Month: December 2017

Limerick Christmas Racing Festival draws to a close with family fun day

A festive family fun day to entertain younger race goers will bring the Limerick Christmas Racing Festival to a close. The Greenmount Grotto located on level 2 of the main stand will host a variety of free entertainment to include 12.30pm – First race 1.20 – Meet Dancing Batman. 1.30 –Special guests to include Beauty & The Beast /Darth Vader and Moana 2.20 – Pass The Parcel ( Everyone Wins A Prize ) 3- Kids Magic Show With Captain Pirate Drake From The Deep Blue Sea. 3.55pm – last race followed by DJ in the Munster Suite The feature...

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Van Graan and O’Mahony look ahead to tough trip to the Kingspan

Van Graan and O’Mahony look ahead to tough trip to the Kingspan. Munster face into another Interprovincial clash on New Years Day when they travel to Belfast to take on Ulster in the Guinness Pro 14. Johann van Graan’s charges currently lie in second place in Conference A while Ulster are in third spot in Conference B. Both sides suffered disappointing defeats last time out and captain Peter O’Mahony says that there’s no time to dwell on past results. “We can’t be feeling sorry for ourselves we have to get back on the wagon and go up the road...

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Munster Squad update – Keith Earls returns to training following illness

The Munster squad returned to training today at the High Performance Centre in Limerick ahead of the New Year’s Day clash away to Ulster in the Guinness PRO14. Keith Earls has recovered from the illness that saw him miss the clash with Leinster on St Stephen’s Day and trained with the squad today. Rhys Marshall, who presented with further symptoms last week following his recent concussion, did not train today and continues to be monitored. James Cronin suffered no ill effects as he returned to action off the bench against Leinster following a calf injury. Ronan O’Mahony (fibula) and...

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Worcester Warriors confirm Peter Stringer won’t be offered new contract

Worcester Warriors confirm Peter Stringer won’t be offered new contract. Peter Stringer has returned to Ireland, following the news that his short-term contract with Aviva Premiership side Worcester Warriors will not be renewed. The 40-year-old signed the short-term deal in the summer and has since struggled to make it into the team, with Francois Hougaard the number one choice at scrum-half. The Munster legend has made just six appearances all season, with five of them coming as a substitute. Worcesternews.co.uk have quoted Director of rugby Alan Solomons’ as saying. “Peter has returned to Ireland,”. “He hasn’t played for the...

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LISTEN – 2017 Hurling year in review with Matt O’Callaghan

LISTEN – 2017 Hurling year in review with Matt O’Callaghan. Limerick’s National League campaign began with a disappointing opening down at Innovate Wexford Park. Davy Fitzgerald’s charges certainly got the rub of the green with regard to some refereeing decisions while referee Colm Lyons is unlikely to be on any Limerick fans’ Christmas card list. Wexford’s week two win over Galway all but sealed their promotion to 1A hurling, thus rendering the remaining fixtures nothing more than a series of challenge games. Wins over Kerry, Offaly and Laois were followed up by a three point defeat to a Galway...

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