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Limerick great Cregan steps down as boss after Mary I's historic Fitzgibbon win

‘I loved it but today is the last day’.

23 YEARS AFTER he first got involved with Mary Immaculate College hurling teams, Limerick great Eamon Cregan stepped down today after guiding them to their first ever Fitzgibbon Cup title.

Éamonn Cregan celebrates with Sean Linnane at the end of the game Eamon Cregan celebrates after today's game. Source: Ken Sutton/INPHO

Mary Immaculate made history in a classic decider today against UL that took 90 minutes to secure the spoils before they triumphed by 1-30 to 3-22.

Mary Immaculate's team celebrate with the Fitzgibbon Cup Mary Immaculate College players celebrate their Fitzgibbon Cup win. today. Source: Ken Sutton/INPHO

Cregan revealed afterwards in a video with Jerome Quinn that it was his last game in charge.

“I loved it but today is the last day. I’m delighted that we’ve gone out on a winning note.”

Source: HE GAA/YouTube

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