Listen:”We are not a soccer City” Barrett frustrated by current standard in Limerick

By Adrian Finnin / October 20, 2018 / 0 Comments

Limerick FC manager Tommy Barrett will be a busy man for the next two weeks as he tries to prepare his players for a massive two legged playoff against Finn Harps. The Shannonsiders went down 4-0 at home to St. Patrick’s Athletic in their last home game of the regular campaign. Afterwards, Barrett spoke to…

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Limerick FC suffer defeat at the hands of former champions Cork City

By Adrian Finnin / October 13, 2018 / 0 Comments

Cork City were 3-0 victors over Munster rivals Limerick FC at Turners Cross on Friday night. Goals from Jimmy Keohane, Kieran Sadlier and Aaron Barry handed all three points to John Caulfield’s side. The result means little to either side as Limerick will be contesting a two legged promotion/relegation playoff against either Finn Harps or…

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Something for the Weekend – Sporting TV Guide

By Raffaele Rocca / October 11, 2018 / 0 Comments

GAA Sun-Oct-14 – Limerick SHC – Doon v Patrickswell – 2pm – Sporting Limerick Sun-Oct-14 – Limerick SHC – Na Piarsaigh v Kilmallock – 3:45pm – Sporting Limerick SOCCER Thu-Oct-11 – Nations League – Israel v Scotland – 7:45pm – SSME Thu-Oct-11 – Friendly – Wales v Spain – 7:45pm – SSF Fri-Oct-12 – Nations…

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Confidence is at an all time low at Limerick FC following another defeat against Derry City

By Adrian Finnin / October 6, 2018 / 0 Comments

Limerick FC were defeated 0-1 by Derry City at the Markets Field on Friday night as a goal from Ronan Hale midway through the first half was enough to secure an overdue victory for the Candystripes. The win takes them 15 points clear of their opponents with three games remaining. Limerick have games against Cork…

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Limerick Legend Paul O’Connell one of eight new inductees into UL Sports Hall of Fame

By Jack Neville / September 24, 2018 / 0 Comments

Eight outstanding sportspeople were inducted into the UL Sports Hall of Fame this Saturday 22nd September.  This is the third set of inductees to be recognised bringing to 31 the number of athletes honoured as UL Sports Hall of Fame members, since its’ the launch in 2013. The Hall of Fame serves as a permanent tribute…

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Limerick FC claim vital win in Bray

By Adrian Finnin / September 21, 2018 / 0 Comments

Limerick FC claimed a vital three points in their bid to avoid automatic relegation to the Airtricity League First Division when they defeated Bray Wanderers 0-2 at the Carlisle Grounds. First half goals from Barry Maguire and Conor Ellis were enough to secure Limerick’s fourth victory over Bray this season.  Limerick started very brightly and…

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WATCH: Limerick captain Mee ecstatic after ‘up and down year’

By John Keogh / September 17, 2018 / 0 Comments

Limerick Ladies Gaelic Football captain Cathy Mee said her side knew they were capable of winning after her side’s 5-6 to 0-8 victory over Louth in Sunday’s Junior All-Ireland Final at Croke Park. Louth were strong favourites going into the game but Limerick blitzed them with three first half goals. Mairead Kavanagh netted twice and Rebecca…

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Sporting Limerick to livestream Adare v St Senans in SFC on Saturday evening

By Jack Neville / September 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

With the final round of the Limerick SFC group stages taking place this weekend, we are happy to announce that we will be livestreaming the clash between St Senans and reigning county champions Adare on Saturday evening from 5pm in Newcastle. Mal Keaveney will be on commentary duties and will be joined by John Keogh…

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Limerick FC resume rivalry with Dundalk in the FAI Cup

By Adrian Finnin / September 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

Limerick FC will face Dundalk for the second time in a week and the fifth time this season when they battle it out in the quarter final of the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup on Friday night at the Markets Field (kick-off 7.45). Limerick were beaten 1-0 by the Lilywhites last week thanks a to…

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Opinion – Goodwill after hurling win needs to be capitalised on

By George Lee / August 31, 2018 / 1 Comment

When the ball emerged from the goalmouth after Joe Canning’s free and the final whistle went, the pain of 45 years welled up in the eyes of Limerick People not just in Croke Park but right across the world. The wave of goodwill towards our great county reverberated right across the country and the world…

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