Jack Neville

John the Baptist draw Thurles CBS in Harty 1/4 Final

By Jack Neville / December 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

John the Baptist will face Thurles C.B.S in the quarter finals of the 2019 Munster Post Primary Harty Cup. In only their second season at this grade, John the Baptist will look to go further than last season when they were narrowly beaten by the defending champions Our Lady’s Templemore in the last eight. They…

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WATCH: Murray “Expecting a backlash” against Castres

By Jack Neville / December 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

Last Sunday saw Conor Murray finally return to European action for Munster in a season that has been heavily interrupted with a neck injury. Much of the pre-match focus surrounded the partnership of Murray and Joey Carbery who were destined to get their first Munster start together. However, the former Leinster man pulled up prior…

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Plenty of Limerick Representation at RTE Sports Awards

By Jack Neville / December 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

There is plenty of Limerick representation in the nominees for the RTE Sports Awards 2018 that take place this Saturday December 15 which will be broadcast live on RTE One from 9.20pm. For Limerick Cian Lynch is nominated for Sportsperson of the Year while teammate Kyle Hayes is nominated for Young Sportsman of the year…

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Sporting Limerick Charity Final pits Young Munster against Garryowen

By Jack Neville / December 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

One of the most anticipated matches of the season takes place at Markets Field when Young Munster play Garryowen in the Sporting Limerick Charity Cup Final on Friday, December 28, at 6.00pm. The two clubs are in the top Division of Irish rugby. Both clubs have distinguished records having won many Munster Senior Cups and…

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WATCH: van Graan expecting a “battle” in Castres this Saturday

By Jack Neville / December 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

For Johann van Graan, Munster’s 30-5 defeat of Castres in Thomond Park may have come at an expense with Joey Carbery and Chris Farrell both withdrawing from the game on the day due to injury. Despite this, van Graan is optimistic ahead of the return fixture highlighting how well the replacements, JJ Hanrahan, who was…

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Weekly Horse Racing News as Nina Carbery and Katie Walsh honoured

By Jack Neville / December 10, 2018 / 0 Comments

Katie Walsh and Nina Carberry, who brought the curtain down on outstanding careers with winners at the Punchestown Festival in April, were honoured with the inaugural Irish Racing Hero Award at the annual Horse Racing Ireland Awards in Dublin this evening. It was a fairytale night for women jockeys with one of the stars of…

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Weekly Golf Notes

By Jack Neville / December 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

Castletroy Golf Club Ladies 14 Hole Singles Stableford 27 November 1st Margaret Ryan (35) 29 points 2nd Clíona Mulcahy (23) 26 points (B3) Ladies Christmas Party 2 December Sponsored by: Sullivan Insurances 1st Ena Fitzgibbon (24) 21 points 2nd Marie Maher (23) 18 points (B6) Best Gross Shirley Real (5) 13 gross points 3rd Angela…

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Time to rejoice as Murray-Carbery axis gets Munster debut

By Jack Neville / December 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

For Munster fans, a long wait will finally come to an end on Sunday as Joey Carbery and Conor Murray are set to start their first game together for the Province in the Champions Cup tie with Castres. When Munster announced the arrival of Carbery from Leinster in the Summer, the Province began to hope…

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Ireland’s Fittest Family contestants taste victory at Limerick Greyhound Stadium

By Jack Neville / December 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

They will be looking for victory in the final of Ireland’s Fittest Family on RTE this weekend – but the Lawlors have already tasted success in Limerick Greyhound Stadium.  Chris Peanuts, owned by the High Rollers Syndicate headed by Jonah Lawlor, from Shanagolden in Co. Limerick, won on her first outing last Saturday. The five-person syndicate…

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Johann van Graan makes two changes to Munster Squad for Castres clash

By Jack Neville / December 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

The Munster team to face Castres Olympique in the Champions Cup at Thomond Park on Sunday has been named by Head Coach Johann van Graan (KO 1pm). There are two changes to the side that defeated Edinburgh in the Guinness PRO14 last time out as Joey Carbery and CJ Stander are both included. Mike Haley…

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