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11 Aug 2022

Limerick farmer shows off painting skills ahead of All-Ireland final

Limerick farmer shows off her painting skills ahead of the All-Ireland final

The farmer from Pallasbeg, Cappamore is a dab hand with a paint brush and she is back with more motivational messages for the Limerick hurlers this year

BRENDA Lundon is back with a bang!

The farmer from Pallasbeg, Cappamore is a dab hand with a paint brush and she is back with more motivational messages for the Limerick hurlers this year.

Her canvas is bales of silage.

Brenda posts the photos of her handiwork on her Facebook page and is getting rave reviews.

Her brother James came up with the nickname “Banksy of East Limerick”.

And like the paint it has stuck!

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