Cobh Ramblers 2-4 Limerick Stephen Henderson Reaction
Limerick picked up their second win over Cobh Ramblers in the space of a few days last night.
The first division leaders left St Colman's Park with a 4-2, former Cork City striker John O'Flynn scoring twice for the visitors, while Magnus Gustavsson found the net twice for Rams.
We were at the game, and afterwards we spoke to Ramblers boss Stephen Henderson - click PLAY below
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