Double derby delight for Limerick Cricket Club

By John Keogh / July 4, 2019 /

Limerick Cricket Club completed a clean sweep of the Limerick derbies when they defeated Limerick City in their Premier League encounter at their home ground of Adare on Sunday. Following the victory, Limerick Cricket Club are within just three points of second place and right back in contention for a high finish. It was Limerick…

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Limerick Cricket Club announce sponsorship deal with Woodlands House Hotel

By John Keogh / July 2, 2019 /

Limerick Cricket Club have received a huge boost after revealing a new sponsorship deal with the Woodlands House Hotel and Spa. LCC play their home games in Adare’s Manor Fields and the announcement is a big coup for the club. They revealed the news via their official Twitter page on Monday evening. The new gear…

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Limerick bring Junior t20 back to Adare with nail- biting win in Cork.

By Ronan Coughlan / June 24, 2019 /

Having come agonizingly close by finishing runners’ up in both 2017 and 2018, it was third time lucky for Limerick who graced another victorious day at the Mardyke winning the Junior t20 blast competition winning by just 4 runs against Cork Harlequins on Saturday. Limerick had to make the early journey down to Leeside as…

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Limerick Cricket Club bow out to Railway Union in the National Cup

By Ronan Coughlan / June 19, 2019 /

Limerick can hold their heads up high after putting up a resilient and courageous fight against Railway Union in the second round of the Clear Currency Irish National Cup in Adare yesterday. Railway Union, who have dominated Ireland’s club cricket competitions over the last decade, proved to be too strong for the home side. That…

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Big win over Kerry sees Limerick Cricket Club move to third in Premier League Table

By Ronan Coughlan / June 12, 2019 /

The Limerick Cricket Club 1st XV came away triumphant in their Premier League encounter with Kerry yesterday, in what was a very wet day for Cricket in Adare. After several hours of rain, match umpire Michael Hickey decided that the game would be reduced to 20 overs a side, a format both teams were well…

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Limerick Cricket Club grab vital away win in first city derby since 1967

By John Keogh / May 21, 2019 /

It was a historic day for cricket in Limerick on Sunday wit the first match between two Limerick sides in over 52 years. This year’s addition of Limerick City CC and Limerick Blasters CC to the Munster Leagues would allow for an unprecedented three Limerick teams.   The first of these encounters would see the…

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Limerick’s Oisin O’Callaghan claims 2nd at HSBC British Downhill

By Raffaele Rocca / May 21, 2019 /

Limerick mountain biker Oisin O’Callaghan got back to racing competing at round 2 of the HSBC British National Downhill Series at the iconic Fort William track. This was after an injury forced the Ardpatrick youngster to miss the opening round at Rheola, Wales with a wrist injury after what was a really promising start to…

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Limerick fall short of upsetting champions Cork

By John Keogh / May 14, 2019 /

A rollercoaster ride for Limerick on Sunday as they missed their opportunity in upsetting champions Cork County in Adare with County running out eventual winners by 127 runs. Limerick lost the toss and so were put into the bat by Cork County in decent weather conditions in Adare. Limerick that started the brighter with Sayed…

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Shani the hero as Limerick return to winning ways bonus point win over Galway

By John Keogh / May 9, 2019 /

Limerick obtained 4/5 bonus points on Saturday with a 95 run win against Galway in the second round of the All Rounder MCU Premier League games in Adare on Sunday. Seeing as a win is worth 20 league points, Limerick would obtain 24 points out of a possible 25 from the game. Captain Sarfraz Ramay…

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Opening day victory for Limerick Cricket Club

By John Keogh / April 23, 2019 /

With the ground in pristine shape and near perfect weather conditions at an omnipresence throughout the day, this Bank Holiday Monday simply had cricket written all over it. Before the game started, a minutes silence was held after news came in of the tragic bombings in Sri Lanka earlier that morning. It was the clubs…

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