Jack Neville

Keith Earls

Earls calm as Lions team is soon to be announced

By Jack Neville / April 18, 2017 /

Lions squad predictions will come to an end tomorrow. Head coach, Warren Gatland is set to name the players who will travel to New Zealand this summer. Nerves must be setting in for the players but Keith Earls is keeping his cool. Earls, a Lion in 2009, is looking ahead to Munster’s upcoming Champions Cup…

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Doon V NAP

Na Piarsaigh seek 6th consecutive U21 Hurling Championship against Doon

By Jack Neville / April 18, 2017 /

Na Piarsaigh will face Doon tonight in the decider of the Mint Catering U21 Hurling Championship tonight at the Gaelic Grounds at 7.30pm. This will be the third successive time that these teams have met in the final of the competition. Na Piarsaigh have won the previous 3 encounters against the East Limerick club and have…

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Galway ruthlessly put Limerick to the Sword

By Jack Neville / April 17, 2017 /

Limerick’s league campaign petered out with the slightest of resistance as Galway simply had too much for the home side in a 1-21 to 1-11 point win. Yesterday’s timid performance will go a long way in banishing the good work to overturn Cork a fortnight ago. In truth, Galway displayed a far superior skill set,…

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WATCH: Simon Zebo on Pleyer Mic is a must watch

By Jack Neville / April 16, 2017 /

Sky Sports Cameras had Zebo on player mic for Ulster match. Simon Zebo has been in flying form for Munster and Ireland over the past number of months. Filling in at full back for the men in red, Zebo’s ability to run from deep and finish moves have been crucial to Munster’s winning runs. This…

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Niall Scannell

WATCH: Niall Scannell discusses another gritty Munster win

By Jack Neville / April 16, 2017 /

Niall Scannell gives post match reaction from Ulster game. Yesterday Munster sealed a play-off place in the Pro 12 after a hard fought 22-20 victory over Ulster in Thomond Park. This was a significant win as Ulster were hoping to push towards the play-off places as they lie in 5th place in the table, one…

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Limerick V Galway Promo

Limerick seek first League Final since 2006

By Jack Neville / April 15, 2017 /

Limerick look to avenge the loss suffered at the hands of Galway in the final round of Division 1b when they host the Tribesmen this Sunday in the Gaelic Grounds in the Semi Final of the Allianz Hurling League. The last time Limerick reached the League final was 11 years ago where they were defeated…

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Ex Galway hurler says Tribesmen are ‘way ahead’ of Limerick

By Jack Neville / April 14, 2017 /

Ex Galway hurler feels Tribesmen are “way ahead” of Limerick. Ahead of Limerick’s Allianz Hurling League Semi Final, ex Galway hurler Damien Hayes has insisted that Galway are “way ahead” of Limerick. Prior to the League campaign, Limerick’s final round clash with Galway was tipped to be the decider as to who would spend 2018 in…

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Tom Saintfiet

International manager applied for Limerick FC post

By Jack Neville / April 13, 2017 /

With Willie Boland getting his managerial career off to a flying start with a 2-0 win over St Pats, the interim coach looked to be the man to guide Limerick for the foreseeable future. However, It is being reported today on Balls.ie that one former international manager has thrown his hat into the ring. It…

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Peter Cloughessy

Nigel Owens singles out Claw as the funniest player

By Jack Neville / April 13, 2017 /

Nigel Owens singles out Peter Clohessy as funniest player he has refereed   Nigel Owens is widely regarded as one of the best referees in World Rugby having refereed a World Cup final and Champions Cup final. Not only is his ability to control 30 professional players intent on running over each other, he is…

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Referee with the black card

Its time we talk about the Black Card

By Jack Neville / April 13, 2017 /

Its time we talk about the black card. When Sean Cavanagh pulled down Conor McManus in the 2013 All-Ireland Quarter Final, little did he know that he would change the landscape of the game. Cavanagh was lambasted for his cynicism by all from the media, with RTE pundit Joe Brolly taking particular offence from the…

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