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Watch: Munster name side for Treviso trip

By Jack Neville / April 28, 2017 / 0 Comments

Rassie Erasmus has named his side for this weekends trip to Benetton Treviso. A win against the Italian club would secure Munster a home semi final in the Pro 12. Benetton lie second from bottom in the table so Munster will be confident of picking up the win. After Munster A’s heroics in the British…

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Limerick GAA fixtures for April 27 to May 3

By Jack Neville / April 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

A comprehensive list of Limerick GAA fixtures from today Thursday April 27 to Wednesday May 3. Thursday April 27 City Junior A Football League Kildimo-Pallaskenry v Crecora-Manister in Kildimo at 7pm City Junior B Football League Claughaun v St Patricks in Claughaun at 7.30pm East Junior A Hurling League Caherline v Ahane in Caherconlish at 7pm…

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Audio: Limerick FC U15s win LDSL with dramatic win

By Jack Neville / April 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

The Limerick U15s squad, managed by Shane and Ger Costelloe clinched the LDSL U15 Premier Division last night after beating Fairview Rangers 2-0 in a league decider at Fairgreen last night. Limerick looked set to enter into a three way play off as the game seemed destined for a 0-0 finish. However, two late Brian…

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WATCH: The man the Lions need to fear

By Jack Neville / April 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

The 2017 British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand begins in 37 days. A week removed from the squad announcement, debates are still raging as to who should have been picked and who was fortunate to earn the call up. With the Lions squad announcement taking the headlines, many of the performances of potential…

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AUDIO: Willie Boland discusses Limerick’s draw away to Derry City

By Jack Neville / April 26, 2017 / 0 Comments

Limerick were unlucky not to come away with more after their 1-1 draw away to Derry on Tuesday evening in Buncrana. Limerick took the lead in the 12th minute through skipper Shane Duggan, but were undone by a fine Barry McNamee free kick. With Limerick travelling to Tallaght on Friday to face 6th place Shamrock…

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AUDIO: Paul O’Connor reflects on Limerick FC’s season thus far

By Jack Neville / April 26, 2017 / 0 Comments

Last night Limerick picked up a valuable point away to Derry City in their re fixtured clash. Shane Duggan put the visitors ahead with a classy finish within the opening 12 minutes. The Limerick defence stood resolute but could do nothing to stop a beautiful Barry McNamee from levelling the game in the 60th minute.…

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WATCH: New Lions series promo released

By Jack Neville / April 25, 2017 / 0 Comments

When Warren Gatland announced his 41-man Lions squad less than a week ago, it sparked the usual huge debate about who should have been chosen and who could still get a call up. Ahead of the series, another exciting promo has been released to get Rugby fans in the mood for what promises to be…

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Limerick v Cork hurling

Limerick Hurlers continue Championship prep with Cork test

By Jack Neville / April 25, 2017 / 0 Comments

Limerick will face Cork this Sunday in a challenge game as the Munster Championship draws closer. The game will take place Sunday evening at 7pm in Rathbane at the Old Christians GAA Ground. This will be the first time Rathbane hosts an inter-county game and it will be played in memory of former club president Mary…

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Munster V Saracens

Saracens the benchmark Munster seek to be

By Jack Neville / April 25, 2017 / 0 Comments

Saracens are the benchmark Munster seek to be. Last Saturday, despite their greatest efforts, Munster were unable to stall the Saracens juggernaut that just keeps rolling on. The English outfit displayed an immersive defensive effort coupled with an ability to bludgeon scores when needed. Munster simply had no answer. The statistic of having almost 65%…

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Galway’s League win puts things into perspective

By Jack Neville / April 24, 2017 / 0 Comments

In the Gaelic Grounds yesterday afternoon, the Galway hurlers put the reigning All-Ireland Champions Tipperary to the sword comfortably winning 3-21 to 0-14. The tribesmen showed a physical dominance that many had become accustomed to seeing from the Premier county. Tipperary were beaten in every line while Galway who scored a whopping 3-21 also had the luxury…

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