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Paul Browne Retires from Inter-County Hurling

By Raffaele Rocca / November 21, 2019

Limerick and Bruff hurler Paul Browne has signalled the end to his inter county career. In a statement issued through Limerick GAA the All Ireland and Munster medal winner said: I have decided that the time is right for me to step away form the Limerick Senior Hurling Panel after eleven seasons involved.  I would…

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Limerick Ladies 2020 League fixtures announced

By Jack Neville / November 21, 2019

The fixtures for the Limerick Ladies 2020 League campaign have been released. The team who will be managed by Donal Ryan next year, open their campaign away to Carlow on January 26. Limerick have reached the last four in the league the last two years but will ply their trade in the bottom tier once…

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WATCH: “A lot of threats they bring” Murray on dangerous Racing

By Jack Neville / November 21, 2019

This weekend Racing travel to Thomond Park to take on Munster in the second round of this years Champions Cup. The French giants have quality over the park with Simon Zebo, Finn Russell, Virimi Vaketewa to name a few. Munster scrum-half Conor Murray acknowledged this huge strength in depth ahead of the clash and says…

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Moran says NY incident will be dealt with & no reflection of the team

By Jack Neville / November 21, 2019

Although the actions of a number of Limerick players in New York cannot be condoned, the scrutiny these young men have come under since their breakthrough All-Ireland win in 2018 has reached unecessary levels. It emerged that during the week that two players had been sent home for disciplinary reasons, the correct course of action.…

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Fixtures for Munster Hurling League and McGrath Cup released

By Jack Neville / November 21, 2019

Limerick’s opening fixtures for the 2020 season have been announced. The Limerick hurlers will have their first game of the season on December 20 against Tipperary in the Gaelic Grounds in the Munster Senior Hurling League. They face Clare on the 29th in Sixmilebridge in their other group game. The final of the competition is…

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Disciplinary process to begin after two players sent home from New York

By John Keogh / November 19, 2019

Limerick GAA has commenced disciplinary proceedings after two members of the senior hurling panel were sent home from New York after the teams participation in the New York Hurling Classic. In a short statement this afternoon the county board said the following: “Limerick GAA can confirm it sent home two panelists early from last weekend’s…

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WATCH: Croom earn Munster JFC quarter final win over Ballyduff Lower

By John Keogh / November 17, 2019

Croom have reached the semi final of the Munster Club Junior Football Championship following an 0-8 to 0-6 win over Waterford’s Ballyduff Lower in Bruff yesterday. The south Limerick club were full value for the victory, with corner forward Mark O’Kelly top scoring with 0-3. Veteran former Limerick defender Mark O’Riordan also put in a…

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Croom and Castletown Ballyagran prepare for the Munster Club Championship

By Jack Neville / November 15, 2019

This weekend Limerick’s final two representatives in the Munster Club championship are in action. On Saturday both sides play their respective Munster quarter-finals. In Bruff at 1.30pm Croom take on Ballyduff Lower of Waterford in the Munster Junior Club Quarter Final. Croom lost out the Junior A county final to Monaleen a fortnight ago but…

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Treaty Talk EP89: Munster Club disappointment & Junior B Classic

By Jack Neville / November 15, 2019

Last weekend three Limerick clubs were knocked out of the Munster Club championship as Patrickswell, Newcastle West and Galtee Gaels were all defeated. We review each of those games. We also look back on the Junior B final where Banogue and Knockane played out a classic. This weekend’s Munster Club championship games involving Croom and…

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LISTEN: John Kiely ‘looking forward’ to New York Hurling Classic

By Jack Neville / November 13, 2019

Limerick travel to New York this week for the 2019 Super 11s in the Mets stadium. Limerick will be looking to defend the championship they won in 2018 in Boston. Limerick play Wexford in the semi-finals on Saturday evening with the winner to face either Kilkenny or Tipperary in the final. Ahead of the trip,…

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