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Limerickman announced as Kildare Minor Hurling Manager

By Jack Neville / November 11, 2019 /

Eoin Stapleton, formerly of Garryspillane GAA has been announced as the new manager of the Kildare Minor Hurling team for the next two years. Stapleton, who is currently a member of the Naas GAA club, won an All-Ireland U21 Hurling Championship in 1987 with Limerick, has been nominated for a two-year term after being involved…

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Banogue Strike Late To Claim Junior B Title Over Knockane

By Jack Neville / November 9, 2019 /

Banogue secured the Junior B football Championship in dramatic fashion, thanks to a stoppage time goal from forward Gary McInerney. The goal was heartbreaking from Knockane, who’d were appearing in a county final for the first time in since the 1942 senior football final.  Adam Costelloe kicked six points, including five well taken frees for…

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Diarmaid Byrnes looking “leave a mark on Munster” ahead of Ballygunner test

By Jack Neville / November 8, 2019 /

This Sunday Patrickswell chase a place in the Munster Championship final when they take on current champions Ballygunner in Walsh Park. At the New York Hurling Classic jersey launch, Patrickswell’s Diarmaid Byrnes spoke about the upcoming game. “Massive match. Yeah looking forward to it now. It’s been a nice old campaign for us so far…

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Limerick Jersey for New York Hurling Classic released

By Jack Neville / November 8, 2019 /

Later this month Limerick will travel to the US once again for the Aer Lingus Super 11’s, with the event taking place in New York this year. The Munster champions will be defending the trophy they won last year in Boston with wins over Wexford and Cork. This year they will once again face Wexford…

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Key Battles as Patrickswell take on Munster champions Ballygunner

By Jack Neville / November 8, 2019 /

The favourites for the 2019 Munster Club Hurling championship meet this Sunday in Walsh Park in the semi-final stage of the competition. Patrickswell come into the game off the back of their Limerick SHC success over Na Piarsaigh last month while defending Munster champions Ballygunner were victorious over Clare champions Sixmilebridge in the quarter-finals last…

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Treaty Talk EP88: Patrickswell, NCW & Galtee Gaels in Munster action

By Jack Neville / November 8, 2019 /

After Blackrock’s disappointing Munster Intermediate Club championship loss to Fr O’Neills last Sunday, three more Limerick teams will move into the Munster championship this weekend. On Saturday Galtee Gaels welcome St Breckans of Clare to the Gaelic Grounds in the Intermediate Championship. The following day both Newcastle West and Patrickswell are in Senior championship action.…

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PREVIEW: Carey says the ‘Well “must strike while iron is hot” in Munster

By Jack Neville / November 7, 2019 /

Ciaran Carey will lead his Patrickswell side to Walsh Park this Sunday as they take on defending Munster champions Ballygunner in the semi-final of the competition. Patrickswell captured their record twentieth county title at the start of October when they overcame Na Piarsaigh in the Gaelic Grounds by 1-17 to 0-15. For Patrickswell, Sunday will…

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PREVIEW: NCW look to right the wrongs of 2015 in Munster Championship

By Jack Neville / November 7, 2019 /

Mallow is the venue this Sunday for the Munster Club Football quarter-final between County champions Newcastle West and Cork kingpins Nemo Rangers. The winners of this tie will move into the semi-final to play either Dr Crokes or Austin Stacks of Kerry. This is Newcastle West’s first venture into the Munster championship since 2015 when…

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PREVIEW: Galtee Gaels’ John McGrath confident ahead of Munster club championship

By Jack Neville / November 7, 2019 /

This Saturday Galtee Gaels welcome St Breckans of Clare to the Gaelic Grounds for the Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship quarter-final. After beating Gerald Griffins in the Limerick decider, Galtee manager John McGrath is looking forward to having a cut of the Clare champions in the same venue where they captured the county title. “Absolutely…

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Mixed results for Limerick schools in Harty Cup

By Jack Neville / November 6, 2019 /

Ardscoil Ris returned to winning ways while John the Baptist suffered a second consecutive loss today in the Harty Cup. There is a place in the quarter-finals for the city school where they face CBC of Cork in the final group game. John the Baptist are all but out now as they lie bottom of…

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