Mark Reilly

Ireland Men’s Sevens look ahead to Kenya rematch after failing to reach Quarter Final

By Mark Reilly / July 27, 2021 /

The Irish Men’s sevens squad may have failed to progress through to the quarter finals in Tokyo, however showed grit and determination to see off Korea 31-0 to secure a ninth/tenth place play off against Kenya tomorrow. Kenya saw off the efforts of Japan to book the clash with Ireland by winning 21-7. Mark Roche…

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“Iconic” International Rugby Experience set to open its doors in Limerick for Autumn 2022

By Mark Reilly / July 26, 2021 /

A new interactive rugby experience will open its doors in Limerick for Autumn 2022 and will be a more than welcome addition to a rugby crazed city. The development and construction had been delayed due to the pandemic. However now will see it become a treasured member of Limericks landscape. The attraction, that cost €30…

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Netherlands late flurry sees Ireland taste defeat in Tokyo

By Mark Reilly / July 26, 2021 /

Ireland Women’s Hockey side fell to a 4-0 defeat at the hands of world number one side Netherlands at the Oi Stadium on day two of the Olympic hockey tournament. The first goal of the game came after only eight minutes through Felice Alber. Ireland showed grit throughout the game and proved difficult to break…

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WATCH: Tipperary defeat ends Limerick’s All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship hopes

By Mark Reilly / July 26, 2021 /

Pat Ryan’s Limerick side fell to defeat yesterday against a highly impressive Tipperary side in Nenagh. The 2-20 to 1-11 defeat means the Shannonsiders now have back to back defeats and can no longer reach the knockout stages of the championship following the 12-point defeat. Tipperary were dominant throughout the game, with a short spell…

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WATCH: Treaty Talk EP146: Hurlers complete three in a row, U20s Hurling, Ladies Football, Camogie & More!

By Mark Reilly / July 23, 2021 /

Matt and Jack are back once again to discuss another busy weekend of Limerick GAA action including the historic Munster final win for the Limerick hurlers. The huge win for the U20s victory over Clare, the Ladies Football team and the Limerick Camogie sides.  Limerick defeated Tipperary in the Munster Senior Football Championship final this…

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Limerick’s Olympians: Carolyn Hayes’ perseverance pays off as she prepares for first Olympic Games

By Mark Reilly / July 23, 2021 /

Limerick will be represented by a number of athletes at this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo in the form of Roisin Upton, Carolyn Hayes, Sarah Lavin and Greg O’Shea. Roisin Upton Greg O’Shea Sarah Lavin Newcastle West native and triathlete Carolyn Hayes looks to get ready to compete for this summer’s upcoming Olympic games in…

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WATCH: Limerick Minor manager Kevin Denihan “can’t wait” for Clare after Tipperary victory

By Mark Reilly / July 22, 2021 /

Limerick have booked a place in the semi-final of the Munster Minor football championship with a 2-9 to 1-9 victory over Tipperary yesterday at the LIT Gaelic Grounds. Kevin Denihan and his side will now look forward to the challenge of Clare in the next stage of the championship on July 30th. The Shannonsiders took…

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Limerick’s Olympians: Roisin Upton gunning for gold with the Irish Women’s Hockey Team

By Mark Reilly / July 21, 2021 /

Limerick will be represented by a number of athletes at this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo in the form of Roisin Upton, Carolyn Hayes, Sarah Lavin and Greg O’Shea. Greg O’Shea Carolyn Hayes Sarah Lavin Upton is a part of the Irish Women’s Hockey Team who will be competing in a first ever Olympics. Janesboro…

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Munster U18 Women squad announced for Interpro Series

By Mark Reilly / July 21, 2021 /

The Munster Rugby U18 Women coaching team have announced a 30-woman squad ahead of the U18 Women’s Interprovincial Championship which takes place in August and September. Ballincollig Women’s Head Coach Fiona Hayes continues as the Munster U18 Women’s Head Coach with Mairead Kelly also continuing as Backs Coach as the side look to defend their…

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Limerick’s Olympians: Greg O’Shea set to live out his dream at the Olympics

By Mark Reilly / July 21, 2021 /

Limerick will be represented by a number of athletes at this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo in the form of Roisin Upton, Carolyn Hayes, Sarah Lavin and Greg O’Shea. Roisin Upton Carolyn Hayes Sarah Lavin Greg O’Shea, the former love island winner played a role in the Irish 7s team journey to this summer’s games.…

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