Jack Neville

WATCH: van Graan discusses the departures of Flannery and Jones

By Jack Neville / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

In the wake of Munster’s victory over Benetton in the Guinness Pro 14 quarter-final, it was announced that Jerry Flannery and Felix Jones would be leaving their respective positions at the club at the season’s end. It is disappointing for Munster to lose such quality local men from the set up and Head Coach Johann…

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Weekly Limerick Racing News

By Jack Neville / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

Limerick Racing News Billy Lee took the new-look Curragh by storm on Monday when riding three winners for three different trainers. He took the opening two-year-old maiden on the Paddy Twomey-trained Sunday Sovereign which raced to a three-length success in the colours of the Sunday Racing Club. He followed up straight away when partnering the…

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Talking points after an eventful opening round of the Munster Hurling championship

By Jack Neville / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

The 2019 Munster Championship kicked off on Sunday with a brace of games. In the early game, Waterford couldn’t make use of home advatage as they fell to Clare 1-20 to 0-22. In Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Tipperary secured a first Munster championship victory since 2016 when they overcame Cork 2-28 to 1-24. Here we look…

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South Limerick win Eithne Neville Cup

By Jack Neville / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

South Limerick won the Eithne Neville Cup last Wednesday when they produced two fine displays of camogie to capture the coveted trophy which is contested by the best camogie players drawn from primary schools all over Limerick city and county. South Limerick were runners-up in this competition in 2018 and winners in 2017. The South…

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Weekly All-Ireland Football championship Round-Up

By Jack Neville / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

The 2019 All-Ireland Football championship roared back into life this weekend with games in each of the provinces. There major shock to occur happened in Munster on Saturday evening as Limerick defeated Tipperary in the Munster championship for the first time in a decade at Semple Stadium. Below we give a comprehensive round up of…

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Limerick GAA unveils Ripplecom as Official Telecommunications Partner

By Jack Neville / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

Limerick GAA has named Ripplecom as their official telecommunications partner, 2019-2021. The new three-year partnership valued at over €60,000 is part of a long-standing association with the Limerick-based telecoms operator. LIT Gaelic Grounds leaps light years ahead in connectivity Delivery of a solution that will make the LIT Gaelic Grounds one of Ireland’s most connected…

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LISTEN: Nash prepared for “tough task” against Cork

By Jack Neville / May 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Limerick Camogie team take on Cork this Sunday in the Munster Camogie league semi-final. There has been much controversy ahead of the fixture as it directly clashes with the club league finals across the county and also the Munster Ladies Football clash with Tipperary on Saturday evening. However, the fixture stands and ahead of…

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Weekly Golf News

By Jack Neville / May 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

Check out this week’s golfing notes! Shannon Golf Club Mens Singles: Andrew McRedmond(13) 42, Brian Quane(18) 41, Edward Hickey(2) 41. 9H Andrew Carew(18) 21 Ballyneety Golf Club Men  Open Singles May 2 1st   Graeme Loughman   41 points 2nd  Frank Lee                     37 points B/9 3  T’s charity…

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Corbett accentuating the positives ahead of Tipperary

By Jack Neville / May 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

MAY 20, 2012. This was the last time Limerick won a Munster Senior Football Championship game with Cork overcoming the Treaty men in 2013, Tipperary in 2014 and Clare victorious in each year since. However, under Billy Lee, the Limerick team has made some strides over the past 18 months and come into the Munster…

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Munster Hurling Championship Round One Talking Points

By Jack Neville / May 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

The 2019 Munster Hurling championship roars back into life this Sunday with a double bill of games. At 2pm Cork welcome Tipperary to Pairc Ui Chaoimh while at 4pm Walsh Park gets its first taste of Munster Championship this century for the clash between Waterford and Clare. Limerick are on a bye week as they…

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