Author: Luke Liddy

Rassie Erasmus – “Racing are a hell of a good team”

Rassie Erasmus says Munster will face a “hell of a good team” in Racing 92 on Saturday evening. Munster face into their second European Champions Cup pool contest on Saturday when Racing 92 roll into town. The Irish province have won three out of the four meetings between the sides in the past with two of those wins coming in last year’s competition. Munster legend Ronan O’Gara makes another return to Thomond Park as part of the Racing coaching ticket and despite bine handed an ten week touch line ban by the Top14 only yesterday it will have no...

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Adare boss Harry Gleeson – “You work hard you dream big and you take your chances.”

Harry Gleeson Adare GAA – “You work hard you dream big and you take your chances.” Adare manager Harry Gleeson is preparing his side as they attempt to win their first ever senior football title this Sunday when they take on Newcastle West at the Gaelic Grounds. Their only two other appearances in the Senior Football showpiece were in 2002 and 2010 where on both occasions they were beaten by Monaleen with the 2002 final having gone to a replay. Last season Adare were promoted to the senior ranks and finished runners up in the Munster Club Championship, no...

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Newcastle West manager Joe Lee wary of a “dangerous” Adare side

Newcastlewest manager Joe Lee wary of a “dangerous” Adare side. Newcastlewest have the chance to land their second county senior title in three years this weekend. Manager Joe Lee has been building towards this moment for the best part of a year now and his side have one final hurdle to negotiate at the Gaelic Grounds this Sunday in the form of a young talented Adare side. Newcastlewest are favourites to claim their fourth Limerick Senior Football Championship title and manager Joe Lee says Sunday’s final is the culmination of a lot of hard work. “All the hard work done...

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Sean Finn to captain Ireland U21 in Shinty-Hurling International

Sean Finn to captain Ireland U21 in Shinty-Hurling International. Some of the biggest names in hurling will backbone the squad that has been assembled by the GAA to take on Scotland in the annual international clash next Saturday. Ireland will meet Scotland in the Shinty-Hurling International Tour at both senior and under 21 level in Bught Park, Inverness. Limerick under 21 All-Ireland winner Sean Finn has been selected as captain of the U21 side which is managed by Willie Cleary and Gavin Keary and includes Waterford senior stars Shane Bennett and Patrick Curran. Dromin-Athlacca’s David Reidy makes the senior squad,...

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Murroe-Boher crowned Premier Intermediate Hurling Champions

Murroe-Boher crowned Premier Intermediate Hurling Champions. Murroe-Boher have been promoted back to the senior hurling ranks following a 1-21 to 1-15 win over Garryspillane in the County Premier Intermediate hurling final replay. Captain Pat Tobin and his brother Tom turned in top performances, Tom hitting 1-10, with Pat claiming 0-8. One of @Tellytobin 5 first half points pic.twitter.com/wv5tEm0Mit — Murroe Boher GAA (@MurroeBoher) October 18, 2017 Ray Ryan’s side will now make a return to the senior ranks just a year after being relegated from the top tier. Murroe-Boher will go on to play Kilmayley in the Munster Club quarter-final...

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Upcoming Events

  1. Munster V Racing 92 (Champions Cup)

    October 21 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
  2. Adare V Newcastlewest (Limerick Senior Football Final)

    October 22 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
  3. Connacht V Munster (Guinness Pro14)

    October 27 @ 7:35 pm - 9:00 pm
  4. Shamrock Rovers V Limerick FC (SSE Airtricity League Premier Division)

    October 27 @ 7:45 pm - 10:00 pm
  5. Munster V Dragons (Guinness Pro 14)

    November 3 @ 7:35 pm - 9:00 pm

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