Jack Neville

Limerick Munster Football and Hurling Championship fixtures confirmed

By Jack Neville / September 23, 2020 /

Munster GAA have announced the fixtures for the 2020 provincial championships with both the hurlers and footballers drawn in the quarter finals. Hurling Limerick’s fixture with Clare in the Munster Championship quarter final as been announced. Limerick will begin the defence of their title in Semple Stadium on Sunday October 25 at 3.45pm against the…

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Limerick retain Junior T20 Blast to sign off season with another trophy

By Jack Neville / September 23, 2020 /

It was the icing on a rather delicious cake for Limerick’s season on Saturday when they saw off their final opponents of the year, Cork County, in their own back yard to end the season on a high bringing the tally of trophies to 5 (out of a possible 8). Few had thought of this…

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Monday Night Munster as Pro 14 release 2020/21 fixture list

By Jack Neville / September 23, 2020 /

The Guinness PRO14 will break new ground as it introduces prime-time Monday Night Rugby to its schedule for the upcoming 2020/21 season. With the new campaign less than two weeks away, dates and times have been confirmed for the first eight weeks of action. The first Monday night game will occur in Round 3 when…

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Murray and Conway progressing through injury returns as Munster prep for Connacht

By Jack Neville / September 23, 2020 /

The Munster squad and coaching team returned to the HPC on Monday ahead of Saturday’s ‘A’ Interpro against Connacht at Thomond Park. Staff and players will undergo the latest phase of the IRFU’s routine PCR testing today. The kick-off time for Saturday’s game has been moved and there will be a 3pm start in Limerick.…

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Remaining semi finalists in the Limerick SFC to be confirmed tonight

By Jack Neville / September 23, 2020 /

There are two huge quarter-finals in the Limerick Senior Football Championship down for decision this evening as Newcastle West meet Adare and Oola face Galbally. Ballysteen and Ballylanders are safely through already with the draw for the semi finals to take place after the games tonight. The semi-finals will be played this Sunday. Tonight in…

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Weekly Racing News: Busy week for Limerick contingent as Listowel kicks off

By Jack Neville / September 21, 2020 /

Limerick Racing News Trainer Paddy Twomey is having a terrific season and Haifa, having his first start for the barn, landed a gamble in the second maiden at Tipperary Monday under Billy Lee. It was yet another winner for Ballingarry jockey Lee as 3-1 chance Universal Focus got up on the line in division two…

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Support Munster with Cardboard cutouts

By Jack Neville / September 21, 2020 /

A full Thomond Park awash with red is one of the great sights in world rugby. We are all counting down the days until we get back into the stadium again, but for now, we can still fill it with familiar faces from near and far. Munster Rugby are offering supporters the chance to have…

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Senior Camogie glory for Kileedy and Intermediate triumph for Bruff

By Jack Neville / September 21, 2020 /

Kileedy bridged an eight year gap since their last Senior camogie title on Sunday as they overcame champions Newcastle West 1-9 to 0-7 in the Bog Garden. Under the tutelage of Jim O’Sullivan, Kileedy had the first fve scores of the game inside the opening quarter of an hour. Newcastle responded with three of their…

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Limerick Senior, Intermediate & Junior Hurling and Football Round Up

By Jack Neville / September 21, 2020 /

After a hectic weekend of action, we crowned the Senior and Intermediate Hurling champions, with a couple of Senior Football quarter-finals thrown in for good measure. Check out the full round up of games below. Limerick Senior Hurling Championship Final On Saturday night, Na Piarsaigh secured their sixth SHC title in style as they destroyed…

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Brilliant Ballysteen cruise into Limerick SFC semi final

By Jack Neville / September 19, 2020 /

A brilliant final quarter final pushed Ballysteen into a first Limerick SFC semi final since 2012 with a 0-14 to 0-8 win over Fr Caseys. Seamie O’Donnell’s side lead from start to finish in a complete performance. A brilliant first 15 had them 0-5 to 0-2 ahead with the score 0-6 to 0-3 at the…

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