Skip to content

John Keogh

Zebo subplot not distracting a focused Murray

By John Keogh / November 20, 2019 /

Munster scrum-half Conor Murray is expecting to line up against one of his closest friends with Racing 92 take to the Thomond Park pitch on Saturday. Simon Zebo is likely to feature for the Parisian outfit and against Munster for the first time since his move to the club in 2018. Zebo has remained close…

Read More

Disciplinary process to begin after two players sent home from New York

By John Keogh / November 19, 2019 /

Limerick GAA has commenced disciplinary proceedings after two members of the senior hurling panel were sent home from New York after the teams participation in the New York Hurling Classic. In a short statement this afternoon the county board said the following: “Limerick GAA can confirm it sent home two panelists early from last weekend’s…

Read More

WATCH: Croom earn Munster JFC quarter final win over Ballyduff Lower

By John Keogh / November 17, 2019 /

Croom have reached the semi final of the Munster Club Junior Football Championship following an 0-8 to 0-6 win over Waterford’s Ballyduff Lower in Bruff yesterday. The south Limerick club were full value for the victory, with corner forward Mark O’Kelly top scoring with 0-3. Veteran former Limerick defender Mark O’Riordan also put in a…

Read More

WATCH: AIL 1A victories for Young Munster and Garryowen

By John Keogh / November 17, 2019 /

It was a positive weekend for Limerick’s All-Ireland League teams with Young Munster and Garryowen both victorious. Munsters climbed off the bottom of the table with a 7-0 win over Lansdowne at Aviva Stadium’s back pitch, while Garryowen beat Clontarf in Dooradoyle. Elsewhere, there were defeats for Shannon, UL Bohs, Old Crescent and Bruff from…

Read More

Trip to struggling Ospreys up first for Munster in Europe

By John Keogh / November 15, 2019 /

Munster open their 2019/20 Champions Cup campaign this weekend when they make the short trip to Swansea where they face the Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium. Johann van Graan’s men made the semi-final last season, but ultimately fell to a Saracens side that went on to win the competition when they beat Leinster in the…

Read More

O’Mahony firmly focused on European opener

By John Keogh / November 15, 2019 /

Munster captain Peter O’Mahony says that it would be ‘ridiculous’ to look past their opening Champions Cup game of the season with the Ospreys. The province will also face European heavyweights Saracens and Racing 92 in their pool, but O’Mahony has his eyes firmly on Saturday’s opponents. The back-row forward also added that the page…

Read More

Garryowen aiming to continue fine form against Clontarf

By John Keogh / November 15, 2019 /

Garryowen will be looking to build on their recent fine form in Division 1A of the All Ireland League (AIL) when they welcome Clontarf to Dooradoyle on Saturday. Conan Doyle’s charges come into the game in high spirits after a 19-13 win over Young Munster last week. The Light Blues scored 16 unanswered second half…

Read More

WATCH: Newcastle West and Galtee Gaels bow out of Munster Club Championship

By John Keogh / November 10, 2019 /

Limerick’s hopes in both the Munster club SFC and IFC ended over the weekend following defeats for Newcastle West and Galtee Gaels. Newcastle West bowed out of the Munster SFC at the quarter final stage following a 1-9 to 0-9 loss to Cork champions Nemo Rangers in Mallow. Mike Quilligan’s side fell just short of…

Read More

WATCH: Healy inspires Garryowen to victory over Young Munster in AIL derby

By John Keogh / November 9, 2019 /

Garryowen earned their third All Ireland League Division 1A win of the season after seeing off Young Munster on a 19-13 scoreline at Tom Clifford Park. Munsters led 10-3 at the break and looked to be heading for their first victory of the campaign when Evan Cusack slotted a penalty early in the second half.…

Read More

Boost for Munster as Ferreira commits to the province until 2022

By John Keogh / October 29, 2019 /

Munster have announced that defence coach JP Ferreira has committed to the province by agreeing a contract extension until June 2022. Ferreira arrived at Munster soon after Johann van Graan took charge at the back end of 2017 and has overseen a defence that has been the best in the Champions Cup over the past…

Read More