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Something for the Weekend

By Jack Neville / September 19, 2019 / 0 Comments

SOCCER Thu-Sep-19 – EL – E F’furt – Arsenal – 5:55pm – BT2 Thu-Sep-19 – EL – Rennes v Celtic – 5:55pm – BT3 Thu-Sep-19 – EL – Man Utd v Astana – 8pm – BT2 Thu-Sep-19 – EL – Rangers v Feyenoord – 8pm – BT3 Fri-Sep-20 – PL – S’hampton v B’mouth –…

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Calvin Nash to return to training as Munster give injury update

By Jack Neville / September 18, 2019 / 0 Comments

Munster take on Connacht at the Sportsground on Saturday at 3pm in the province’s final pre-season clash before kicking off the Guinness PRO14 campaign at home against Dragons at Thomond Park on Saturday week (3pm). The squad returned to training on Monday after Friday night’s 45-5 win over London Irish at Irish Independent Park. Munster…

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Proposal for Tier 2 Football Championship confirmed

By Jack Neville / September 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

A meeting of the GAA’s Ard Chomhairle last weekend agreed the agenda for next month’s Special Congress in Cork. The meeting will debate the addition of a proposed new Tier 2 Football Championship, as well as deliberate over the introduction of three new playing rules for the game. Two proposed formats for a possible new…

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OPINION: Football management stability can reap rewards for Limerick

By Jack Neville / September 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

Earlier this week it was announced that Billy Lee’s stint as Limerick manager would be extended for a further two years to 2021. Lee has already had three years in charge and thus he will have served as manager for five years by the time his current contract runs out. While there have been some…

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Listowel Recap with winners for Duggan, Hayes, Neville and Byrnes

By Jack Neville / September 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

Limerick Racing News  Kilfinane trainer Donncha Duggan was among the winners on the third day of the Listowel festival on Tuesday. He struck in the opportunity handicap hurdle with Antimatter which was ridden by Daniel Holden who wore the colours of Edward McHugh. The 16/1 chance was left in the lead over the final flight…

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WATCH: Highlights as Munster trounce London Irish in Cork

By Jack Neville / September 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

Munster secured a seven-try 45-5 victory over London Irish in the season opener at Irish Independent Park on Friday night to retain the Jack Wakefield Memorial Trophy. Eight Greencore Munster Rugby Academy players featured with debuts for new signing Nick McCarthy and Academy players Thomas Ahern, Jack O’Sullivan, John Hodnett, Ben Healy and Keynan Knox.…

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Three wins a must for Limerick to avoid bottom table finishes in final weekend

By Jack Neville / September 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

Limerick found themselves in a precarious position going into the last weekend of the season after results went the other way for them in the penultimate round of games for the year. Although relegation is not in play, Limerick will be looking to avoid losses to stay off the bottom of at least two divisions…

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WATCH: Jamie Wall on beating Ahane and advancing to SHC semi-finals

By Jack Neville / September 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

Jamie Wall’s Kilmallock made it into a third consecutive Limerick SHC semi-final on Sunday when they defeated Ahane 0-22 to 1-14. The win for Ahane was an important one for Wall’s team as they look to get momentum going ahead of the semi-final. “A win is a win, a result is a result. That’s what…

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WATCH: Doon’s Tom Murphy reflects on quarter-final victory

By Jack Neville / September 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

Yesterday Doon booked their place in the semi-finals of the Limerick SHC with a 1-23 to 2-15 win over Ballybrown in the Gaelic Grounds. Although they found themselves in Group 2 for 2019, Ballybrown looked every bit the top tier side as they lead for large spells of the game. Cormac Ryan’s goal would prove…

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Drom Broadford survive as St Senans relegated to Intermediate

By Jack Neville / September 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

Two years after earning promotion to the Senior Ranks, St Senans have once again been relegated to the Intermediate Football Championship. Drom Broadford’s experience paid dividends as they won the relegation play off 2-10 to 1-9 in Newcastle West on Saturday afternoon. Neither side picked up a point in the group stages this summer. St…

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