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Davy's LIT hit four goals en route to Fitzgibbon Cup win as WIT and IT Carlow also triumph

Austin Gleeson hit the net for WIT as did his Waterford colleague Colin Dunford for IT Carlow.

LIMERICK IT, WATERFORD IT and IT Carlow all got their Fitzgibbon Cup campaigns off to a winning start today.

Davy Fitzgerald’s Limerick IT claimed a comfortable 4-16 to 0-10 win tonight in Group A with an away game against Maynooth University.

Davy Fitzgerald Davy Fitzgerald saw his team win comfortably against Maynooth University tonight. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

At the interval, Limerick IT were ahead 1-10 to 0-4 with Limerick’s Diarmuid Byrnes scoring their goal. Clare’s David Reidy and Peter Duggan both raised green flags in the second-half before Galway’s Paul Killeen notched their fourth goal.

This afternoon in Group B, last year’s finalists Waterford IT saw off St Pat’s Drumcondra by 1-19 to 0-9.

At the break, Waterford IT trailed 0-6 to 0-4 but they completely took over proceedings in the second-half with Waterford’s Austin Gleeson netting.

Austin Gleeson Austin Gleeson hit the net for WIT in the Fitzgibbon Cup today. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

In the other clash in Group B, it ended 1-22 to 1-8 in favour of IT Carlow against DCU in Carlow tonight.

Waterford’s Colin Dunford struck IT Carlow’s goal as they went in front 1-9 to 0-5 at the interval. Peter Hogan hit the net for DCU late on but it ended up a comfortable win for IT Carlow.

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