Friday, March 10, 2023

Michael Bolton

Limerick GAA have today announced that Ray Dempsey has resigned as manager of the senior football side.

After guiding Knockmore to back-to-back county titles in Mayo, Dempsey was appointed as manager in October in a two-year deal, succeeding Billy Lee.

However, he was unable to overcome a difficult start to their league campaign, as Limerick are bottom of division two of the Allianz football league with just one point after five games.

In a statement by Limerick this afternoon, they said, “Limerick GAA wish to announce that the Limerick Senior Football management have stepped down with immediate effect.

“Limerick GAA would like to thank them for their commitment to the job and wish them well in their future.

“Mark Fitzgerald will take up the position of manager until the end of the season.”

Limerick must beat Kildare and Clare in their final two league games if they are to have any chance fo surviving relegation to division three.

In the championship, they will face the winners of Cork v Clare in thew Munster semi-final.

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