Month: July 2017

Kilmallock continue Group 1 domination while Group 2 is all tied up

Limerick SHC Round 4 Review With a full round of fixtures over the weekend, the picture in the Limerick Senior Hurling Championship looks somewhat looks clearer with Kilmallock retaining their perfect record and earning a semi final spot in group 1. Meanwhile in Group 2, Adare’s win over Na Piarsaigh means that three teams lie level at the top heading into the final set of fixtures. Group 1 Kilmallock booked their place in the semi finals with their fourth win this year and are the only team in the competition with a 100% record heading into the final round...

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Niamh Briggs ruled out of Rugby World Cup

Niamh Briggs ruled out of Rugby World Cup. Ireland will be without captain Niamh Briggs for the upcoming Women’s Rugby World Cup which takes place in Ireland during August. The full-back missed the Six Nations with a hamstring injury but was hoping to feature at next month’s tournament. However, an Achilles injury picked up in preparation for the WC will prevent the UL Bohs star from appearing. Niamh Briggs has been ruled out of the Women's Rugby World Cup with injury. Louise Galvin will replace her #WRWC2017 https://t.co/lPF5yCIvhI pic.twitter.com/Uc4mfwGsyJ — Irish Rugby (@IrishRugby) July 31, 2017 Ireland will now...

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Post match reaction from Neil McDonald, Shane Duggan and Lee J Lynch

Post match reaction from Neil McDonald, Shane Duggan and Lee J Lynch. Limerick captain Shane Duggan reflects on a poor display from the Superblues who slumped to a 3-0 defeat by Derry City at Maginn Park. Audio credit Limerick FC. Limerick FC manager Neil McDonald couldn’t hide his disappointment and said a poor start had his side facing an uphill battle to get back into the game. Audio credit Limerick FC. Commenting on Sunday’s defeat, Lee J Lynch commented: “It’s a hard one to take because we wanted to come up here and get something.” Audio credit Limerick FC....

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Hapless Limerick dispatched 3-0 by Derry City in Buncrana

  Hapless Limerick dispatched 3-0 by Derry City in Buncrana. First half goals from Barry McNamee and Rory Patterson and a late strike from Ben Doherty ensured that Derry City recorded a comfortable victory over Limerick FC at Maginn Park. The defeat leaves Limerick in seventh place and just two points ahead of ninth place St.Patricks Athletic, albeit with a game less played than the Inchicore outfit. The win moves Derry five points clear of fourth place Shamrock Rovers, their nearest challengers for a European place. Limerick made a disastrous start to the game when an under hit back-pass...

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Limerick FC make tough trip to Maginn Park to face Derry City

Limerick FC make tough trip to Maginn Park to face Derry City after turbulent week at the club. Limerick FC make their second visit to Maginn Park in 2017 as they take on 3rd place Derry City in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division on Sunday evening (kick-off 5pm). Limerick came away with a point from the last meeting between the sides at the venue in April. A super Shane Duggan strike gave the Shannonsiders the lead before a Barry McNamee free-kick levelled matters. in the return fixture at the Markets Field just three weeks later, a last minute...

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