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WATCH: Stander praises Munster’s evolving style of play

By Jack Neville / December 4, 2019 /

Munster take on Saracens this Saturday in the Champions CUp in Thomond Park. Munster currently lead Saracens in the table and will be keen to further the gap ahead of the return clash in Allianz Park next weekend. Ahead of the match, Munster’s CJ Stander spoke about his sides newfound style of attacking play and…

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Schedule for Lions 2021 Tour to South Africa announced

By Jack Neville / December 4, 2019 /

In less than two years time, the British and Irish Lions will head to South Africa to take on the reigning World Cup Champions in a three-test tour. In 2017, they faced the then World Champions New Zealand where they played out a thrilling series which ended 1-1, with the third test finishing in a…

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WATCH: “It doesn’t get much bigger than this”-O’Mahony relishing Saracens tie

By Jack Neville / December 4, 2019 /

This Saturday Munster welcome Saracens to Thomond Park for their Round 3 Champions Cup clash. Saracens, despite their recent financial issues, are still the defending champions of the competition and will provide Munster with another stern test. Munster are two points ahead of the English giants in the table and will look to increase this…

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UL Ladies claim Division 1 League honours

By Jack Neville / December 4, 2019 /

Last night the UL Ladies Football team won the Division 1 League title after a 3-10 to 1-7 win over DCU in the University of Limerick. Cork’s Eimear Scally was awarded Player of the Match as UL head into the new year hoping to retain their O’Connor Cup crown. UL’s Hannah O’Donoghue opened the scoring…

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Joey Carbery poised to return for Munster before the New Year

By Jack Neville / December 2, 2019 /

Ahead of their Champions Cup clash with Saracens this Saturday in Thomond Park, Munster Rugby have issued a squad update. Joey Carbery is progressing well with his rehabilitation from an ankle injury and is in line to make a return towards the end of the month. Carbery hasn’t featured since the Rugby World Cup in…

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First career double for Áine O’Connor in Weekly Racing Round-Up

By Jack Neville / December 2, 2019 /

Limerick Racing News Amateur rider Aine O’Connor notched up the first double of her career at Fairyhouse on Saturday. She was again seen to great effect when partnering Demi Plie to success in the mares’ handicap chase for trainer Padraig Roche. Sent off a 10/1 chance, she was well on top when left clear two…

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The Breakdown EP121: Edinburgh beckon for Munster as Pro 14 returns

By Jack Neville / November 29, 2019 /

Munster welcome Edinburgh to Irish Independent Park tonight in the Pro 14 after back to back Champions Cup games. Johann van Graan has named a much-changed side for the game with Ben Healy set to make his debut for the Province. Ahead of the clash, Tom Savage of Three Red Kings and Raffaele Rocca discuss…

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Treaty Talk EP91: Double Retirement, Club Action & Championship restructure

By Jack Neville / November 29, 2019 /

Once again we have a packed podcast with Matt O’Callaghan and Raffaele Rocca. They discuss the retirements of All-Ireland winners Richie McCarthy and Paul Browne with the pair giving 20 years of service to Limerick between them. We analyse Croom’s last-minute loss to Mullinahone in the Munster Club semi-final and Pallasgreen’s county league win over…

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Limerick Management Team issue statement praising retiring duo

By Jack Neville / November 29, 2019 /

In the past week, the Limerick Senior Hurling team lost two of its best servants as both Richie McCarthy and Paul Browne announced their retirements from the inter-county game. Today the Limerick management issued a statement, thanking the men for their ‘outstanding careers’. The Limerick Senior Hurling Management and Backroom Team would like to pay…

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OPINION: Limerick’s poor record in Munster Club this decade makes for grim viewing

By Jack Neville / November 27, 2019 /

In the last month, Limerick have had six representatives enter the Munster Club Championship. Those representatives were; Patrickswell -Senior Hurling Championship Newcastle West – Senior Football Championship Blackrock – Intermediate Hurling Championship Galtee Gaels – Intermediate Football Championship Croom– Junior Football Championship Castletown/Ballyagran- Junior Hurling Championship Six teams and just the one win makes for…

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