Jack Neville

Adare Manor unveil plans to launch The Padel Club this Autumn

By Jack Neville / September 9, 2020 /

Adare Manor is delighted to announce plans to launch a brand-new activity centre, The Padel Club, later this Autumn.  Further elevating the guest experience, The Padel Club will provide a new wellness and sporting facility exclusive to guests staying at Adare Manor, with the addition of a host of new activities including: two indoor padel tennis…

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Mungret Manager Seanie Barry says PIHC will come down to “fine margins”

By Jack Neville / September 9, 2020 /

Mungret will be appearing in their first ever Premier Intermediate Hurling final on Sunday when they take on Kildimo Pallaskenry in the LIT Gaelic Grounds. Mungret had a point to spare when the sides met in Round one but have flattered to deceive in the meantime while Kildimo Pallaskenry have responded brilliantly. However, in their…

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“We will have a rattle and see how we get on” Mungret’s Cian O’Brien ready for PIHC Final

By Jack Neville / September 9, 2020 /

This Sunday evening, the Limerick Premier Interemediate Final will take place between Mungret St Pauls and Kildimo Pallaskenry in the LIT Gaelic Grounds. The sides met in Round 1 and played out an instant classic with Mungret edging it 1-17 to 1-16 courtesy of a late Rory Duff score. Team captain, Cian O’Brien sat out…

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PREVIEW: Premier Intermediate Hurling Final

By Jack Neville / September 9, 2020 /

This Sunday night in the Gaelic Grounds, City rivals Kildimo Pallaskenry and Mungret St Pauls will do battle in the 2020 Lyons of Limerick Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship final. It will be a repeat of their first round classic where Mungret edged their opponents by a solitary point in Clarina. That first round encounter was…

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Limerick finish season undefeated with away win to Kerry

By Jack Neville / September 7, 2020 /

Limerick maintained their 100% winning record on Sunday when they defeated Kerry to complete a perfect league campaign, finishing 5 points clear of their nearest competitors. Limerick 4 wins from 4 in their league run with on game going down as a no result due to a suspect Covid-19 case before the game in which…

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McNamara’s 14/1 shot the standout-Weekly Racing News

By Jack Neville / September 7, 2020 /

Limerick/Clare Racing News  Conor McNamara combined with County Meath trainer Tom McCourt to win the 2m3f beginners’ chase on Dollar Value at Downpatrick on Monday. The 14/1 chance got to the line a length and three-quarters ahead of Henry De Bromhead’s Somptueux, with the winning trainer commenting, “Dollar Value can get a bit free so…

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WATCH: Munster fall in Pro 14 final four to Leinster once again

By Jack Neville / September 7, 2020 /

For the third consecutive season, Munster fell in the semi finals to Leinster in the Guinness Pro 14. In truth, it was a grim affair in the Aviva with Munster never looking like threatening the opponents tryline. Ronan Kelleher’s contentious first half effort was the only try of the game as Leinster held out for…

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REVIEW: Limerick SHC, PIHC, IHC and JAHC Round Up

By Jack Neville / September 7, 2020 /

Limerick Senior Hurling Championship The last four in the Limerick Senior Hurling Championship were confirmed over the weekend as Na Piarsaigh and Doon joined group winners Patrickswell and Kilmallock in the semi-finals. On Saturday evening in the Gaelic Grounds, Na Piarsaigh took on Senior B side Ballybrown in the quarter-finals. Despite the big losses of…

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Treaty Talk EP111: Knockout hurling returns, Camogie semi finals and Football review

By Jack Neville / September 4, 2020 /

It’s another bumper weekend off Limerick GAA action as the hurling returns for the knockout stages. There are a pair of SHC quarter finals, as well as two premier intermediate semi finals. The four Intermediate Hurling quarter finals are down for decision as are the semi finals in the Limerick Senior and Intermediate Camogie championships.…

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All you need to know ahead of Munster v Leinster

By Jack Neville / September 4, 2020 /

Munster take on Leinster in the Guinness PRO14 semi-final this weekend looking to earn a place in the final for the second time in four years. Where? Aviva Stadium (behind closed doors) When? Friday, 7.35pm Did you know? Munster have reached the Guinness PRO14 semi-final in each of the last four years, qualifying for the…

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