2019 offers chance to lay positive foundations for Limerick Football

By Pa Ranahan / January 17, 2019

January brings with it a renewed hope for the year ahead. The slate is wiped clean and plans for the year ahead made. It also heralds the beginning of 2 events that are worlds apart – the start of the National Football League and Oscars season! While the Limerick Footballers may not be a box…

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Sexton leads UL to Sigerson Cup win over DIT

By John Keogh / January 17, 2019

UL got their 2019 Sigerson Cup campaign off to a winning start after seeing off DIT in Dublin on a 1-13 to 1-12 scoreline. Most of the damage for UL was done by Clare star Keelan Sexton, who finished the contest with a highly impressive scoring total of 1-10. Declan Brouder’s side will now play…

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Limerick v Tipperary to be televised as eirSport unveil Allianz League coverage

By John Keogh / January 15, 2019

Limerick’s Allianz Hurling League game with Tipperary at the Gaelic Grounds on February 2 will be shown live after eirSport confirmed their tv schedule for the 2019 league seasons. EirSport have announced that they will be covering hurling, gaelic football and ladies football with the action getting underway on January 26 with the Tipperary v…

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OPINION: “No one is going to outwork us” Flanagan’s focus indicative of Limerick’s 2019 plan

By Jack Neville / January 15, 2019

“What’s one All Ireland when you’re 21?” The Limerick hurlers had just returned from a team holiday that saw them venture to California before heading to Cancun as a celebration for their heroic All-ireland victory in last August last year. The team would be forgiven for taking their eye off the prize after securing a…

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Paul Beary Appointed as Limerick U-20 Hurling Manager

By Raffaele Rocca / January 11, 2019

Limerick GAA County Board have this evening amounted the appointment of Paul Beary as the Limerick Under 20 Hurling manager. Beary has been appointed on a 2-year term. Beary departed his role as head coach of Na Piarsaigh earlier this year having retained the club’s county title but fell short in the Munster Club Final…

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RTE to broadcast National League and Club Championships in 2019

By Jack Neville / January 11, 2019

A new broadcasting deal has been made between RTE and Eir Sport which will see the Irish channel broadcast some Allianz League games and Club championship games during 2019. While RTE’s GAA calander generally ran from May to September, the new agreement will see Gaelic Games shown live throughout the year. Eir Sport will continue…

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Treaty Talk EP49: John the Baptist in Harty classic & Limerick footballers season opener

By Raffaele Rocca / January 10, 2019

The Dali Lama of Limerick GAA Matt O’Callaghan is here to once more offer enlightenment on all things GAA. Top of the bill this week is the incredible Harty Cup 1/4 final between John the Baptist CS and Thurles CBS which ended in a draw and will see a replay on Saturday 19th of January.…

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“What’s one All-Ireland when you’re 21?” Seamus Flanagan primed & ready for 2019

By Jack Neville / January 9, 2019

For Seamus Flanagan, 2018 will surely go down as a dream year. The Feohanagh man began the year with his first ever start for Limerick in the Senior League. He would go on to start every game for John Kiely’s side as they won their first All-Ireland title in 45 years with Flanagan acknowledged for…

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John the Baptist CS & Thurles CBS draw in breathtaking Harty Cup 1/4 Final

By Jack Neville / January 9, 2019

John the Baptist COmmunity School Hospital and Thurles CBS will have to do it all again after their epic Harty Cup Quarter Final finished level, 4-28 to 3-31 after two periods of extra time in Dundrum today. The game began with the sides trading points in the opening five minutes with the score deadlocked at…

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Quarter Final time for John the Baptist Community School in Harty Cup

By Jack Neville / January 8, 2019

John the Baptist face Thurles CBS this Wednesday in Dundrum with a place in the Harty Cup Semi-Final up for grabs. JTBCS are yet to win the competition while their opponents have eight titles to their name. However, JTBCS will come into the game as favourites with a 100% record thus far in the competition…

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