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Billy Lee names team for league encounter with Antrim

By Raffaele Rocca / March 22, 2019

Limerick football manager Billy Lee has named his side to take on Antrim in their final league game of the 2019 campaign in Newcastlewest on Sunday afternoon. Donal O’Sullivan – Monaleen                                                   Sean O’Dea – Kilteely Dromkeen                              Gareth Noonan – Dromcollogher Broadford            Luke Murphy – Monaleen Jim Liston – Gearld Griffins                                       Iain Corbett – Newcastlewest                                                        Gordon…

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Talking Points: Dublin danger, semi-final defeats and championship looming

By Jack Neville / March 22, 2019

Limerick face Dublin this Sunday in Nowlan Park as part of a League semi-final double header. The winner of the game will take on the winners of Watreford and Galway in the final the following week. Ahead of the game we take a look at the talking points! League Final place on offer Limerick travel…

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Home sweet home can make a big difference

By Pa Ranahan / March 20, 2019

“This is my house. I have to defend it!” A line uttered by eight year old Kevin McCallister in Home Alone, in anticipation of the arrival of burglars who planned on robbing the place. In spite of his age and being outnumbered, he knew the layout of his own home inside-out and was going to…

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WATCH: Andrew O’Shaughnessy’s Laochra Gael episode to air tonight

By Jack Neville / March 20, 2019

Andrew O’Shaughnessy gained nationwide attention as Limerick’s go-to-man during their run to the 2007 All-Ireland Final. Having made his senior debut at the age of 17 and winning an U21 All Ireland medal in the same year, O’Shaughnessy was destined for greatness for Limerick. However, a bleak period in Limerick hurling coincided with O’Shaughnessy rise…

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Ciaran Carey: “I’d fancy Limerick to be that bit strong for Dublin”

By Ciarán Carey / March 20, 2019

There has been a lot of inconsistencies in the League thus far. You had Cork beating a Limerick team who had three wins from three. Cork would fall to Tipperary the following week before, low and behold, Dublin would overcome the Premier County in the quarter-finals of the League, something I genuinely didn’t see happening.…

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Limerick’s League semi-final to be shown live on TG4

By Jack Neville / March 20, 2019

Limerick’s league semi-final clash with Dublin is to be shown exclusively live on TG4 it has been announced. The other semi-involving Waterford and Galway will also be broadcast live. Limerick’s tie throws in at 1.30pm with the second game at 3.30pm with both to be played in Nowlan Park. For Limerick, a first League final…

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Limerick to face Dublin in Nowlan Park in League Semi-Final

By Jack Neville / March 18, 2019

Limerick will face Dublin in the National League Semi-Final in Nowlan Park Sunday it was confirmed last night. It will form part of a double header that will also feature Galway against Waterford in the other last four tie. The game has a 1.30pm throw in time with the second tie down for 3.30pm. Limerick…

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Limerick footballers suffer defeat in Wexford

By Jack Neville / March 18, 2019

The Limerick footballers lost their fourth successive game in the National League on Saturday falling to Wexford by a point in Innovate Park. At half time Limerick were trailing 0-10 to 0-5 in windy conditions. Wexford started brighter and had opened at 0-6 to 0-1 lead within 15 minutes with Peter Nash notching Limerick’s only…

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WATCH: Limerick sweep aside sorry Kilkenny

By John Keogh / March 17, 2019

Limerick’s ladies gaelic football team kept their promotion hopes alive with a facile 7-20 to 1-3 victory over Kilkenny in Askeaton yesterday. The result was already decided as Kilkenny arrived to Limerick with only 11 players, but Limerick decided to play the game – starting with 13 against Kilkenny’s contingent. Limerick got to their task…

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Treaty Talk EP58: Limerick’s workrate, venue chaos and this weekend’s football fixtures

By Jack Neville / March 15, 2019

Raffaele Rocca and Matt O’Callaghan look back on some of the action from last weekend from all the Limerick sides as well as previewing the upcoming action The senior hurlers have a break this weekend as do the camogie side with the football taking centre stage with both senior sides in action. The men’s side…

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