Month: July 2018

Tom Morrissey named GAA hurler of the week

Tom Morrissey named GAA hurler of the week. The Limerick forward earned 7,962 votes on the Official GAA Instagram page with Kilkenny’s Richie Hogan second and Clare’s Shane O’Donnell third. GAA.ie Hurler of the Week 1: Tom Morrissey (Limerick) – 7,962 votes 2: Richie Hogan (Kilkenny) – 3,757 votes 3: Shane O’Donnell (Clare) – 3,585 votes Despite his brother Dan being named as the Sunday Game’s Man of The Match, Tom Morrissey has scooped the GAA.ie hurler of the week following a public vote. Last year’s U21 All Ireland winning captain was influential in the half forward line with...

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LISTEN – John Kiely “A moment to savor but there’s no medal given out.”

LISTEN – John Kiely “A moment to savor but there’s no medal given out.” Limerick senior hurling boss John Kiely says that the key to his side keeping their cool in the closing stages of their All Ireland quarter-final win over Kilkenny was down to preparation. “We were prepared for that. It’s nothing that changed we were prepared for that. We knew that was going to happen. They have the resolve to do those things on the field and that’s what it takes. You son’t deserve to be in an All Ireland semi-final unless you can do that.” Kiely’s...

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Limerick FC players to receive unpaid wages while FAI hit club with transfer ban

Limerick FC players to receive unpaid wages while FAI hit club with transfer ban. The FAI have confirmed that Limerick FC players will receive the wages owed to them by the club by today, Tuesday. A statement released by the FAI on Monday night has also confirmed that Limerick will not be permitted to sign any new players for the remainder of the season. It had been reported by RTE that Limerick could possibly decide to go on strike, having not be paid for a month. The squad are due to meet with the PFAI today. FAI statement in...

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LISTEN: Ciarán Carey says “Limerick showed great maturity” in beating Kilkenny

LISTEN: Ciarán Carey says “Limerick showed great maturity” in beating Kilkenny. Sporting Limerick spoke to Limerick hurling legend Ciarán Carey following Sunday’s win over Kilkenny. The three time All-Star was unsurprisingly impressed with how John Kiely’s charges performed at Semple Stadium. “What I saw was business as usual, they were fired up and technically very good, I saw that at a very early stage yesterday. Even when Kilkenny got the the goal I wasn’t (worried) because straight away from that stage they showed great maturity and they managed that next five to six minutes technically brilliant.” Carey goes on to...

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LISTEN: Ollie Moran “Limerick trusted themselves and backed the process”

LISTEN: Ollie Moran “Limerick trusted themselves and backed the process”. In the first of our Monday morning hurling reviews Sporting Limerick and former Limerick hurler Ollie Moran join forces to bring you Moran on Mondays. We look back at yesterday’s epic in Semple Stadium, examine where it went right for Limerick and look ahead to Cork. The win was Limerick’s first over Kilkenny since the 1973 All Ireland Final and signalled the arrival of John Kiely’s side as serious Liam McCarthy contenders. Moran says that Limerick’s response to the Kilkenny goal was hugely significant. “Limerick racked up the next...

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