Video captures all the great scores, saves and drama of Fitzgibbon Cup clash

There was some late drama in the Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final between Limerick IT and NUIG on Thursday.

NUIG got into the semi-finals after a dramatic 1-15 to 2-10 victory over LIT.

LIT missed some chances to progress, especially the two penalties that were missed. Peter Duggan’s was well saved by Shane Hennessey in the first half, while Diarmaid Byrnes drove his effort wide in added time.

HE GAA videographer Jerome Quinn was there to capture the skill, passion and commitment in Moylish.

He said: "The players running through the crowd to get onto the pitch for the start of the game is classic Fitzgibbon.

"This is the great game of hurling at its purest, on a Thursday afternoon on a college pitch, with amazing scores, high catches and serious drama right at the end."

The Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals are on Tuesday and Thursday of this week.

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