Jack Neville

LISTEN: Billy Lee "It's essential that we focus our attention on the league"

By Jack Neville / January 22, 2020 /

Lee hoping to build on McGrath Cup win as league begins AFTER THEIR McGrath cup victory over Cork in the Gaelic Grounds a fortnight ago, excitement is building in Limerick football circles as the National Football League campaign beckons. This Saturday Limerick travel to the Fraher Field to take on Waterford in the first round…

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LIT Students Team Up With Sporting Limerick for Live Rugby Podcast

By Jack Neville / January 20, 2020 /

As part of their college course work, a group of Business & Events Management second year students from LIT have teamed up with Sporting Limerick to bring you a Live Rugby Podcast. The podcast is in aid of Special Olympics Limerick city who receive no government funding and are totally reliant on fundraising. The hour…

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Munster earn bonus point win in Thomond as they bow out of Europe

By Jack Neville / January 19, 2020 /

Munster made light work of the Ospreys in Thomond Park today as they earned a 33-6 in their Round 6 Champions Cup tie. After yesterday’s results in the competition, Munster were aware that this would be their final Champions Cup game of the season. After a somewhat sloppy start from both sides, Ospreys had the…

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Limerick's Munster Hurling League Review

By Jack Neville / January 19, 2020 /

Limerick concluded their preseason by beating Cork in the Munster Hurling League final last Saturday winning out 1-32 to 0-20. That brought the competition to an end with the Allianz National Hurling League commencing on January 25th with a clash with Tipperary in Semple Stadium. For John Kiely and his Limerick senior Hurling team, their…

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Preview: Mary I v LIT headlines Fitzgibbon Cup Round Two

By Jack Neville / January 18, 2020 /

After a hectic start to the competition last weekend, the second round of the Fitzgibbon Cup takes place this Sunday across the country. Groups will take shape this Sunday with the final round of games taking place in the three team groups. Mary I, LIT and UL will once again all be in action with…

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WATCH: Billy Holland on that missing link, Munster support and the Ospreys

By Jack Neville / January 17, 2020 /

On Sunday, Munster welcome the Ospreys to Thomond Park, hoping to prolong their Champions Cup season. Munster’s season is out of their hands as they need results elsewhere to go their way. Ahead of the game, lock Billy Holland acknowledged the support of the Munster faithful despite recent poor results. “Over 19,000 tickets sold and…

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Limerick Motorcyclist Andrew Murphy back on track as he looks forward to 2020

By Jack Neville / January 17, 2020 /

Andrew Murphy is a 27-year-old motorcyclist currently living in Abbeyfeale. Murphy began motorcycle racing in 2013 and has been competed at Mondello Park for the past three years. However, each of those meetings came at a different cost for the motorcycle enthusiast. After winning the Superbike Cup Championship in his first year at the track…

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Champions Cup debut for Nash as JvG names side for Ospreys

By Jack Neville / January 17, 2020 /

he Munster team has been named for Sunday’s Heineken Champions Cup clash against Ospreys at Thomond Park (1pm). Buy tickets from just €20 here. Peter O’Mahony captains the side with two changes to the team that faced Racing 92 in Paris last weekend. Calvin Nash makes his Champions Cup debut on the wing and Fineen Wycherley…

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Limerick's 2020 McGrath Cup Review

By Jack Neville / January 17, 2020 /

Limerick’s first triumph in the competition since 2005 against Cork last Saturday brought the 2020 McGrath Cup to an end. Limerick’s 0-20 to 0-16 victory over the Rebels in the Gaelic Grounds puts them in good stead for the Allianz National Football League which kicks-off for Billy Lee’s side on January 25 away to Waterford.…

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Limerick Ladies Footballers announce captain for 2020

By Jack Neville / January 17, 2020 /

Dromcollogher Broadford’s Niamh McCarthy will take on the mantle as Limerick Ladies Football captain for the upcoming season is was announced today. Caroline Hickey from County Champions St Ailbes will act as vice captain for 2020. McCarthy takes over from Cathy Mee as captain of a much changed Limerick team for 2020. This year the…

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