GAA

Reeling in the Years: Limerick GAA’s 2016

By Jack Neville / July 8, 2020

Our Reeling in the Years of Limerick GAA continues today as we go back to 2016 as the minor hurlers reached the All-Ireland final Catch out previous years. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 2015 2016 Hurling National Hurling League In Division 1B once more, Limerick won their opening four games to set up a winner-takes-all clash…

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Reeling in the Years: Limerick GAA’s 2015

By Jack Neville / July 6, 2020

Our Reeling in the Years of Limerick GAA continues today as we go back to 2015 with a first All-Ireland title for the county since 2002! Catch out previous years. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 2015 Hurling National Hurling League Waterford would come into the league as Limerick’s biggest threat and as they did with…

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WATCH: 2018 Intermediate Football Final Between Rathkeale and Galbally

By Jack Neville / July 3, 2020

Tonight’s Limerick GAA action from the archives is the 2018 Limerick Intermediate Final which pitted Rathkeale against Galbally. Rathkeale were looking to earn promotion to the senior level at the first time of asking after being relegated in 2017 while Galbally had been resigned to the second tier for a number of years. Played out…

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WATCH: Patrickswell & South Liberties meet in 2018 Limerick SHC quarter-final

By Jack Neville / July 3, 2020

Tonight’s Limerick GAA action from the Achive is the 2018 Limerick SHC quarter-final between Patrickswell and South Liberties. Patrickswell had finished fourth in group 1 while Liberties had topped group 2 and secured their place in 1 for 2019. The sides met in the Gaelic Grounds to decide who would advance to face Doon in…

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WATCH: Croom face East Geraldines in 2007 Limerick SHC quarter final

By Jack Neville / July 3, 2020

Tonight’s Limerick GAA action from the Archives is the 2007 Limerick SHC quarter-final clash between Croom and East Geraldines Geraldines had come through the divisional set up to meet Croom in the last 8. The winner of this would go on to contest the final later in the year, who would it be?

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LISTEN: Liz Hennessy ‘utterly disappointed’ at minor camogie decison

By Jack Neville / July 3, 2020

Chairperson of Limerick camogie Liz Hennessy has spoke at her ‘utter diappointment’ as the Camogie Association doubled down on their decision to cancel the Minor Camogie championship. The decision to cancel the championship, which had already started in March, was met with huge criticism and saw a number of player lead campaigns to resolve the…

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Treaty Talk EP104: Dowling retirement, minor camogie saga and much more

By Jack Neville / July 3, 2020

In this week’s podcast, Matt and Raffaele discuss the retirement of Shane Dowling which was announced yesterday. They also look ahead to the this years intercounty championships with no qualifiers for the footballers with the hurlers drawn against Clare in the quarter-finals. They also discuss the current Camogie situation with the cancellation of the minor…

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Shane Dowling’s best ever Limerick performances

By Jack Neville / July 3, 2020

Yesterday, Limerick hurling legend Shane Dowling announced his retirement from the intercounty game due to persistent injuries. During his seven year stint with the seniors, Dowling won it all, including an All-Ireland, 2 Munster Championship’s, 2 League titles and an All-Star in 2014. Dowling will also retire as Limerick’ top scorer in championship. Over the…

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WATCH: Adare face Patrickswell in the 1999 Limerick SHC quarter-final

By Jack Neville / July 2, 2020

For tonight’s Limerick KGAA action from the Archive, we go back to 1999 for the Limerick SHC quarter-final clash between Patrickswell and Adare. Patrickswell were looking to appear in a fifth consecutive final having won three in a row from 1995-’97. Adare were still looking for a first championship win. Who would come out on…

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Minor Camogie Protests Fall on Deaf Ears

By Raffaele Rocca / July 2, 2020

The move to have the minor camogie championship reinstated into the 2020 calendar has fallen on deaf ears as the camogie association today announced no change to their master fixture plan. On reading the announcement Chairperson of Limerick Camogie Liz Hennessey said “there are no words to express the disappointment” The statement issued to camogie…

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