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Published: 22:00 | 22/8/16

Brudair leaves Limerick post


John Brudair has stepped down from his position as Limerick football manager.

Limerick lost to Clare in the Munster SFC earlier this summer but they went on to defeat Antrim in the qualifiers before losing out to Cork in round 2B.

In the wake of the defeat, Brudair, who succeeded Maurice Horan as manager at the end of the 2013 season, has decided not to seek another term.

"John Brudair has informed CLG Coiste Contae Luimní today that he will not be going forward for another term as Limerick Senior Football Manager," a statement from Limerick GAA read.

"John has given sterling service to Limerick Football over the past three seasons. CLG Coiste Contae Lumní and Coiste Peil Lumní would like to thank John and his Management team for their dedication to Limerick Football.

"We would like to wish John, his Management team and their families to very best in the future."

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