Jack Neville

Limerick legend Jack Quaid passes away

By Jack Neville / February 24, 2021 /

Limerick and Feohanagh legend Jack Quaid passed away peacefully in the UHL on February 22. Quaid represented his club and county with great distinguish throughout an illustrious career. In 1954 he won a county junior title with Feohanagh and captured a Junior All-Ireland title with Limerick the same year. For his county he also captured…

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GAA regains Elite status and is set for May return under latest ‘Living with Covid’ plan

By Jack Neville / February 24, 2021 /

The GAA will have to wait until the country moves into a Level 4 lockdown before the resumption of activities after the latest Living with Covid plan was announced last night. With the situation to be assessed at the outset of April, it is hopeful that intercounty players will be able to return to training…

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On This Day: Pairc Ui Chaoimh win for the Hurlers in 2020 and More!

By Jack Neville / February 23, 2021 /

February 23 This day last year, Limerick picked up their third consecutive win in the National League with a victory over Cork in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. In 2019 the footballers fell to Wicklow while 2014 would bring a NHL win over Antrim. 2020 Defending champions Limerick made it three from three in the National Hurling…

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Limerick duo to represent Ireland at European Indoor Championships next month

By Jack Neville / February 22, 2021 /

Emerald AC duo Ciara Neville and Sarah Lavin will represent Ireland at next month’s European Indoor Championships next month after being chosen on the 24 strong team. Both are coached by Noelle Morrissey. The 2021 championships are to be held in Torun in Poland from March 5-7. Neville will compete in the 60m sprint and…

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JP McManus’ legendary Istabraq to be honoured on Laochra na Rásáiochta

By Jack Neville / February 22, 2021 /

This Thursday, JP McManus’ legendary Istabraq will be honoured on TG4 with the horse to be featured on Laochra na Rasaicohta at 9.30pm.

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On This Day: Footballers maintain 100% start to 2020 while Ardscoil claim Harty Cup in 2014

By Jack Neville / February 22, 2021 /

February 22 On this day last year, Limerick maintained their place atop the Division 4 table with a fourth consecutive win. In 2015, TJ Ryan’s Limerick hurlers got their first win of the season with Ardscoil Rís claiming a third Harty Cup on this day seven years ago. 2020 Billy Lee’s Limerick made it four…

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Hayes moves to within two wins of 750 – Weekly Racing News

By Jack Neville / February 22, 2021 /

Limerick/Clare Racing News Chris Hayes is just two shy of 750 winners in Ireland after his success at Dundalk last week. His first came on Chateau Musar in the second division of the 12-furlong handicap on at Dundalk on Wednesday. The four-year-old has more than paid his way over the winter months and was recording…

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Treaty Talk EP130: GAA’s Elite Status Gone? Club or County First & More!

By Jack Neville / February 22, 2021 /

In a special edition of Treaty Talk, Jack Neville is joined by former Limerick dual star Stephen Lucey and former Football star Pa Ranahan. The trio discuss the recent announcements pertaining to the return of GAA or lack thereof and the loss of the GAA’s elite status. They debate whether the club or county should…

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Limerick Hurling Kitman launches fundraiser to support Daughters of Charity Lisnagry

By Jack Neville / February 22, 2021 /

Limerick Kitman Ger O’Connell will be walking 141km in aid of the Daughters of Charity Lisnagry starting on March 1 to raise much needed funds for the organisation. After watching his Limerick side claim All-Ireland honours in December, O’Connell will be walking 141km in March with the number equivalent to the number of points Limerick…

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Limerick’s storied history with the All-Star Awards (Updated)

By Jack Neville / February 22, 2021 /

Saturday night marked the 50th edition of the GAA’s All-Star awards that recognises the achievements of the outstanding players from the previous Gaelic Football and Hurling seasons. First introduced in 1971, the awards have come to resemble excellence on the playing field and is one of the pinnacles of an individuals career. In the first…

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