Jack Neville

WATCH: Niamh McCarthy hoping to ‘get off the mark quicker’ in All-Ireland semi-final

By Jack Neville / November 18, 2020 /

This Sunday, the Limerick Ladies Football team will be aiming for a second All-Ireland Ladies Junior Football final berth in three years when they face Fermanagh in the semi-final. Limerick were victorious in the competition in 2018 but were relegated after a poor 2019 campaign. However, the side have the chance to bounce back to…

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WATCH: Keith Earls says competition in Ireland squad ‘has gone through the roof’

By Jack Neville / November 18, 2020 /

Keith Earls is back in the Ireland starting XV to take on England this Saturday in the Autumn Nations Cup. He is giving his first start since return form injury and the winger is delighted to be back involved in the squad after the lay-off. “It was a great to be back out with the…

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Earls starts as Farrell names Irish squad to face England in Autumn Nations Cup

By Jack Neville / November 18, 2020 /

Andy Farrell has named his Irish side to take on England in th Autumn Nations Cup in Twickenham this Saturday. Keith Earls is named to start after making an appearance off the bench last Friday night in the Welsh win. He is joined by Munster men CJ Stander, Peter O’Mahony and Chris Farrell in the…

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Limerick’s All-Ireland Ladies Junior Football semi-final this Sunday

By Jack Neville / November 18, 2020 /

Donal Ryan’s Limerick Ladies Footballers will take on Fermanagh this Sunday with a place in the Junior All-Ireland final up for grabs. This Sunday’s semi-final will be brought to you live by the LGFA from Kinnedad in Westmeath from 1pm. Follow the link below to watch the game this weekend. Limerick v Fermanagh- Ladies Junior…

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Fixtures confirmed for Munster’s Festive Interpro derbies

By Jack Neville / November 16, 2020 /

Fixture details have been confirmed for Munster’s three Guinness PRO14 Interpro derbies in December and January. The fixtures and host broadcaster information is listed below. All secondary broadcast information will be confirmed in due course. All three games will be played on Saturdays with the Leinster clash at Thomond Park on St Stephen’s Day at…

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Power Rankings: Six sides remain in the hunt for the All-Ireland Hurling title

By Jack Neville / November 16, 2020 /

Just like that, the hunt for Liam MacCarrthy is down to six with the quarter-finals penciled in for this Saturday. Provincial champions Limerick and Kilkenny are safely through to the last four and await the winners of this weekend’s games. On Saturday, Waterford meet Clare while Galway face Tipperary. With just six sides remaining in…

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Plenty of local success -Weekly Racing News

By Jack Neville / November 16, 2020 /

Limerick/Clare Racing News  First and second in the Foxhunters’ Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, It Came To Pass and Billaway only played minor roles as the Enda Bolger-trained Stand Up And Fight won the Irish National Hunt Steeplechase Committee Celebrating 150 Years Hunters Chase at Fairyhouse on Tuesday. Aine O’Connor was in the saddle as…

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Two Limerick hurlers named on GAA team of the Week

By Jack Neville / November 16, 2020 /

After helping Limerick to claim their second consecutive Munster championship, Cian Lynch and Graeme Mulcahy have been named in the Official GAA hurling team of the week. Lynch was instrumental in the win, starting at midfield before moving to centre forward late on as he chipped in with a point. The Patrickswell man was also…

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Talking Points as Limerick pick up a 21st Munster title to go back-to-back

By Jack Neville / November 16, 2020 /

Limerick were made to work to retain their Munster title as they picked up a 0-25 to 0-21 win in the decider in Thurles. After large victories over Clare and Tipperary in their previous games, Limerick had to fight until the very end against a spirited Deise side. Nonetheless, Kiely’s side got the job done…

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WATCH: Kiely ‘absolutely delighted’ after reclaiming Munster honours

By Jack Neville / November 16, 2020 /

Limerick made it back-to-back Munster Hurling titles in Thurles yesterday as they overcame a stubborn Waterford side 0-25 to 0-21. Although Limerick held the lead for the majority of the match, they only pulled away from the Deise down the home strectch. This was in part due to the impact of Limerick’s subs with Seamuc…

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