Jack Neville

LISTEN: “They’ve been setting the mark” – Ronan Maher ready to test himself against Limerick

By Jack Neville / May 7, 2021 /

Tipperary open their League campaign tomorrow against defending All-Ireland, Munster and League champions Limerick in the LIT Gaelic Grounds. The Premier county won All-Ireland honours in 2019 but have lost each of their last three competitive games against the Shannonsiders, including a nine point defeat in last year’s Munster semi-final. Ahead of this weekend’s game,…

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John Kiely names first Limerick squad of 2021

By Jack Neville / May 7, 2021 /

All-Ireland champions Limerick kick off their 2021 campaign this Saturday as they face Tipperary in the first round of the National Hurling League at the LIT Gaelic Grounds at 5.30pm. There are six changes in personnel to the team that captured All-Ireland honours in December. Aaron Costello and Richie English come into the full back…

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SportLK’s Hurling 50: 2nd best hurler from every county

By Jack Neville / May 6, 2021 /

Ahead of the resumption of the League, we will release our list of every teams top 5 players, with 50 players in total chosen. Today we have every team’s #2.

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WATCH: “Fresh” Finn ready and raring to go ahead of League start

By Jack Neville / May 6, 2021 /

Earlier this year Sean Finn was honoured for the third successive year at the All-Star awards as he added to his quickly bourgeoning trophy cabinet. The Limerick corner back is the best in the game and has won all before him in his four years with the senior set up. All-Ireland honours were secured in…

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WATCH: “These guys are well able to mix it” – John Kiely on new recruits ahead of Tipp clash

By Jack Neville / May 5, 2021 /

With the start of the National Hurling League just a couple of evenings away, Limerick senior hurling manager John Kiely says his side are fully focused on Tipperary on Saturday evening as they seek to defend their League, Munster and All-Ireland titles they won in 2020. It has been over four months since Limerick’s All-Ireland…

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SportLK’s Hurling 50: 3rd best hurler from every county

By Jack Neville / May 5, 2021 /

The countdown to the return of the National Hurling League is well and truly on with just three days to go until hurling is back. And ahead of the resumption of the League, we will release our list of every teams top 5 players, with 50 players in total chosen. On Monday we began with…

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LISTEN: Sheedy excited to take on “the best team in the country” on Saturday

By Jack Neville / May 5, 2021 /

This Saturday, the reigning All-Ireland champions Limerick take on the 2019 kingpins Tipperary in the first round of the National Hurling League. For Tipperary, Limerick have had their number in recent years, winning four of their last five competitive clashes including each of the last three meetings. Limerick are once more favourites to retain their…

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MIC Teams Up with GPA on New Scholarship Scheme for Postgraduate Students

By Jack Neville / May 5, 2021 /

Mary Immaculate College (MIC) and the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) have announced details of a new scholarship scheme for postgraduate students which will see inter-county players benefit from six fully funded scholarships over the next three-years. This new scholarship scheme will ears commence in September 2021.  The MIC GPA Scholarship Scheme is open to GPA members only who have applied…

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SportLK’s Hurling 50: 4th best hurler from every county

By Jack Neville / May 4, 2021 /

ahead of the resumption of the League, we will release our list of every teams top 5 players, with 50 players in total chosen. Today with look at #4 from each.

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McNamara, Lee, Landers and Byrnes feature in the winners enclosure – Weekly Racing News

By Jack Neville / May 3, 2021 /

Limerick/Clare Racing News Conditional rider Conor McNamara played his part as Willie Mullins took Punchestown by storm on the opening day of the Festival on Tuesday. Mullins saddled five winners and the Rathkeale man rode the first of them as Jazzaway came out on the right side of a photo-finish to the two-mile handicap hurdle.…

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