Luke Liddy

WATCH – John Kiely on Croke Park “it’s just another ground”

By Luke Liddy / July 20, 2018 /

Limerick senior hurling boss John Kiely spoke to the media ahead of his side’s All Ireland semi-final with Cork on Sunday week. Kiely has no fresh injury concerns following last weekend’s impressive quarter-final win over Kilkenny. “We’re good. We have a clean bill of health. We’re very fortunate in that regard all year so long…

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LIVE STREAM – Limerick SFC meeting of Ballylanders and Dromcollogher Broadford

By Luke Liddy / July 20, 2018 /

Sporting Limerick will bring you more exclusive live action in association with Limerick GAA this Saturday evening. It’s a battle of third and fourth place in group one of the Irish Wire Products sponsored County SFC this Saturday as Dromcollogher Broadford meet Ballylanders for their third round contest in Kilmallock (7.30pm). Ballylanders come into the game…

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Limerick representatives in 7s World Cup action tonight

By Luke Liddy / July 20, 2018 /

Limerick representatives in 7s World Cup action. The Rugby 7’s World Cup in San Francisco gets underway tonight with both the Irish men’s and women’s sides in action. The squads jetted out to San Fran last Sunday as preparations got underway for the tournament which takes place at AT&T Park. TIME LAPSE: Incredible transformation of…

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Tom Morrissey named GAA hurler of the week

By Luke Liddy / July 17, 2018 /

The Limerick forward earned 7,962 votes on the Official GAA Instagram page with Kilkenny’s Richie Hogan second and Clare’s Shane O’Donnell third. GAA.ie Hurler of the Week 1: Tom Morrissey (Limerick) – 7,962 votes 2: Richie Hogan (Kilkenny) – 3,757 votes 3: Shane O’Donnell (Clare) – 3,585 votes Despite his brother Dan being named as…

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LISTEN – John Kiely “A moment to savor but there’s no medal given out.”

By Luke Liddy / July 17, 2018 /

Limerick senior hurling boss John Kiely says that the key to his side keeping their cool in the closing stages of their All Ireland quarter-final win over Kilkenny was down to preparation. “We were prepared for that. It’s nothing that changed we were prepared for that. We knew that was going to happen. They have…

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Limerick FC players to receive unpaid wages while FAI hit club with transfer ban

By Luke Liddy / July 17, 2018 /

The FAI have confirmed that Limerick FC players will receive the wages owed to them by the club by today, Tuesday. A statement released by the FAI on Monday night has also confirmed that Limerick will not be permitted to sign any new players for the remainder of the season. It had been reported by…

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WATCH – Corrigan Brothers and LGC ‘Sporting Limerick Magic Hurling’

By Luke Liddy / July 16, 2018 /

A Song dedicated to the Limerick senior hurling team has been released by the Limerick Gospel Choir and the Corrigan Brothers. 45 Years after their last victory over Kilkenny the Limerick hurlers march to an All Ireland semi-final meeting with Cork. To celebrate, the Corrigan Brothers, the band from Limerick who celebrated Barack Obama’s Irish heritage…

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5 Limerick players selected in GAA Hurling Team of The Week

By Luke Liddy / July 16, 2018 /

Diarmaid Byrnes, Dan Morrissey, Darragh O’Donovan, Kyle Hayes and Tom Morrissey all represent Limerick in this week’s GAA.ie hurling team of the week. Byrnes was again both calm and commanding in the half back line while also chipping in with a point from play while Dan Morrissey was rewarded with the Sunday Game’s man of…

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Graham ‘G-TRAIN’ McCormack rolls on to 3-0

By Luke Liddy / July 16, 2018 /

Raheen boxer Graham McCormack ended a nightmare week where grieved for both his best friend and father in law by recording his third professional win on Saturday night at Good Counsel GAA Club in Dublin. McCormack scored a 40-37 points victory over Bulgarian Rodislav Mitev on the Celtic Clash 6 card. The proud Limerick man…

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LISTEN – Dan Morrissey “It was a savage result”

By Luke Liddy / July 16, 2018 /

Following Sunday’s impressive All Ireland quarter-final win over Kilkenny man of the match Dan Morrissey believes that his side are better prepared than previous Limerick teams to deal with big moments. John Kiely’s side were quick to respond to Richie Hogan’s goal late in the game. Morrissey says attention will now quickly turn to the…

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