Jack Neville

WATCH: Jamie Wall and Ciarán Carey give their All-Ireland predictions

By Jack Neville / August 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

Last night Jamie Wall and Ciarán Carey were very much in opposing camps as Kilmallock and Patrickswell faced each other in the Limerick SHC. That game would ultimately end in a stalemate with both managers pleased to have come away with a point. Attention now turns to this Sunday’s All-Ireland senior hurling final between Kilkenny…

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Limerick SHC Round 4 Preview

By Jack Neville / August 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Limerick SHC returned last weekend with a full round of fixtures in both Group 1 and 2. In Group 1 Patrickswell cemented their place on the top of the table with their third consecutive win with a 3-17 to 0-12 victory over South Liberties. Kevin O’Brien got a brace of goals with John Flynn…

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Pairc Ui Chaoimh touted as potential host of Munster v Leinster Pro14 Clash

By Jack Neville / August 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

It has been reported by Michael Moynihan of the Irish Examiner this morning that advanced talks are underway that will see the December 28 Pro 14 clash between Munster and Leinster will take place in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. According to Moynihan, Munster Rugby and the Commercial Board of Pairc Ui Chaoimh are in talks about…

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Limerick to participate in 2019 New York Hurling Classic

By Jack Neville / August 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

After three successful years, the Fenway Hurling Classic will be moved to New York for this year. Defending champions Limerick are one of four teams that will compete in the one day, three-game tournament on Saturday, November 16. Last year Limerick defeated Wexford in the semi-finals before beating Cork in the decider. Limerick will be…

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Opinion: Criticism of Gough’s appointment unwarranted & unjust

By Jack Neville / August 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

In just over a fortnight’s time, Dublin will take on Kerry in the All-Ireland Football final looking to become the first Senior male team to complete a five-in-a-row. Fittingly, their opponents, almost became the first team to do so until Seamus Darby’s last hour goal secured the All-Ireland in 1982 for Offaly at the expense…

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LISTEN: Jamie Wall ‘relishing’ the chance for Kilmallock to put things right

By Jack Neville / August 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

After a 15-week lay-off from the Limerick SHC, Kilmallock were quickly reminded of the difficulty of the competition as they succumbed to a 6-15 to 2-11 defeat at the hands of Na Piarsaigh last Thursday night. After running the champions so close in the semi-final twelve months previously, the Balbec were no match for an…

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LISTEN: Carey says that there is more to come from his Patrickswell side

By Jack Neville / August 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

For Ciarán Carey, this Friday will provide his Patrickswell side with the chance to further cement themselves as the team to beat in the Limerick SHC. The only team with a 100% record intact, Patrickswell have accounted for Doon, Na Piarsaigh and South Liberties in Carey’s first year back as manager of his club. There…

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Joey Carbery to miss 4-6 weeks as Haley cut from Irish Squad

By Jack Neville / August 14, 2019 / 0 Comments

After suffering an injury against Italy at the weekend, Joey Carbery will rehab his ankle injury with the national squad and is expected to be available for selection in 4-6 weeks. In other injury news to emerge from the Irish Squad, Devin Toner’s ankle knock has not presented any further issues while Rob Herring who retired from the…

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Plenty of local success in this weeks Racing News

By Jack Neville / August 14, 2019 / 0 Comments

Limerick Racing News  A big step back up in class is on the card to the Ken Condon-trained Celtic Beauty which landed the 5f maiden under high-flying Billy Lee at Naas on Bank Holiday Monday. Owned by David Kelly, she will head for the Group 2 Lowther Stakes at York later this month after scoring…

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UL Bohs duo named co-captains of Munster Women’s squad for Interpros

By Jack Neville / August 14, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Munster Women’s management team have confirmed Chloe Pearse and Eimear Considine as co-captains of the Munster Women’s squad for the 2019 Interprovincial Series. Back rower Pearse and winger Considine will lead out the side at Irish Independent Park on Saturday, 17 August, when Munster open their Interpro campaign at home to Ulster (kick-off 3pm).…

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