Author: Luke Liddy

Limerick FC with two more additions to the squad ahead of new Premier campaign as fan favourite returns

Limerick FC with two more additions to the squad ahead of new Premier campaign as fan favourite returns. Tommy Barrett has further bolstered his squad as the countdown to the new SSE Airtricity Premier Division season continues. Striker Mark O’Sullivan has joined from First Division champions Waterford while right back Shaun Kelly has returned to the club following a brief spell with Ballynanty Rovers. 34-year-old O’Sullivan who netted 12 league goals for Waterford last season, will add extra experience to the club’s young striking core. SIGNING: Limerick FC are delighted to announce the signing of experienced striker Mark O'Sullivan,...

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WATCH – Versatile scrum half Conor Murray on his kicking game

WATCH – Versatile scrum half Conor Murray on his kicking game. We’ve seen Conor Murray’s kicking skills on previous occasions with Munster and Ireland but last week the Limerick man shocked spectators as he landed three points from the boot from just inside his own half against Racing 92. It seems as though Johann van Graan trusts Murray to perform at a high level no matter what’s asked of him, the scrum half was even called upon for a lineout against Leinster on St Stephen’s day. Watch as Munster’s star man talks about his kicking game in the video...

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Munster unchanged for Castres clash as O’Mahony comes through injury scare

Munster unchanged for Castres clash as O’Mahony comes through injury scare. An unchanged starting XV has been named for Sunday’s round 6 Champions Cup clash against Castres Olympique in Thomond Park. It’s the first time this season that Munster haven’t made any changes for a game. Peter O’Mahony has recovered from an ankle knock to captain the side. International hooker Niall Scannell returns from the rib injury sustained against Ulster on New Year’s Day to be named in the replacements. The all-international backline remains intact once again with Simon Zebo, Andrew Conway and last weekend’s double try scorer Keith...

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Joe Schmidt names 10 Munster players in Six Nations squad

Joe Schmidt names 10 Munster players in Six Nations squad. Ten Munster players have been named by the Ireland coaching group in their 36-man squad for the opening two rounds of the 2018 6 Nations Championship. Backs Andrew Conway, Keith Earls, Chris Farrell and Ian Keatley are joined by forwards Dave Kilcoyne, Conor Murray, Peter O’Mahony, John Ryan, Rory Scannell and CJ Stander are in the squad. As expected, the departing Simon Zebo has not been included while Darren Sweetnam also misses out on selection. Ireland take on France in Paris in their opening fixture on February 3rd. Joe...

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WATCH – Johann van Graan says Keith Earls “just seems to get better and better”

WATCH – Johann van Graan says Keith Earls “just seems to get better and better”. Munster boss Johann van Graan has praised Limerick man Keith Earls for his leadership on the pitch and his continued improvement in his more senior years. Earls turned in another outstanding display in Sunday’s narrow loss to Racing 92, claiming a superb individual try. Van graan came to Munster following stints with the Bulls and the South African national side, he has said that the flying winger is up there with the top three players he has coached in terms of...

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