Author: Raffaele Rocca

WATCH: UL claim Fitzgibbon Cup with six-point victory over DCU

WATCH: UL claim Fitzgibbon Cup with six-point victory over DCU. University of Limerick finally saw off a stubborn DCU outfit in Mallow this afternoon for a third title in five years and sees the city’s recent dominance of the competition continue. The Dublin side who were in their first every final held an early 1-6 to 0-6 lead in the opening half and were going toe to toe with their more illustrious opponents. However, UL rallied and tacked on a series of scores to lead by two at the break, 1-11 to 1-09. Gary Kirby’s side were the bookmakers...

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Five try Ireland keep Grand Slam bid on track with breath taking victory over Wales

Five try Ireland keep Grand Slam bid on track with breath taking victory over Wales. A late Jacob Stockdale try kept Ireland’s 6 Nations and Grand Slam bid on track in a frantic 37-27 over Wales in what was an epic game of rugby. An early penalty from Leigh Halfpenny had Wales in a 3-0 lead. Sexton had a chance to equalise minutes later but his attempt struck the post. Wales failed to clear and a knock on presented Ireland with a chance to make up for the lost points. A series of excellent gain line carries created some...

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Munster turn in gritty performance to better Glasgow in physical affair.

Munster turn in gritty performance to better Glasgow in physical affair. Munster begin the better of the two sides with Billy Holland showing some nice touch off a lineout move before a James Hart box kick saw Glasgow mark the ball and clear. In a pattern reminiscent of recent weeks, a series if poor tactical kicks took the momentum out of early attacks. However with 8 minutes gone munster forced a turnover and some quick hands faced Glasgow into an infringement at the ruck. Glasgow were offside from the next phase and the returning Bleyendaal converted the simple kick...

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LISTEN: John Kiely “it would be very foolish of any team to take Antrim lightly”

LISTEN: John Kiely “it would be very foolish of any team to take Antrim lightly”. A heavily reduced Limerick side travel to Antrim this Sunday in their penultimate League clash. Limerick have been impressive so far this campaign with three wins from three, and know that a win over Antrim will set up a winner takes all clash against Galway in Pearse Stadium next Sunday. Antrim meanwhile are pointless so far and lie bottom of the table. However, John Kiely is taking nothing for granted against Antrim who have put in a string of good performances despite results going...

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LISTEN: The Breakdown S02E09 with Sporting Limerick & Three Red Kings

LISTEN: The Breakdown S02E09 with Sporting Limerick & Three Red Kings. With the 6 Nations back with a bang, we take a look at all three games this weekend and with Ireland set for a huge battle against Wales, this fixture promises to be full of niggle and bite. We also kook to France versus Italy as both sides are desperately looking to get their first win of the campaign, while Scotland face the daunting task of Eddie Jones’ England side coming to Murrayfield for their Calcutta Cup tie. All that plus a breakdown of how we see all...

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