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John Galvin commits to Limerick for 2014

Updated: Wednesday, 26 Feb 2014 15:44 | Comments

John Galvin in action against Kerry in the 2010 Munster final
John Galvin in action against Kerry in the 2010 Munster final

John Galvin has committed to another season with the Limerick senior footballers.

The Croom clubman, who made his inter-county debut in 1998, informed manager John Brudair of his decision.

Galvin returned to training with the county squad a fortnight ago, but it was unclear at the time whether or not he would be involved for the 2014 season.

The midfielder’s decision to extend his county tenure will be a boost for the Treatymen as they bid for promotion from Allianz FL Division 3.

They began this year’s campaign with an away defeat to Sligo, but followed up with a six-point victory over Longford at the Gaelic Grounds.

Sunday next sees them travel to Hyde Park for what on paper is a tricky assignment against Roscommon.

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