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Is Peter O’Mahony the Irish captain in waiting?

By Jack Neville / March 23, 2017 /

O’Mahony gives timely reminder of innate leadership qualities Peter O’Mahony’s explosive return to the Irish starting XV last week against the English was a blatant reminder of the quality of the Munster man. After being ravaged with injury for the best part of 18 months since the World Cup O’Mahony was partly forgotten about in some…

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Limerick Hurlers conclude the League with Tricky Galway Assignment

By Jack Neville / March 23, 2017 /

Limerick Hurlers conclude the League with tricky Galway Assignment The Gaelic Grounds will play host to Limerick’s final league game against Galway at 3pm this Sunday. With Wexford having secured promotion a fortnight ago, this game will decide who faces who in the quarter finals of the League. Both sides will be bitterly disappointed not…

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Bleyendaahl praised by Carter prior to Munster’s Champions Cup Quarter Final

By Jack Neville / March 23, 2017 /

Bleyendaahl praised by All-Black Great With the Six Nations finishing last weekend with Ireland getting one over their greatest rivals England and denying them a second consecutive Grand Slam, attention turns back to Munster and their quest for honours this season. This weekend they travel to Italy to take on Zebre in the Pro12. Munster…

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Munster players in the picture for Lions selection

By Jack Neville / March 21, 2017 /

Lions Watch-Munster With Irelands Munster contingent returning to UL this week, focus will turn back to the European Champions Cup clash with Toulouse in less than a fortnights time on April 1. With many impressing in the absence of the Irish internationals, they know that they will be made to work in order to regain…

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Limerick FC looking to get back on track with Harps in town

By Jack Neville / March 18, 2017 /

Limerick FC host Finn Harps at the Markets Field this afternoon (kick-off 2pm). The Super Blues will be hoping for a much-improved performance after a poor second-half display during the 0-1 home defeat on Monday night. Meanwhile, the visitors have enjoyed a successful week after a 1-1 draw with Galway United and a 2-1 victory…

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Ireland look to stop the English juggernaught in the Aviva.

By Jack Neville / March 17, 2017 /

Ireland look to stop the English juggernaut in the Aviva Ireland entertain England this Saturday in the Aviva in a game that was pencilled in prior to the Six Nations as a potential Grand Slam decider. For one team on Saturday there is a Grand Slam up for grabs, however, that team is the English.…

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