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Minor Footballers kick off Munster Championship against Waterford

By Jack Neville / April 11, 2017 /

Minor Footballers look for strong start to Munster Championship against the Deise. Limerck Minor Footballers welcome Waterford to the Gaelic Grounds this Wednesday evening in the opening round of the 2017 Munster Minor Football Championship. Minor manager John Ryan has named a 31 man panel for the match with a total of 17 clubs represented…

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Mixed news as Munster Rugby give injury updates

By Jack Neville / April 11, 2017 /

With less than a fortnight to go before Munster’s crucial Champions Cup Semi Final against Saracens in the Aviva, Rassie Erasmus has given an update on Munster’s injury concerns, notably CJ Stander, Conor Murray and Tylor Bleyendaal. Erasmsus confirmed that the ankle injury that Stander suffered against Toulouse in their 41-16 Quarter Final win will…

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Limerick Ladies fall short in league semi final

By Jack Neville / April 10, 2017 /

Limerick fall short to Cork in league semi final   Limerick were unable to reach a first ever Division 1 final today as they lost out to a strong Cork team by 3-15 to 0-12 in Pairc Ui Rinn. The visitors started the better and opened the scoring courtesy of a Rebecca Delee point. However, Julia White…

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Limerick Ladies look to reach Div 1 Camogie Final

By Jack Neville / April 8, 2017 /

Limerick Ladies look to reach first ever Division 1 Camogie Final. The Limerick Camogie team take on Cork in the Division 1 Semi Final this Sunday in Pairc Ui Rinn at 2pm. Whilst Limerick have reached the semi final stages for the past two years, they are yet to appear in the final of the…

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O’Driscoll identifies potential Lions bolter from Munster Squad

By Jack Neville / April 7, 2017 /

Brian O’Driscoll knows more about the Lions than anyone else. Picked to tour in 2001 at just 22 years of age, O’Driscoll would be chosen for the following three tours in 2005, 2009 and 2013, becoming only the third man to appear in 4 Lions tours. Having so much experience of the touring party, O’Driscoll has singled…

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More tickets to be made available for Munster Champions Cup semi-final

By Jack Neville / April 7, 2017 /

The EPCR have today confirmed that a “limited number” of tickets for Munster’s Champions Cup Semi-Final will go on sale today on Ticketmaster.ie from 2pm. Before the sale begins, you can register on Ticketmaster  by following this link. It has been announced that tickets from all price brackets will be released. Tickets start at Category…

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Limerick FC Captain Shane Duggan speaks ahead of Pats clash

By Jack Neville / April 7, 2017 /

Limerick FC Captain Shane Duggan speaks ahead of vital Pats clash Ahead of tonight’s crucial game against St Pats, Shane Duggan explains how Limerick FC have prepared for the game. With the departure of Martin Russell, Duggan acknowledges that it has been a “hectic week” but believes the players are well prepared for the task…

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Limerick minors face stiff test in Munster Hurling Opener

By Jack Neville / April 4, 2017 /

The Limerick Minor Hurlers travel to Thurles to take on All-Ireland champions Tipperary in the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Championship Quarter Final at Semple Stadium. Limerick will be keen to gain revenge on the side that beat them in both the Munster and All-Ireland Championship finals last year. Indeed, Tipperary beat Limerick in the Munster…

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Footballers finish League campaign on a high

By Jack Neville / April 4, 2017 /

The Limerick footballers finished their League Campaign on a high yesterday in Newcastle recording a 4th successive victory to conclude the League. Billy Lee must be wondering how the league would have went for the Treaty Men had to fixtures gone a different way. Indeed Limerick played the two promoted sides in the opening two…

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Limerick stun Cork to reach League Semi Final

By Jack Neville / April 2, 2017 /

After a underwhelming Division 1B campaign, the Limerick hurlers give their faithful supporters something to cheer about yesterday in Pairc Ui Rinn, overcoming a resurgent Cork team on a scoreline of 1-20 to 1-18. Played in front of 7,892 supporters, neither team was able to pull away from one another throughout the game. In total,…

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