John Keogh

Henn fires Na Piarsaigh into third county final on the trot

By John Keogh / September 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

Na Piarsaigh’s hopes of earning a third county SHC in a row remain on course after a 0-23 to 0-18 victory over Kilmallock at the LIT Gaelic Grounds. Full forward Will Henn was the star performer for the Caherdavin side with a superb tally of 13 points. In the early stages of the game it…

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Patrickwell beat Doon to reach SHC Final

By John Keogh / September 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

Patrickswell are back in the Limerick SHC Final after a two year absence following a 2-14 to 0-15 win over Doon at the LIT Gaelic Grounds. Goals in either half by Kevin O’Brien and Jason Gillane helped Ciarán Carey’s men to a well deserved victory. The sides were level four times in the opening 13…

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St Ailbe’s and Fr Caseys land county Ladies Football titles

By John Keogh / September 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

St Ailbe’s ladies football team are senior county champions following a dramatic victory over Monagea in Bruff. The Paul Butler managed side came out on top against the holders on a 3-8 to 3-7 scoreline thanks to Eimear Ryan’s late free. Monagea had the perfect start to the game thanks to a Catriona Davis penalty…

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WATCH: Doon & Kilmallock book their places in SHC semi finals

By John Keogh / September 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

Doon and Kilmallock joined Patrickswell and Na Piarsaigh in the 2019 Limerick SHC after quarter final victories today. Doon were 1-23 to 2-15 victors over Ballybrown in the second quarter final at the LIT Gaelic Grounds. Tom Murphy’s side were 0-17 to 1-13 ahead when Cormac Ryan popped up with their goal after Denis Moloney’s…

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WATCH: JP Ferreira on giving youth its head in the early part of the season

By John Keogh / September 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

Munster defence coach JP Ferreira was up for media duty this week as the province prepare to open their pre-season with a game against London Irish at Musgrave Park tomorrow. Head coach Johann van Graan has picked a youthful side for the fixture and by the looks of the squad as a whole (with 12…

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Something for the Weekend

By John Keogh / September 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

GAA Sat-Sep-14 – SFC – Dublin v Kerry – 6pm – RTÉ2 Sun-Sep-15 – LJFC – Fermanagh v Louth – 11:45am – TG4 Sun-Sep-15 – LIFC – Meath v Tipperary – 1:45pm – TG4 Sun-Sep-15 – LSFC – Dublin v Galway – 4pm – TG4 Sun-Sep-15 – The Sunday Game – 9:30pm – RTÉ2 SOCCER…

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WATCH: Ferreira on Munster’s long pre season and Friday’s game with London Irish

By John Keogh / September 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

Munster open their pre-season fixtures with a game against London Irish at Musgrave Park this coming Friday. Johann van Graan’s side play Connacht in their second game a week later, before opening their Pro14 campaign with a home game against the Dragons on Saturday, September 28 at Thomond Park. Defence coach JP Ferreira is excited…

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WATCH: Newcastle West and St Kieran’s reach Limerick SFC semi finals

By John Keogh / September 7, 2019 / 0 Comments

Newcastle West and St Kieran’s joined Adare and Oola in the Limerick Senior Football Championship finals after quarter final victories this evening. Ballysteen led their game with Newcastle West by a goal as it entered the final stages, but the Magpies hit 1-3 without reply to book a last four spot against Adare. Danny Neville’s…

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WATCH: Limerick junior camogie captain on the impact minors have made

By John Keogh / September 7, 2019 / 0 Comments

Limerick captain Grace Lee has hailed the impact made by the county’s minors on the junior team ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland Premier Junior Final against Kerry at Croke Park. The junior team have been helped greatly since a host of the minor players signed on to play after their own All-Ireland bid ended with defeat…

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Kiely to remain as Limerick manager after two year term confirmed

By John Keogh / September 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

John Kiely is to stay on as Limerick senior hurling manager after a two year deal was confirmed at tonight’s county board meeting. The Galbally native’s initial term ended after Limerick’s All-Ireland semi final defeat to Kilkenny, but he has agreed to stay on. There are further changes to his back room team, however, with…

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