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UL travel to Ulster for Sigerson Cup Quarter Final

By Jack Neville / February 6, 2018 /

UL travel to Belfast to take on Ulster University Jordanstown today looking to reach a third successive Sigerson Cup semi final. The Brian Carson managed outfit will enter the game as underdogs after UUJ knocked out the defending champions St Marys University in the opening round. UL had too much for CIT in the last…

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Footballers rue early concession of a goal as they fall to Carlow

By Jack Neville / February 5, 2018 /

Limerick’s promotion hopes look to be in tatters after they feel to defeat for the second consecutive week, with Carlow accounting for the Treaty side in the Gaelic Grounds yesterday. Despite, finding themselves behind for the majority of the game, Limerick to their credit never gave up a four unanswered scores at the end gave…

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Limerick Hurlers put in clinical display to claim top spot in Division 1B

By Jack Neville / February 5, 2018 /

Limerick are in control of Division 1B after a comprehensive victory over an exciting Offaly side. After last weeks heroics over Dublin in Croke Park, much was expected of the Offaly men as they welcomed Limerick to Tullamore. However, a ruthless display from John Kiely’s side saw them come away with a well deserved, 1-24…

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LISTEN: John Kiely taking nothing for granted as Limerick face Offaly challenge

By Jack Neville / February 2, 2018 /

Last weekend Limerick got their Division 1B campaign off to an ideal start with a comprehensive 1-25 to 0-18 victory over Laois in the Gaelic Grounds. Although it was a routine win for Limerick, there were four League debuts handed out to Aaron Gillane, Paddy O’Loughlin, Seamus Flanagan with Barry Murphy introduced from the bench.…

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LISTEN: John Ryan looking for replicate second half performance against Antrim

By Jack Neville / February 2, 2018 /

The Limerick ladies football team welcome Antrim to Askeaton this Saturday in Round 2 of the Lidl National League. Last weekend Limerick secured a draw against Carlow overturning a six point deficit at half time to earn a share of the spoils. We caught up with manager John Ryan who was happy with the second…

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Mary I beat NUIG in Fitzgibbon cup thriller to advance to quarter final

By Jack Neville / February 1, 2018 /

In a winner takes all contest, champions Mary I overcame a valiant NUIG side by 1-20 to 2-15 to reach the quarter final stages of this years Fitzgibbon Cup. Aaron Gillane would be the scoring hero for Mary I, notching 0-12, with his return to the starting XV a welcome sight for Jamie Wall who is…

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UL pass CIT test to advance in Sigerson Cup

By Jack Neville / January 31, 2018 /

UL made it through to the last eight of the Sigerson Cup with a well deserved 2-13 to 1-11 victory over CIT on the UL grounds. They will now face the winners of UUJ and St Marys University who play today. The Limerick college started the brighter and had the first two points of the…

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UL begin Sigerson Cup campaign against CIT

By Jack Neville / January 30, 2018 /

Once again University of Limerick are the county’s sole representative in the Sigerson Cup. UL kick of their campaign by welcoming CIT to UL this Tuesday at 2pm. Unlike the Fitzgibbon Cup, the Sigerson is run on a straight knockout basis, so defeat for UL will mean they exit the competition at the first hurdle.…

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Mary I prove too strong for spirited Trinity side in Fitzgibbon Cup

By Jack Neville / January 26, 2018 /

Goals from Corry cousins Brian and Michael as well as another from Corkman Tim O’Mahony would prove to be the difference as Mary I got their Fitzgibbon Cup hopes back on track against Trinity yesterday in UL winning out on a scoreline of 3-20 to 3-12. In wintery conditions on the 4G pitch in UL,…

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Limerick look to gain promotion back to Division 3 of the League

By Jack Neville / January 26, 2018 /

Limerick open their League campaign this Saturday night in Portlaoise against a heavily fancied Laois side who will be hoping for an immediate return to Division 3. Manager Billy Lee couldn’t have asked for a more difficult start as he tries to embed a number of new players into the panel. For varying reasons, there…

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