Jack Neville

Irish U20s to play home games at Irish Independent Park

By Jack Neville / September 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

The 2020 fixtures for the Under-20s Six Nations have been announced with Grand Slam Champions Ireland returning to Irish Independent Park for their three home games. The hugely successful Friday Night Lights in Cork will continue with Scotland, Italy and Wales all making their way to the province. Last season saw record crowds support the…

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WATCH: “The first day is always the hardest”- teenage Learning Hub kickboxers on the impact of the club in the city

By Jack Neville / September 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

In an evergrowing sport, the Learning Hub Kickboxing Club in Limerick is fast earning a reputation as one of the best. We went out to the club recently where we caught up with Hayleigh Kiely and Tyrone Cronin to get an insight into the success of the club. With six national titles draped behind them,…

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Treaty Talk EP81: SFC, SHC, Returning Footballers and All-Ireland heartbreak

By Jack Neville / September 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

In a jam-packed episode, we look back on what was a very week for Limerick GAA. Last weekend Newcastle West and St Kierans booked their places in the semi-finals of the Limerick SFC. We also kook back on Limerick’s disappointing loss in the Premier Junior All-Ireland Camogie final in Croke Park. Also up for discussion…

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Munster Women’s Squad Named For Interpro Semi-Final

By Jack Neville / September 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

Head Coach Laura Guest has named the Munster Women’s team, sponsored by Keane’s jewellers, to take on Connacht in the semi-final of the Women’s Interprovincial Championship at St. Mary’s College RFC, kick-off 1.30pm. Co-captain Eimear Considine starts at full-back with Stephanie Carroll and Laura O’Mahony on the wings. Ciara Scanlan is named at inside centre…

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Hurling semi final spots up for grabs with Gaelic Grounds double header

By Jack Neville / September 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Limerick Senior Hurling Championship quarter finals take place this weekend with Kilmallock taking on Ahane and Ballybrown meeting Doon. Both games take place in the Gaelic Grounds this coming Sunday. Ahane take on Kilmallock at 2pm in the first game on Sunday, with the winners advancing to face Na Piarsaigh in the last four.…

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Junior Cup Final Agony For Limerick In Narrow Loss To Midleton

By Jack Neville / September 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

Limerick came up second best in their Junior Cup final bout with Midleton on Saturday in Adare after what was a tough couple of weeks for the club after the passing of former player Mustafa Sidiqi. Mustafa put in an exhilarating Man of the Match performance in the 2016 final for LCC and would have…

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LISTEN: Billy Lee announces huge returns to Football panel

By Jack Neville / September 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

Less than 24 hours after it was announced that Billy Lee would continue in his post as Limerick manager, the Newcastle West man has confirmed the return of two players to the panel. After a year long absence for different reasons, Danny Neville and Josh Ryan will be back with the county team in 2020.…

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WATCH: Munster’s Craig Casey on his ‘dream come true’

By Jack Neville / September 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

With the Irish squad stealing much of the headlines with the World Cup fast approaching, the Munster team has quietly gone about their business as they prepare for the upcoming domestic season. One man looking to make an impression in his first year with the Senior squad is scrum-half Craig Casey who has praised the…

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Billy Lee to remain as Limerick Senior Football manager for two more years

By Jack Neville / September 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

Billy Lee is set to extend his tenure as Limerick football manager to five years after he was ratified to continue his post until 2021 last night. Lee has held the position for the last three years with at least two more to come. Under the Newcastle West man Limerick made great strides last year…

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John Ryan steps down as Ladies Football manger

By Jack Neville / September 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

John Ryan has today stepped down from his role as manager of the Limerick Ladies Footballers. In his two years in charge, Ryan oversaw Limerick’s successful All Ireland Junior campaign in 2018. 2019 saw Limerick relegated back to the Junior ranks after one year at Intermediate. Ryan wrote a letter of resignation today saying, To…

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