Jack Neville

Explaining the rules for the Fenway Hurling Classic

By Jack Neville / November 15, 2018 /

The following are the rules for the Super Hurling 11s, Fenway Hurling Classic in Fenway Park, Boston, on Sunday 18 Nov 2018. Limerick take on Wexford next Sunday in the 2018 Fenway hurling Classic in Boston. The winners will face either Cork or Clare in the decider, with all games being televisde on TG4. The…

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Treaty Talk EP 44 With Sporting Limerick and Matt O’Callaghan

By Jack Neville / November 15, 2018 /

Ahead of an important week of hurling we caught up with Matt O’Callaghan to get his views with Limerick, Na Piarsaigh and Tournafulla all in action. On Sunday, Na Piarsaigh seek to retain the Munster Championship at the expense of Ballygunner in Thurles. The previous day, Tournafulla face Ballinameela of Waterford in the Munster Junior…

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LISTEN: “Nothing happens by accident”-Pauls Beary praises underage work at Na Piarsaigh

By Jack Neville / November 15, 2018 /

For Na Piarsaigh Sunday brings unchartered water as they look to retain the Munster Club title for the first time. After reclaiming the county championship for the first time in their history at the fifth attempt, Sunday presents an opportunity for the juggernaut to draw level with Blackrock at the top of the Munster Roll…

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WATCH: Earls relishing “important game” against All Blacks as RWC approaches

By Jack Neville / November 14, 2018 /

Ireland face New Zealand this Saturday in the Aviva Stadium with the Rugby World Cup on the horizon. Just twelve months removed from the showpiece event, this game offers Joe Schmidt’s side the chance to test themselves against the very best. For Munster’s Keith Earls, the chance to face the All Blacks is one he…

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WATCH: Sean Finn on the emotional Limerick GAA DVD

By Jack Neville / November 14, 2018 /

For Sean Finn, 2018 will go down as a dream year for the Bruff man. A first All-Ireland in almost fifty years was secured for his county in August before the corner-back was honoured for his sublime performances all year by collecting his maiden All Star at the beginning of this month. To celebrate the…

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Quick Start Key To Na Piarsaigh Success

By Jack Neville / November 13, 2018 /

Na Piarsaigh face Ballygunner this Sunday in the 2018 Munster Club Hurling Championship final. Na Piarsaigh will be looking for a fifth crown since 2011 while Ballygunner will be keen to add to their sole success from 2001. Ahead of the highly anticipated game we look at the key talking points. Can Na Piarsaigh go…

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Weekly Racing News- Ballyoisin in impressive form

By Jack Neville / November 12, 2018 /

Limerick Racing News  Ballyoisin ran out a most impressive of the Grade 2 TheTote.com Fortria Chase at Navan on Sunday. With Doctor Phoenix missing out due to ground conditions, Enda Bolger’s seven-year-old was sent off an 8/13 favourite and his supporters never had a moment’s worry. He was clear from halfway under Barry Geraghty and scored by…

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WATCH: DREAMS Teaser: Limerick’s bus journey to Croke Park

By Jack Neville / November 12, 2018 /

It’s a moment that will live long in the memory for Limerick supporters as Declan Hannon climbed the steps of the Hogan Stand to end 45 years of hurt in the county. From Limerick’s rousing performance to the captain’s speech, no one will forget where they were when Limerick captured the Liam MacCarthy Cup in…

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Weekly Golf Notes

By Jack Neville / November 12, 2018 /

Shannon GC 4 man scramble 1st . Adrian Carew(12), Padraic Carew(12), Vincent Scully(7) & Niall Fitzgerald(6) 56.3 2nd.Peter McLaughlin(17), Pat Madden(15), Ray Kiely(10) & Mike Kearney(8) 57.0. Castletroy GC Mens Results Scotch Foursomes November 4 2018 1st. Nett Ger Haugh & Ger Callanan 33 Pts 2nd. Nett Chris Murphy & Rory Linehan 32 Pts (B.7)…

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Mixed fortunes for Tournafulla and Kildimo Pallaskenry in Munster Championships

By Jack Neville / November 12, 2018 /

Tournafulla and Kildimo-Pallaskenry suffered contrasting fortunes in the Munster Junior Championships this weekend. With home advantage Tournafulla booked their place in the last four of the Junior Hurling Championship with a 1-22 to 2-9 victory over Kilgarven of Kerry on Saturday afternoon. Cork’s Dromtarriffe overcame Kildimo-Pallaskenry 2-10 to 1-7 to end the Limerick sides Munster…

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