Month: October 2017

Conway sees Red as 14 man Munster lose out to Connacht

Conway sees Red as 14 man Munster lose out to Connacht. A 67th minute try from Tom Farrell saw Munster fall to a 20-16 loss at The Sportsground on Friday evening in their inter-provincial derby clash with Connacht. Simon Zebo gave Munster an early lead within five minutes, following a fine break and offload from Rory Scannell. Ian Keatley added 3 more points from the boot on seventeen minutes before Connacht hit back through Tiernan O’Halloran six minutes later, his try was converted by Jack Carty to cut Munster’s lead to three. After that both sides traded penalties through...

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Limerick FC lose 2-1 away to Shamrock Rovers in season finale

Limerick FC lose 2-1 away to Shamrock Rovers in season finale. Shamrock Rovers overcame Limerick FC in a low intensity end of season clash at Tallaght Stadium. Early second-half goals from Brandon Miele and Ronan Finn were enough to see off the Shannonsiders despite under-19 graduate Colm Walsh O’Loughlin netting a consolation goal. In a slow opening period, the first chance fell to the visitors. Henry Cameron, who has failed to impress since arriving from Blackpool in July, glided past the challenge of goalkeeper Kevin Horgan before allowing the Rovers goalkeeper to recover and block his shot. After 30...

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Limerick announce the departure of John O’Flynn and Stephen Kenny after two years

Limerick announce the departure of John O’Flynn and Stephen Kenny after two years. Limerick FC have announced that veteran striker John O’Flynn (pictured above) and Stephen Kenny will leave the club following tonight’s match against Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght. Both players were instrumental in helping Limerick to the first division title last season with both scoring 16 league goals between them. A statement released yesterday by Limerick FC confirmed the departures as both players were not being offered new contracts. “Limerick FC can confirm that forward players John O’Flynn and Stephen Kenny will leave the club, with the decision...

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Listen – Joy Neville set to make more refereeing history on Saturday

The Limerick referee has come on leaps and bounds over the past year refereeing some massive tie’s including the Women’s World Cup Final This Saturday, Joy Neville will take charge between Norway and Denmark in the Conference 2 North competition, but what makes it so unique is the fact it’s the first time a woman has refereed a men’s international fifteen a side rugby match. The Limerick woman will be joined by Spanish referee Alhambra Nievas for the fixture, which is another milestone included in Neville’s career as an elite referee, adding to accolades such as becoming the first...

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LISTEN: Limerick’s Roisin Upton on Irish Hockey, funding and preparation for a World Cup

LISTEN: Limerick’s Roisin Upton on Irish Hockey, funding and preparation for a World Cup Roisin Upton has warned that Irish Hockey will need to secure funding if they are to continue competing against the best teams in the world. This comes as the women’s team prepare for their first World Cup since 2002, having learned of their qualification earlier this month. Upton says that the team have taken confidence from their performance in the World League in July, having only lost out narrowly to Olympic champions, England and Olympic bronze medalists, Germany. “It’s just finding that consistency and really...

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