| 12.9°C Dublin

Close

Premium

‘Unbelievably competitive’ Limerick group ready to drive on again, insists Peter Casey

Treaty men not finished yet as Na Piarsaigh star savours sweet All-Ireland success after injury hell

Close

"It was great that the two of us were on the pitch together at the end. I’d say my mother didn’t thank us too much because her heart would have been all over the place." Peter Casey, left, and his brother Mike lift the Liam MacCarthy Cup after Limerick's win over Kilkenny. Photo: Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

"It was great that the two of us were on the pitch together at the end. I’d say my mother didn’t thank us too much because her heart would have been all over the place." Peter Casey, left, and his brother Mike lift the Liam MacCarthy Cup after Limerick's win over Kilkenny. Photo: Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

Mike Casey, left, and Peter Casey of Limerick celebrate

Mike Casey, left, and Peter Casey of Limerick celebrate

/

"It was great that the two of us were on the pitch together at the end. I’d say my mother didn’t thank us too much because her heart would have been all over the place." Peter Casey, left, and his brother Mike lift the Liam MacCarthy Cup after Limerick's win over Kilkenny. Photo: Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

The highs are savoured all the more when you’ve experienced the lows and few took as much satisfaction from Limerick’s recent All-Ireland SHC success as Peter Casey.

Casey was on his way to bagging the man of the match award in the 2021 decider, having notched 0-5 from play inside half an hour before disaster struck and his cruciate knee ligament snapped.


Most Watched





Privacy