Jack Neville

Criticism of Johnny Murphy is Unfounded & Unfair

By Jack Neville / November 23, 2020 /

Jack Neville looks at the unfair criticism aimed at Limerick referee Johnny Murphy in the wake of his perfromance during Galway’s win over Tipp.

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‘Friendships to be put to the side’ as Casey and co prepare to face O’Neill’s Galway

By Jack Neville / November 23, 2020 /

There will be a familiar face in the Galway dugout when Limerick face the Tribesmen this Sunday in the All-Ireland semi-final in Croke Park. Less than five years after guiding Na Piarsaigh to an All-Ireland title, manager Shane O’Neill will be hoping to get one over his own county in his first year as manager…

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“They train as hard as us” Peter Casey Echoes Kiely’s Stance On Panel

By Jack Neville / November 22, 2020 /

Limerick star Peter Casey has echoed the sentiment of his manager as he outlined his desire to see all members of the Limerick panel be permitted to attend championship games. Last Sunday, in the wake of Limerick’s Munster final victory over Waterford, John Kiely said the win was ‘tinged’ and said he was ‘offended’ by…

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Weekend Hurling and Football Championship Predictions

By Jack Neville / November 20, 2020 /

In the third installment of my weekly Senior Championship predictions, the highlights are the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship quarter-finals on Saturday. Sunday is headlined by both Munster and Ulster football finals. Last week I correctly predicted six of the nine fixtures with the Wexford hurlers and Galway and Down footballers letting me down. This brought…

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WATCH: Rory Scannell says Munster are still “taking it week by week” after electric start

By Jack Neville / November 20, 2020 /

Top of the table Munster will be looking to maintain their perfect start to the season this Monday when they meet Glasgow Warriors in Scoutstoun. Despite the difference in form for both sides coming into the game, Munster centre Rory Scannell isn’t taking the game for granted as he expects a tough assignment in Scotland.…

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Stephen Larkham hoping to continue early season momentum

By Jack Neville / November 20, 2020 /

Munster will be seeking a sixth consecutive win to start their Pro 14 campaign as they travel to Glasgow on Monday evening. Munster’s 100% record has them clear at the top of the Cofernece and Stephen Larkham is hoping his side can continue to improve on their early season form. “There’s a lot of excitement…

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Treaty Talk EP123: Ladies Footballers target All-Ireland final as Hurlers reclaim Munster

By Jack Neville / November 20, 2020 /

Jack Neville and Matt O’Callaghan are back for the latest episode of Treaty Talk! They discuss the Limerick Ladies Footballers All-Ireland semi-final clash with Fermanagh on Sunday. For a full preview catch our podcast with Donal Ryan, Niamh McCarthy and Caroline Hickey here. The lads also look back on the Munster final from last Sunday…

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WATCH: “The girls have done everything to get here”-Donal Ryan

By Jack Neville / November 20, 2020 /

Limerick and Fermanagh meet this Sunday with a place in the 2020 Ladies Junior Football All-Ireland final up for grabs. Limerick come into the game with a 100% record from their group but manager Donal Ryan insists that Fermanagh are the favourites for the clash. “Yeah they lost a game, but to the team that…

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WATCH: “Semi-finals are there to be won”- Limerick Ladies vice captain Caroline Hickey

By Jack Neville / November 19, 2020 /

The Limerick Ladies Footballers are only one step away from the All-Ireland Ladies Junior Football final this Sunday when they take on Fermanagh in the semi-final. Despite a huge turnover in players, vice-captain Caroline Hickey says each player will need to be a leader on the day if they are to overcome last year’s finalists…

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Casey hoping to improve on ‘disappointing’ 2019 All-Ireland semi-final

By Jack Neville / November 18, 2020 /

Limerick are back in the All-Ireland semi-final for the third successive year after they captured the Munster title against Waterford on Sunday. At this stage in 2019, Limerick failed to show up against Kilkenny in the opening quarter and trailed by as many as nine-points before losing out by a point to the Cats. Much…

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