Author: Adrian Finnin

Limerick FC escape with a point from the Carlisle Grounds

Limerick FC escape with a point from the Carlisle Grounds. Limerick FC drew 1-1 with Bray Wanderers at the Carlisle Grounds and in the process picked up what proved to be a valuable point in their bid for premier division survival. Chiedozie Ogbene equalised in the second half after Daragh Noone had given Bray the lead in the first half. Brendan Clarke saved a Gary McCabe penalty as Limerick survived sustained pressure from Bray for the majority of the second period. Limerick started the better and Brazilian Rodrigo Tosi, who tormented opponent Tim Clancy all night, let fly from...

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Limerick FC travel to Bray with the aim of premier division survival

Limerick FC travel to Bray hoping to take step towards premier division survival. Limerick FC make the trip to the Carlisle Grounds on Friday night to face 5th place Bray Wanderers in a crucial game in Limerick’s bid to ensure survival in the premier division (kick-off 7.45). Limerick currently sit 3 points ahead of Sligo Rovers, who occupy the third and final relegation place. Outside of recent FAI Cup victories, the Shannonsiders have struggled massively in the league, winning just one of their last seven games dating back to the beginning of July. Bray are two places and seven...

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Limerick FC reach FAI Cup Semi-Final since 1994

Limerick FC reach FAI Cup Semi-Final for the first time since 1994 following victory over Galway United. Limerick FC advanced to the club’s first appearance in an FAI Cup semi-final for 23 years following a 2-1 victory over Galway United at Eamon Deacy Park. Second half goals from Rodrigo Tosi and Shane Duggan ensured Limerick’s passage to the last four. Although Galway substitute Paraic Cunningham ensured a nervy ending for the travelling Limerick support as he pulled a goal back late on. Limerick began brightly and winger Stephen Kenny’s shot from distance was just wide of Conor Winn’s left...

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Limerick FC looking to advance past Galway to FAI Cup Semi Final

Limerick FC looking to advance past Galway to FAI Cup Semi Final. Limerick FC make the short trip to Eamon Deacy Park on Friday night for the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup quarter-final clash with Galway United (kick-off 7.45). A win would mean Limerick FC would appear in their first FAI Cup semi-final since 1994. The Super Blues arrive in Galway off the back of a bitterly disappointing 0-2 defeat at the hands of relegation rivals Finn Harps last weekend. The trip to Eamon Deacy Park will not bring back good memories for Limerick as they suffered a 3-1...

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Limerick suffer poor defeat at the hands of resolute Finn Harps

Limerick suffer poor defeat at the hands of resolute Finn Harps. Limerick endured a bitterly disappointing defeat at the Markets Field as Finn Harps won 0-2 courtesy of goals from Tommy McBride and Danny Morrissey. The gap between the teams is just one point and Limerick find themselves just three points ahead of Sligo, who occupy the final relegation place in the league table. Limerick started brightly and a poor clearance from Finn Harps’ Ibrahim Keita fell straight to Bastien Hery who fired over the bar from the edge of the box. The Frenchman was fouled by Paddy McCourt...

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