Month: May 2018

Irish U20s come up short against France in World Cup opener

Irish U20s come up short against France in World Cup opener.  26-24 Ireland A five minute second half blitz from an extremely physical French side was enough for a narrow two point win in their opening World Cup game against Ireland in Perpignan. It looked as though Ireland were set to land an opening round shock as they took a deserved 17-5 lead in at the interval. However after the restart, France wrestled control from the visitors. Ireland did respond with a late Harry Byrne try and conversion cut the deficit to just two points an earn what could...

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Former Limerick FC boss confirmed as Swindon Town assistant manager

Former Limerick FC boss confirmed as Swindon Town assistant manager. Former Limerick FC manager Neil McDonald has been confirmed as new assistant manager at English League Two outfit Swindon Town. McDonald joins the club as Phil Brown’s number two having held positions with the likes of West Ham United and Hull City. Delighted to be joining Phil Brown as his assistant at Swindon Town FC https://t.co/Fk6JJ5gLJ7 — Neil McDonald (@ProSoccerSessio) May 30, 2018 It is not the first time that McDonald and Brown have worked together with the pair having served under Sam Allardyce at Bolton Wanderers between 2000...

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WATCH: Cian Lynch on playing midfield and Limerick’s Munster campaign so far

WATCH: Cian Lynch on playing midfield and Limerick’s Munster campaign so far. The Patrickswell clubman was chatting on Newstalk’s Off the Ball on Wednesday morning where he elaborated about his switch to midfield and how is adapting to his new role. Lynch operated at midfield for the entire league campaign – bar the Antrim game under -John Kiely and says he has embraced the change. “There is a lot more running to be done inside at midfield. The thing you’d notice about midfield is that the game can kind of bypass you with puck outs going over and back....

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Jack O’Donoghue facing lengthy spell on the sidelines

Jack O’Donoghue facing lengthy spell on the sidelines. Following consultation with a specialist, O’Donoghue underwent surgery last week for the knee ligament injury he sustained against Leinster in the Guinness PRO14 semi-final earlier this month. The back-row forward is expected to follow a long-term rehabilitation programme. Munster will have additional cover in the back row next season following the signing of Arno Botha from London Irish. On the contract front, prop Jeremy Loughman will remain with the province for next season after signing a one-year contract extension. Continuing to rehab: Tyler Bleyendaal (neck), Chris Farrell (knee), Tommy O’Donnell (shoulder),...

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Limerick boxer Graham McCormack set for third professional contest

Limerick boxer Graham McCormack set for third professional contest. The southpaw will aim to maintain the perfect start to his professional career when he fights for the third time on the ‘Celtic Clash 6’ card in Dublin. Light middleweight, McCormack, previously came through his opening two tests with Richard Baba and Jozsef Takacs. His next opponent is yet to be confirmed. This will be ‘G-Train’s’ third camp under former Irish champion Eddie Hyland and Tommy McCormack. Originally fixed for July 7th, the Limerick man’s next fight is now slated for Saturday, July 14th at the Good Counsel GAA Club. This suits...

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