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Aaron Gillane shoots 0-13 as Limerick cruise into Munster U21 Hurling Final

By Jack Neville / July 12, 2017 / 0 Comments

Limerick centre forward Aaron Gillane toyed with the Clare defence as Limerick booked their place in the Munster U21 Hurling Final following a comprehensive 1-28 to 1-13 point win over the Banner county. A first half 8-point haul from Gillane coupled with five second half points helped Pat Donnelly’s men set up a crack at…

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Rampant Limerick book Munster U21 final spot

By Jack Neville / July 12, 2017 / 0 Comments

The Limerick U21 hurlers made little work of Clare in the Gaelic Grounds this evening winning comprehensively on a scoreline of 1-28 to 1-15. In truth the game was never in doubt as Limerick got off to the dream start holding a commanding 1-10 to 0-2 lead within 10 minutes. Colin Ryan and Kyle Hayes…

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Players to watch in U21 Munster Semi Final

By Jack Neville / July 12, 2017 / 0 Comments

Limerick are favourites to reach a second U21 Munster Hurling final in three years this evening as they host Clare in the semi final. In the 2015 decider Limerick overcame Clare by 0-22 to 0-19 to secure a first Munster Championship since 2011, ending Clare’s dominance at the level. From that game, Limerick have a…

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Limerick FC’s weekend fixture postponed due to Rovers Europa League involvement

By Jack Neville / July 10, 2017 / 0 Comments

Limerick FC’s SSE Airtricity Premier League clash this weekend has been postponed until a future date due to Shamrock Rovers progression in the Europa League qualifying stages. Originally fixed for this Saturday in the Markets Field at 7.45, Limericks next league game will be against lowly Sligo Rovers at home on July 22nd. Limerick’s disappointing…

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Matt O’Callaghan – “An awful lot of very good material there”

By Jack Neville / July 10, 2017 / 0 Comments

Are the current crop of Limerick hurlers good enough to challenge in the near future? Last Saturday a young Limerick side pushed Kilkenny to the brink in the first round of the All Ireland Hurling qualifiers but were eventually overturned by Brian Cody’s charges. While it should be noted that this Kilkenny is not the…

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Limerick side narrowly miss out on Neymar Jr Fives last 32

By Jack Neville / July 10, 2017 / 0 Comments

by Tom Clancy Ireland’s representatives at the Neymar Jr Fives in Brazil “WhoYaPlayin’?” missed out on a place in the knockout phase of the competition on goal difference. The team was mainly comprised of Limerick men, with Galway (2) and Sligo also represented WhoYaPlayin’? won a regional event held at the University of Limerick in…

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Watch: Limerick prepare for Drogheda clash in UL

By Jack Neville / June 30, 2017 / 0 Comments

Limerick travel to United Park tomorrow to face Drogheda looking to push themselves further up the table. Limerick are seven points ahead of Drogheda who are in the relegation places. A win could see Limerick move into sixth should Bohs fail to win. Former Limerick FC U19 goalkeeper Tadgh Ryan joined up with the squad…

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Minor Manager John Mulqueen full of praise for his team’s efforts

By Jack Neville / June 29, 2017 / 0 Comments

“There’s no reason why a lot of these guys wouldn’t have a big future in a Limerick Jersey”- Mulqueen. For the first time since 2012, Limerick wont be contesting the Munster Minor Hurling Championship decider. In dreadful conditions in Cusack Park last night Clare beat Limerick 0-19 to 0-17 after extra time to secure their place…

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Jason Holland keen on Munster reunion in the future but not right now

By Jack Neville / June 29, 2017 / Comments Off on Jason Holland keen on Munster reunion in the future but not right now

Current Hurricanes assistant coach Jason Holland keen on Munster reunion in the future. Jason Holland retired from professional rugby with Munster in 2005 and while not achieving the hold grail as a player, he was part of the coaching set up with Munster in 2008 as they won a second Heineken Cup in three years.…

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Jerome Kaino responds to claims he intentionally hurt Conor Murray

By Jack Neville / June 29, 2017 / 0 Comments

The New Zealand man has been accused of trying to intentionally hurt Conor Murray whilst the Munster man was taking a box kick in the 10th minute of the first Test. When attempting to block the kick, Kaino landed on Murray’s standing leg and has been singled out by many as deliberately trying to hurt…

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