position, this week its Conor Ranahans turn between the posts instead of Brendan Moran, Shane Gallagher makes way for team captain Johnny McCarthy who missed last weeks game due to injury and John Galvin replaces Eoin Joy at mid-field. Limerick will be hoping they can continue their unbeaten run before they take a three week break from NFL action.
Limerick SF Team: Conor Ranahan, Mark ORiordan, Conor Mullane, Andrew Lane, Stephen Lavin, Johnny McCarthy (Captain), Pa Ranahan, James ODonovan, John Galvin, Padraig Browne, James Ryan, John Mullane, Ger Collins, Ian Ryan, Cormac Joyce-Power.