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Limerick FC have 4th highest Premier Division attendance

By Jack Neville / May 6, 2017 /

Limerick FC have 4th highest average attendance in Premier Division. In the past few weeks, Limerick FC have seemed to settle well into their life back in the Premier Division, lying in a very respectful 4th place, just one spot outside the European places. Since being appointed interim manager, Willie Boland is yet to taste…

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Injury concerns for Limerick ahead of club championship kick off

By Jack Neville / May 6, 2017 /

Limerick have some injury concerns ahead of club championship kick off. With the Limerick hurling club Championships kicking off this weekend, John Kiely has a few injury worries ahead of the Munster Championship clash a month from today. Kiely will hope that injury doubts will be able to get some game-time for their clubs over…

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LISTEN: Limerick SFC Wrap Up with Matt O’Callaghan

By Jack Neville / May 5, 2017 /

With two rounds of the Limerick Senior Football Championship played, The Weekly Observer’s Matt O’Callaghan, spoke with Sporting Limerick to give his thoughts on the first two rounds of action. In group 1, Monaleen have made a highly impressive start to the defence of their title. With two wins from two they are looking like…

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WATCH: Ian Keatley looks forward to Connacht clash

By Jack Neville / May 5, 2017 /

Munster face Connacht this weekend in the final round of the Pro 12 before the play-offs begin. Munster guaranteed themselves a home semi-final with their win over Benetton Treviso last weekend. Should Leinster fail to win, Munster could finish the season on top of the table as they lie 3 points behind Leinster. Connacht lie…

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Listen: Limerick SHC: Group 2 Preview

By Jack Neville / May 5, 2017 /

Limerick SHC Preview: Group 2 The cut and thrust of Limerick Senior Hurling Championship is back. Local rivalries renewed, the clash of county team mates and the struggle to make it to the knock out stages in the Autumn will commence this weekend. And as the 2017 Championship gets into full swing, there are some…

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Listen: Limerick SHC: Group 1 Preview

By Jack Neville / May 5, 2017 /

Limerick SHC Preview: Group 1 The cut and thrust of Limerick Senior Hurling Championship is back. Local rivalries renewed, the clash of county team mates and the struggle to make it to the knock out stages in the Autumn will commence this weekend. And as the 2017 Championship gets into full swing, there are some…

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Limerick GAA Fixtures: May 4-10

By Jack Neville / May 4, 2017 /

A Comprehensive list of Limerick GAA Fixtures from today May 4 until Wednesday 10 Thursday May 4 City Junior A Football League Monaleen v Na Piarsaigh in Monaleen at 7pm East Junior B Hurling League Ballybricken-Bohermore v Cappamore in Caherelly at 7pm; South Liberties v Fedamore in Dooley Park at 7pm South Junior B Football…

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Finally! A positive update on Conor Murray

By Jack Neville / May 4, 2017 /

Conor Murray was in the form of his life. He was key to Ireland’s historic victory over the All-Blacks in November. Was highly impressive in the victories over South Africa and Australia in 2016. He was one of Munster’s stars as they ploughed through the group stages of the Champions Cup and opening rounds of…

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Limerick’s Joy Neville makes history yet again

By Jack Neville / May 4, 2017 /

Limerick woman Joy Neville is no stranger to making history. She was part of the Irish Women’s team that famously won a Grand Slam in the 2013 Six Nations. Neville retired shortly after, having played for her country for 11 years, making 70 appearances in the process. Not content with that, Neville moved into refereeing…

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Big Munster numbers in Women’s RWC 2017 Training Squad

By Jack Neville / May 3, 2017 /

Strong Munster representation in Irish Womens RWC 2017 Training Squad. A total of 13 Munster women have been included in Tom Tierney’s Irish Womens Rugby World Cup squad that takes place in Ireland in August this year. A total of 48 women have been called up to the squad. For 35, it will be a first…

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