Jack Neville

Limerick Ladies travel to Sligo in must-win clash after Down loss

By Jack Neville / July 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Limerick ladies footballers were defeated 2-9 to 0-8 by Down in Sean Treacey Park in their second game of the Intermediate Football championship yesterday. The defeat means Limerick now face Sligo in the final group game knowing a loss will put them in relegation danger. Limerick started brightly in Down on Sunday and trailed…

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Trip up north for footballers after opening round defeat

By Jack Neville / July 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

Last Saturday Limerick got their return to the intermediate ranks of the All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship off to a poor start when they were beaten 3-15 to 3-5 by Kildare at the LIT Gaelic Grounds. John Ryan’s side got off to the perfect start with two goals inside the opening five minutes from Iris Kenneally…

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Nash happy with camogie progress despite Galway loss

By Jack Neville / July 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

Limerick fell to their first defeat of the 2019 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championship last Sunday when they were defeated 2-12 to 1-10 by Galway in Athenry. After losing heavily in their league semi final meeting earlier this year, there may have been cause for concern for Limerick heading into the game in Galway. However,…

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Cody insists that Kilkenny are up for Limerick challenge

By Jack Neville / July 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

Kilkenny ripped up the form guide to book their place in the All-Ireland semi final with a 2-27 to 3-18 win over Cork in Croke Park last Sunday. Despite Pat Horgan’s incredible display in which he notched 3-10 for the Rebels, the Cats eventually cruised to victory to secure a spot in the last four…

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Analysing Limerick’s potential semi final opponents

By Jack Neville / July 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

After coming through the back door last year en-route to winning the All-Ireland Championship, Limerick will this year have to wait to find out their opponents in the last four of the 2019 version of the competition. Their potential opponents meet next weekend in Croke Park as part of a double header with Laois facing…

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Limerick face Kerry in Tralee after Tipperary thriller

By Jack Neville / July 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

Limerick’s U-20 footballers travel to Austin Stack Park Tralee this Thursday evening to face Kerry in the Munster Championship following a stunning win over Tipperary in Semple Stadium last week. While Limerick were victorious over Tipperary last week in Thurles, they will no doubt be huge underdogs for the game who had 28 points to…

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Kyle Hayes: A man for the big occasion

By Jack Neville / July 7, 2019 / 0 Comments

On my commute home from UL each day, about half-way home I pass a rural village in West Limerick that recently undertook a name change. In the wake of the success of its most famous sporting son, the welcoming signs in Kildimo were aptly changed to read ‘Kyledimo’ in a salute to Kyle Hayes who…

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Casey’s coming of age & Powerplays: Talking Points from Munster Final Victory

By Jack Neville / July 6, 2019 / 0 Comments

It’s almost been a week since Limerick added the Munster Championship to the list of current titles they hold. The 2-26 to 2-13 victory over Tipperary in the Gaelic Grounds was as clear a statement from defending All-Ireland champions as you are likely to see. The manner of the victory has seen Limerick reinstalled as…

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LISTEN: Treaty Talk EP71: Limerick secure Senior and Munor Munster Honours

By Jack Neville / July 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

Last weekend was a joyous one in the Gaelic Grounds as for the first time since 1940, Limerick were crowned Munster minor and senior champions on the same day. In the wake of the game where the minors overcame Clare before the Seniors overwhelmed Tipperary, we analyse both games with Matt O’Callaghan. We also look…

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WATCH: Tribute video in honour of the late Kevin Sheehy

By Jack Neville / July 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

On what is an incredibly sad day, we take time to remember Kevin Sheehy, who was a credit to his family, his community and to St Francis Boxing Club. Our last intervew with Kevin epitomised the person he was, dedicated, driven and above all else a gentleman. RIP Kevin. His funeral arrangements are as follows, Reposing at…

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