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Adare dethrone Newcastle West to book last four spot

By Tom Clancy / September 23, 2020 /

Champions in 2017 and 2018, Adare’s three-in-row bid was undone by the Magpies 367 days ago. That game, also played in Mick Neville Park, was clearly still in the Adare minds as they turned out a fantastic performance to book their last four spot. Newcastle West, for their part, were just 72 hours removed from…

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Na Piarsaigh secure sixth senior title after Doon Destruction

By Tom Clancy / September 19, 2020 /

Na Piarsaigh added their name to the Daly Cup for the sixth time on Saturday evening, with a 27 point victory over Doon. The winless run for the east Limerick men continues – this was their fourth final defeat – as they failed to match the high standard set by the Caherdavin men. It ended…

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Molloy the hero as Ballingarry make history

By Tom Clancy / August 3, 2020 /

Ballingarry became the first Desmond League side to reach a Munster Youths Cup final on Sunday, after a world class strike from Mike Molloy after just four minutes was enough to see off a strong Bridge United challenge. Dean Clancy’s youths side has not played a competitive game since their quarter final victory over Carrigaline…

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WATCH: Paul Sexton “The Key & Goal Was to Stay in Division One”

By Tom Clancy / March 8, 2020 /

Limerick got the job done at LIT today with a 1-10 to 0-10 win over to Dublin thus preserving their Division One status for next season and consigning Dublin to the relegation play off. Sporting Limerick caught up with Paul Sexton after the game. Match report below.

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Limerick secure top flight Camogie status after victory over Dublin

By Tom Clancy / March 8, 2020 /

Limerick secured their status in Division One of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League after a 1-10 to 0-10 victory over Dublin at LIT. The victory came as a result of a strong second half, where Karen O’Leary scored the crucial goal, as Limerick overturned a four point deficit to send the Dubs to the relegation…

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WATCH: Munster Battle Through Storm For Bonus Point Win Over Scarlets

By Tom Clancy / February 29, 2020 /

Munster made it four consecutive victories in all competitions with a narrow 29-10 victory over Scarlets at Thomond Park. The win tightens their grip of a top two spot in Conference B of the Guinness Pro14, as the sides head for a break of three weeks before the final block of games this season. Tries…

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Young Munster see off Garryowen to boost play-off hopes

By Tom Clancy / February 28, 2020 /

Young Munster held off a late home surge to secure a precious victory on Garryowen soil, putting the Cookies firmly into the play-off position in Division 1A of the All Ireland League. The 11-7 scoreline was a reflection of both the defensive effort but also the weather on display. Played in driving wind and constant…

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Ireland defeat Scotland in International Clubs tie

By Tom Clancy / February 7, 2020 /

SPORTING LIMERICKIRELAND CLUB XV 22-17 SCOTLAND CLUB XV Ireland secured the Dalriada Cup with a deserved 22-17 victory over Scotland at Energia Park, on Friday evening. Ireland won the first leg of this tie 39-17 and therefore had one hand on the Dalriada Cup prior to kick-off. Gearoid Prendergast called upon nine Limerick based players…

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Limerick secure Camogie draw after scoreboard confusion

By Tom Clancy / February 2, 2020 /

Limerick 1-6Tipperary 0-10 Limerick opened their Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Division One National League campaign with a draw against Munster rivals Tipperary. The Premier had beaten Limerick in their last meeting, the 2019 All-Ireland quarter final, and appeared to have found enough in the final quarter to see off a mixed performance from Limerick.   However,…

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WATCH: Dogged Limerick maintain 100% league start with win over Galway

By Tom Clancy / February 2, 2020 /

Limerick made it two wins from two in the Allianz Hurling League with a 1-19 to 0-14 win over Galway at the LIT Gaelic Grounds. It was the first meeting of the sides since the 2018 All-Ireland final but this game naturally lacked the intensity of the occasion, but the result was ultimately the same.…

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