John Keogh

Farrell a doubt for Champions Cup trip to Gloucester

By John Keogh / January 7, 2019 / 0 Comments

Munster could be without Chris Farrell for Friday’s crunch Champions Cup clash with Gloucester at Kingsholm due to an injury picked up in the province’s win over Connacht. Farrell played the full 80 minutes in the bonus point win last Saturday but will be assessed by the Munster medical department for a problem with his…

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Thomond Park sold out for final Champions Cup group game

By John Keogh / January 7, 2019 / 0 Comments

Munster’s crucial Champions Cup final group game with Exeter Chiefs is a sell out the province has confirmed. A capacity crowd of 26,267 will see Munster take on Exeter in what could be a make or break game as Johann van Graan’s side bid to make the Champions Cup knockout stages. Following on from the…

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WATCH: Dan Goggin on Connacht, tips from JVG and Limerick’s All-Ireland win

By John Keogh / January 4, 2019 / 0 Comments

Dan Goggin has made a big breakthrough with Munster this season but it could have been a very different sporting career for him if his cards had fell another way. Goggin played hurling with Limerick up to minor level but has no regrets with choosing rugby when the time came to make the decision. The…

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Something for the Weekend

By John Keogh / January 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

SOCCER Thu-Jan-03 – PL – Man City v Liverpool – 8pm – SSME Fri-Jan-04 – SS – Live Star Sixes – 7pm – SSF Fri-Jan-04 – FAC – Tranmere v Spurs – 7:45pm – BT2 Sat-Jan-05 – FAC – Man Utd v Reading – 12:30pm – BT2 Sat-Jan-05 – FAC – B’mouth v Brighton –…

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The Breakdown EP77: Munster’s win over Leinster & fanboy coverage

By John Keogh / January 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

In this week’s episode, Raffaele and Tom Savage of Three Red Kings discuss Munster’s 26-17 win over Leinster last weekend. The lads also talk about player safety in the wake of James Lowe’s two week ban after being sent off against Munster, as well as poor refereeing, fanboy coverage and how Munster must improve their…

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Lowe receives two week ban after Munster red card

By John Keogh / January 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

Leinster winger James Lowe will miss their crucial Champions Cup game with Toulouse on January 12 after receiving a two week suspension after being sent off against Munster on Saturday. Lowe was shown a red card by referee Frank Murphy following a dangerous tackle in the first half of Munster’s 26-17 victory at Thomond Park.…

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LISTEN: Treaty Talk Episode 48

By John Keogh / January 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

In this week’s podcast, Raffaele Rocca and Matt O’Callaghan talk about Limerick’s footballers first game of 2019, the McGrath Cup semi final with Cork on Sunday. Lee named his team for the game this morning. The lads also speak on Limerick’s camogie chances this year after the fixtures for the 2019 Championship were confirmed. All…

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WATCH: Billy Holland on Connacht and the stress of Munster’s big games

By John Keogh / January 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

Billy Holland will win his 200th Munster cap this weekend if he takes the field in their Interpro Pro14 game with Connacht in Galway. The veteran second row has effectively seen it all since making his debut for the province back in 2007 and knows that Munster are in for a tough test at The…

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John the Baptist Harty Cup quarter final to take place in Dundrum

By John Keogh / January 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

The fixtures for Wednesday’s Harty Cup quarter finals have been revealed with Limerick’s sole representative in the final eight, John The Baptist Community School, playing Thurles CBS in Dundrum. John The Baptist are bidding for their first ever Harty Cup and are facing a Thurles CBS school that have won the competition eight times and…

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Lee names team for McGrath Cup game with Cork

By John Keogh / January 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

Limerick senior football manager Billy Lee has announced his starting 15 for his side for Sunday’s McGrath Cup semi final with Cork. The game, which takes place in Mick Neville Park at 2pm is the first of the season for the county’s footballers. Lee has named only one player from county champions Adare (Paul Maher),…

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