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LISTEN: The Breakdown S02E39 with Sporting Limerick & Three Red Kings

LISTEN: The Breakdown S02E39 with Sporting Limerick & Three Red Kings. We analyse the Irish team selected for the second test against the Australians as well as looking ahead to another huge weekend of test action. #AUSvIRE pic.twitter.com/sKWZJUHlz1 — Three Red Kings (@threeredkings) June 14, 2018 All that plus the serious questions of the disciplinary process surrounding World Rugby decision not to cite New Zealand prop Tu’ungafassi for this illegal hit on French winger Remy Grosso which saw him suffer a double skull fracture. We also look ahead to some excellent rugby as week two of the test window...

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LISTEN: John Ryan “It’s a Munster final and we will give it all the respect it deserves”

LISTEN: John Ryan “It’s a Munster final and we will give it all the respect it deserves” Limerick play Clare in the ladies intermediate football final in Clarecastle on Sunday morning at 11am. John Ryan’s side will be seeing some new faces getting game time with some players unavailable through holidays and exams. His Clare counterpart James Murray has agreed to unlimited subs during the game as both sides look to make the most of the game with the championship looming. It is a stand alone Munster final as there are no other junior or intermediate teams in Munster...

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LISTEN: Declan Nash “we need to turn that 45 minute performance into a 60 minute performance”

LISTEN: Declan Nash “we need to turn that 45 minute performance into a 60 minute performance” Limerick will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing opening round loss to Kilkenny having lead by two points at half time. Declan Nash feels there was plenty of positives in the game and is hoping that his side can maintain their performance levels for the entire 60 minutes. With Galway and Kilkenny looking very strong in the group, Limerick know the Clare game is a must win if they are to advance as one of the three sides to the playoffs....

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Tributes paid as Limerick GAA president Rory Kiely passes away

Tributes paid as Limerick GAA president Rory Kiely passes away. Limerick GAA this morning confirmed “with great regret’ the passing of their current pride in a statement issued to the press. Rory held a number of roles in GAA in Limerick, Munster and Central Council in Croke Park. A member of the Feenagh-Kilmeedy Club Rory won three Limerick Senior Hurling titles – one with his club and two with divisional side, Western Gaels. In 1962, Kiely captained Feenagh-Kilmeedy to the county Junior A Hurling Championship title. Rory started his administrative involvement with the GAA in 1953 when he was elected...

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WATCH: Limerick footballers make young fans day with classy gesture

WATCH: Limerick footballers make young fans day with classy gesture. Despite getting knocked out of the Championship, Limerick’s footballers made one young fan’s day on Saturday evening at the Gaelic Grounds. John Clancy and his son Fionn wandered onto the pitch after Mayo’s victory to mix and chat with the players. John sent a letter to Newstalk’s Off the Ball describing what happened next. Fair play to the players from both teams that stayed on afterwards to chat and sign autographs and to the member of the backroom staff that gave Fionn the ball. Video credit Off the Ball. #OTB –...

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