Jack Neville

O’Sullivan says Division 4 triumph can give that ‘bit of a lift’ as Limerick prepare for Championship

By Jack Neville / October 26, 2020 /

On Saturday after four years resigned to the bottom tier, the Limerick footballers earned promotion to Division 3 of the National Fooball Laegue by virtue of a 1-16 to 1-14 win over Sligo. For joint captain Donal O’Sullivan, the victory comes as a huge positive after the disappointment against Wexford the previous week as he…

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Talking Points as Limerick hit Clare for 36 to set up Tipp semi-final clash

By Jack Neville / October 26, 2020 /

Limerick set up a Munster semi final tie with Tipperary after a scintillating second half display saw them overcome Clare 0-36 to 1-23 in Semple Stadium. Limerick struggled to pull away from a determined Clare side in the first half but outscored the Banner 0-21 to 1-8 in the second half to move into the…

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REWATCH: Limerick and Kilkenny meet in 2014 AISF classic

By Jack Neville / October 26, 2020 /

Yesterday, the Limerick faithful were treated to a brilliant second half display as John Kiely’s charges saw off Clare in the Munster quarter-final 0-36 to 1-23. That win pushes them into the Munster quarter final on Sunday against Tipperary. After an almost eight month lay-off, few will argue that it was great to have championship…

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WATCH: Billy Lee reacts as Limerick secure the Division 4 title

By Jack Neville / October 26, 2020 /

On Saturday, after a number of years resigned to the bottom tier of the National Football League, Limerick were crowned Division 4 champions after beating Sligo 1-16 to 1-14 on the final day. In Billy Lee’s fourth year in the charge, his side were deserved League champions and add that title to the Munster League…

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Earls in contention as Ireland issue squad update ahead of Paris trip

By Jack Neville / October 26, 2020 /

On Saturday, Ireland’s 50-17 win over Italy set up a final day date with France with a bonus point for Andy Farrell’s man to guarantee the title. Ireland had to do without Keith Earls in Dublin but the Limerick man is in contention to travel to Paris with a decision on his availability to made…

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WATCH: Limerick U20 Hurling Manager Paul Beary on ‘huge disappointment’ as championship paused

By Jack Neville / October 23, 2020 /

As the Senior hurlers prepare for Clare on Sunday, Paul Beary’s Limerick U20 hurling team face into another period of uncertainty as their championship is put on pause. On Wednesday, less than a week removed from their Munster semi-final against Cork on Monday, it was announced that the championship would be put on pause. It…

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Treaty Talk EP118: Munster Hurling return, Footballers Promotion chance and Player Welfare

By Jack Neville / October 23, 2020 /

With all four senior Limerick sides in action, Jack and Matt look ahead to what promises to be a brilliant weekend of action. In order, the duo discuss the following; Limerick v Clare (Senior Hurling) Limerick v Sligo (Senior Football) Limerick v Waterford (Senior Camogie) Player Welfare Limerick v Waterford (Junior Camogie) Limerick v Derry…

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Limerick pulled from Junior Camogie Championship after last hour rule change

By Jack Neville / October 23, 2020 /

Just 24 hours removed from their Premier Junior championship opener with Waterford, Limerick will be forced to exit the competition as will their opponents. This comes as the Camogie Association announced that a directive has been put in place that allows for just one team from each county to compete in the All-Ireland Championships. The…

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BREAKING: Limerick camogie manager Paul Sexton steps down with immediate effect

By Jack Neville / October 23, 2020 /

Limerick camogie manager Paul Sexton has stepped down from his role with immediate effect due to personal reasons according to Matt O’Callaghan. The Limerick camogie board have released a short statement thanking Sexton for his work with the side. Limerick Camogie County Board wish to acknowledge the tireless work and commitment of Paul Sexton, Senior…

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Lynch will give Clare the ‘utmost respect’ as the counties open the Munster Championship

By Jack Neville / October 23, 2020 /

The Munster Hurling Championship makes its bow this Sunday with the titanic clash of Limerick and Clare in the quarter-final in Thurles. Limerick will be favoured to get past the challenge of an injury-stricken Banner but Cian Lynch isn’t looking past Limerick’s neighbours after suffering three consecutive losses to them between 2016-2018. “We know Clare…

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