Author: John Keogh

O’Neill stars in Limerick minors win over Tippeary

O’Neill stars in Limerick minors win over Tipperary Limerick’s minor hurlers opened their 2018 Munster Hurling Championship season with a 1-17 to 2-12 win over Tipperary at the Gaelic Grounds. Crecora-Manister’s Cathal O’Neill starred for Limerick with a superb performance that saw him finished the game with a haul of 11 points, seven of which came from play. Limerick recovered from a nervous start with O’Neill leading the way to earn a two point win in a game where Tipperary hit 14 wides. It was the Premier County that made the better start to the game with points from...

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Slick Clare put Limerick to the sword

Slick Clare put Limerick to the sword Limerick bowed out of the Munster Senior Football Championship after falling to a 1-23 to 0-14 defeat at the Gaelic Grounds. Billy Lee’s side were behind from the third minute and despite a late rally in the first half, they never had enough to break down a slick Clare outfit. Limerick's warm-up is well underway at the Gaelic Grounds, the game begins at 7pm #RTEgaa pic.twitter.com/dbRAX6UymS — RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) May 19, 2018 Clare led 1-7 to 0-3 after 25 minutes but three in a row from Sean McSweeney, Danny Neville and...

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Watch – Munster lock Jean Kleyn looks ahead to Leinster game

WATCH – Munster lock Jean Kleyn looks ahead to Leinster game Munster head in this weekend’s crunch game with Leinster at the RDS knowing that a defeat to their bitter rivals will end their season. Ahead of the Guinness Pro14 semi final, Munster’s Jean Kleyn previewed the game and said that despite their underwhelming recent record against Leinster, he and his teammates are very much relishing the task ahead of them. “Leinster v Munster has always been a massive clash and we look forward to getting them on their home ground,” said Kleyn. ” “They always say play every...

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WATCH: “We’re looking forward to it but obviously with a bit of trepidation.”-John Kiely geared up for Munster championship opener

“We’re looking forward to it but obviously with a bit of trepidation.”-John Kiely geared up for Munster championship opener. Limerick host Tipperary this Sunday at 2pm in the opening game of the 2018 Munster Hurling Championship. With a change in structure, each team is guaranteed four games in Munster. Limerick boss John Kiely, into his second year at the helm, is not looking past Tipp on Sunday which will be a good indicator of where his young side are at, with all to play for. “Each game takes on a life of its own. This is the opening game...

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WATCH: ” The past is the past and we have no control over that, we have every control over the future.”- John Kiely focused on the Munster Championship

WATCH: ” The past is the past and we have no control over that, we have every control over the future.”- John Kiely focused on the Munster Championship The new Munster championship gets its first run out this Sunday when Limerick welcome Tipperary to the Gaelic Grounds at 2pm. These sides met in the semi-final of the league where Tipperary needed extra time to see off a spirited treaty side. Limerick will take inspiration from that display as they go in search of a first Munster final since 2014. John Kiely is keen not to dwell on the past...

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