Waterford ladies football manager Pat Sullivan was disappointed with his side’s loss as they exited the All-Ireland senior championship following a 3-12 to 0-5 loss to Galway.
The Munster side lost out by just one point to Westmeath the previous round and also lost centre forward Grainne Kenneally to a cruciate injury and failed to recover from Galway’s three first half goals.
Tipperary will be their next opponents as they look to maintain their senior status with Cavan and either Armagh or Monaghan in the mix to avoid the drop. Sullivan spoke to Galway Daily afterwards.
Waterford are out of the 2018 All-Ireland senior ladies football championship but will compete in the relegation play-offs to avoid the drop to intermediate. They face Tipperary in the semi-final.
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