Adrian Finnin

All eyes on the Munster Junior Cup this Weekend

By Adrian Finnin / January 23, 2020 /

The attention will turn to the fourth round of the Munster Junior Cup this weekend when five Limerick sides look to make the most of home advantage over a two day period. Although all eyes will be firmly fixed on the provincial trophy this weekend, there is a big Tuohy Cup semi-final taking place tonight…

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Former Limerick FC players begin to find new clubs

By Adrian Finnin / January 22, 2020 /

Three former Limerick FC players were unveiled at their new clubs over the past week ahead of the new Airtricity League season. In the case of Shane Tracy, the veteran defender has joined Limerick District League side Aisling Annacotty in a player/coach capacity. Two of Limerick FC’s more impressive performers in recent seasons were youngsters…

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Aisling Annacotty announce Tracy signing

By Adrian Finnin / January 21, 2020 /

Aisling Annacotty have announced the signing of former Limerick FC player Shane Tracy. The club announced the signing via their social media pages on Tuesday afternoon. “The official statement said: Aisling Annacotty are delighted to announce the signing of former Wembley Rovers, Galway United and Limerick FC player Shane Tracy to the club. Shane who…

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Limerick FC secure investment and call for 'United' front

By Adrian Finnin / January 17, 2020 /

In a sensational turn of events on Friday night, Limerick FC were granted permission from the Football Association of Ireland to apply for an Airtricity League First Division licence following a week of legal proceedings taken against the association by owner Pat O’Sullivan. O’Sullivan and his legal team argued that Limerick FC were excluded from…

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Janesboro and Regional among the top recruiters in January

By Adrian Finnin / January 17, 2020 /

The Limerick District League transfer window has been open since the 1st December and unlike previous seasons, clubs in the Premier Division appear to be quieter in terms of player recruitment. After speaking to many managers over the last week or so, it is clear that the majority of clubs are in the process of…

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Ryan Looks Back on Time at Janesboro with Pride

By Adrian Finnin / January 16, 2020 /

Aidan Ryan has enjoyed a break from junior football following his departure from Janesboro Football Club in early September. Ryan spent three years at the southside club and won three league titles, an Oscar Traynor Trophy, Lawson and Munster Champions Cup during a hugely successful period and looks back fondly. “Overall, I think my time…

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Cup action is the focus in the Limerick District League

By Adrian Finnin / January 15, 2020 /

There are three major cup competitions taking place in Limerick junior soccer this week with clubs competing in the Tuohy, Lawson and Munster Junior Cups. Firstly, Fairview Rangers take on Aisling Annacotty in the Tuohy Cup tonight at Jackman Park (7pm). The sides have met twice already this season with the pair playing out an…

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Limerick Heavyweights to face off in FAI Junior Cup

By Adrian Finnin / January 14, 2020 /

There will be plenty of excitement on Sunday February 2nd among the Limerick junior soccer fraternity when Limerick District League duo Fairview Rangers and Pike Rovers meet in the FAI Junior Cup 7th round. The game will take place at Crossagalla, the home of Pike Rovers. The draw was made today in Dublin following last…

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Coonagh United Exit FAI Junior Cup

By Adrian Finnin / January 11, 2020 /

Coonagh United were eliminated from the FAI Junior Cup at the sixth round stage for the second time in three years earlier today. The team travelled to Dublin to face a strong Crumlin side hoping to reach the last 16 of the competition for the first time in the club’s history. The home side were…

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Limerick United set to field representative teams in 2020

By Adrian Finnin / January 9, 2020 /

Following last month’s news that Limerick FC will be liquidated following failure to find investment to save the club, it has been confirmed that a new group called Limerick United will enter teams in both the Women’s National League and underage leagues in the forthcoming Airtricity League campaign. There will be no senior men’s representation…

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