How Twitter reacted to Limerick hurlers defeat to Clare

Twitter was a hive of activity following Limerick's defeat by Clare
TWITTER reaction to Limerick’s defeat by Clare in the All-Ireland senior hurling semi-final.

TWITTER reaction to Limerick’s defeat by Clare in the All-Ireland senior hurling semi-final.

Tom Condon ‏@TCondon4

Thanks for all the msgs n well wishes best supporters in the country, #absolutelyheartbroken

Conor Browne ‏@Limk_Kid_Browne

Depression is not the word after that. Why do we put ourselves through the torture #gaa #limerick. Hope is such a terrible thing to have

Mark Foley ‏@marc_o_foghlu

Clare’s approach an example how to prepare for a big game. We did not give them ammunition. We gave them a war chest.

David Mulqueen ‏@DaveMulq

IMO a Munster title is NOT enough and certainly not enough for this season.....with that squad. But that’s only my opinion........ #limerick

Ollie Moran ‏@olmorfs

Sick as a parrot, just never got going. Hats off to Clare, master gameplan, superb execution. Still great summer for us #chestout

Damien Quinn ‏@DamienMichaelQ

Just saw the images of Limerick Hurlers in tears. Heads up lads! Ye brought pride back to the Jersey and your county #limerick

Colm Murnane ‏@ClonMur

Hope our man deccie Hannon is ok tonight. He is still one of the greatest, no fault big man. #Limerick

Mike Mc Carthy ‏@MikeMcCarthyF1

Real anti-climax of a sunday really after all the hype. #Limerick #bedtime

Steven Pierce ‏@StevenPierce16

The amount of excuses from Limerick people are unreal. Big change from the last few weeks when they were all talk about winning #Limerick

Denis Ahern ‏@denisahern88

Tough day at the office for #Limerick, they will be back next year. Clare were tactically very good and very clinical #GAA2013

Breffni O’ Connor ‏@Breffni13

#limerick were out muscled, out worked and out played by Claire all over the field

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