Author: Luke Liddy

WATCH – Limerick name side for first All Ireland final in eleven years

Limerick unchanged for All Ireland final. John Kiely has named the same starting 15 from the semi-final win over Cork for this Sunday’s decider at Croke Park. Limerick have also stuck with the exact same match day 26 for their encounter with reigning All Ireland champions Galway. Limerick Senior Hurling Squad for Sunday’s game Vs Galway #LuimneachAbú pic.twitter.com/etmwzssTde — Limerick GAA (@LimerickCLG) August 17, 2018 The likes of Shane Dowling and Pat Ryan who made a massive impact off the bench in the extra-time win over the rebels will have to be satisfied with trying to do the same...

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WATCH – James Hart on Munster goals “hopefully get to a few finals and win a few trophies”

WATCH – James Hart on Munster goals “hopefully get to a few finals and win a few trophies” Munster scrum half James Hart is entering into his second season with the province and has an early chance to impress Johann van Graan tonight (Friday) against London Irish. “I’ve never had Declan but some of the lads might know him better than me. I’m looking forward to playing London Irish I know a one or two lads who have gone over so it’ll be an interesting game and Les Kiss is obviously coaching them so we know what traits he...

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Munster Branch endorse brand new Junior Rugby Club in Limerick

Munster Branch endorse brand new Junior Rugby Club in Limerick. Limerick has a new junior rugby club for the first time in over forty years after Ardscoil Old Boys (ASOB) RFC were officially endorsed by the Munster Branch for the 2018/19 season on Thursday evening. The club name reflects an affiliation to Ardscoil Rís secondary school, while the side will compete in the North Munster Gleeson League this coming season. We invite anybody who is interested in playing, volunteering or supporting the club in any way to send a FB message and we’ll respond ASAP. Alternatively you can email the...

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Tommy O’Donnell returns from injury to captain Munster against London Irish

Tommy O’Donnell returns from injury to captain Munster against London Irish. Munster Head Coach Johann van Graan has named an extended 30-man squad for tomorrow’s game against London Irish at Irish Independent Park (7.30pm). Ireland international Tommy O’Donnell will captain Munster for the first time since leading the province to a win over the Maori All Blacks in November 2016. Stephen Fitzgerald starts at full-back with Calvin Nash and Darren Sweetnam on the flanks. Rory Scannell and Dan Goggin team up in the centres with James Hart and JJ Hanrahan providing the half-back pairing. Jeremy Loughman, Kevin O’Byrne and...

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WATCH – Declan Hannon on big game build up

WATCH – Declan Hannon on big game build up. The scramble for All Ireland final tickets is on around Limerick City and County as thousands of locals look to secure their seat at Croke Park. Hats, bands and wristbands are in abundance in Limerick at the moment, however senior hurling captain Declan Hannon says his mind is firmly fixed on matters within the camp. “I haven’t heard a whole pile of what’s going on outside the camp to be honest we’re just focused on ourselves and getting to the 19th of August in the best possible shape we can.”...

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