Month: September 2017

LISTEN: Na Piarsaigh & Crecora to battle for Intermediate Camogie title

LISTEN: Na Piarsaigh & Crecora to battle for Intermediate Camogie title. Crecora v Na Piarsaigh Sunday October 1 @12pm in Clarina Two heavyweights meet this weekend in the Limerick Intermediate Camogie Championship final as Na Piarsaigh take on Crecora in Clarina on Sunday at 12pm. Both sides were strong favourites in their respective semi finals last weekend. However, both were made to work to ensure a safe passage to the final. Na Piarsaigh had two points to spare against Bruff, while Crecora defeated Murroe Boher 1-11 to 1-7 to set up the final clash. Speaking to Sporting Limerick prior...

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Limerick fall short at Turner’s Cross as they bow out of FAI Cup

Limerick fall short at Turner’s Cross as they bow out of FAI Cup. Limerick FC bowed out of the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup in brave fashion as a Garry Buckley goal was enough to give Cork their passage to a third consecutive FAI Cup final at the Aviva Stadium. The Leesiders certainly began at a ferocious pace, eager to make up for last week’s disappointing defeat at the hands of their visitors. In the opening ten minutes, Garry Buckley missed a sitter for the home side as he failed to direct a Stephen Dooley cross on target at...

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What could Today’s Special GAA congress mean for hurling?

What could Today’s Special GAA congress mean for hurling? So what are the major hurling motions up for discussion at today’s special congress and what are the possible effects on Limerick? There are quite a few proposals put forward regarding potential restructures to the All-Ireland senior, U21 and minor championships. 1. Liam MacCarthy Cup restructure The restructuring of the All-Ireland senior hurling championship will take centre stage on Saturday. The CCCC/Ard Chomhairle (Motion 2) are proposing to cut the number of teams competing in the competition to 10 teams. Both Leinster and Munster championships would contain 5 teams each and be played...

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Adare and Drom square off to see who will face Newcastle in County football final

Adare and Drom square off to see who will face Newcastle in County football final. With Newcastle’s place in the Limerick SFC already booked, Adare and Drom Broadford meet this Sunday to see who will face the 2015 champions in the final. Adare have been a breath of fresh air upon their return to the Senior Championhsip. After defeating St Senans in the county intermediate final last year, their priority must have been to retain their senior status. As things have panned out, this young Adare side have been highly impressive so far in their route to the semi...

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Limerick sides looking to continue good form this weekend in All Ireland League

Young Munster and UL Bohemians still chasing first wins as Limerick sides gained valuable points last weekend. Garryowen, Shannon, Old Crescent, Bruff and Thomond all got their seasons truly up and running last weekend with important round two victories setting them up nicely going into a third weekend straight of AIL action. #UBL Week 3. @UCDRugby @terenurerugby & @LansdowneFC unbeaten so far. Big game in Templeville Road! pic.twitter.com/K1NS0FmKL2 — Irish Rugby (@IrishRugby) September 29, 2017 Young Munster V Buccaneer (Dubarry Park, Kick Off 2:30) Munsters’ had a tough away trip last weekend when they made the journey to the...

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Upcoming Events

  1. Munster V Racing 92 (Champions Cup)

    October 21 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
  2. Adare V Newcastlewest (Limerick Senior Football Final)

    October 22 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
  3. Connacht V Munster (Guinness Pro14)

    October 27 @ 7:35 pm - 9:00 pm
  4. Shamrock Rovers V Limerick FC (SSE Airtricity League Premier Division)

    October 27 @ 7:45 pm - 10:00 pm
  5. Munster V Dragons (Guinness Pro 14)

    November 3 @ 7:35 pm - 9:00 pm

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