WATCH: Ireland go top of Six Nations table with bonus point win over Italy

By John Keogh / October 24, 2020 /

Ireland moved to the summit of the Six Nations table following a bonus point 50-17 win over Italy at the Aviva Stadium. First half tries from CJ Stander and two on debut from Leinster winger Hugo Keenan saw Andy Farrell’s side 21 points ahead at the end of the opening 40 minutes. They were added…

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Limerick star Oisin O’Callaghan makes it two Junior World Cup titles in a week

By Jack Neville / October 19, 2020 /

Not to dwell on becoming the first Irish rider to win a rainbow jersey in any mountain bike downhill event last week in Leogang, Austria, young Limerick star Oisin O’Callaghan followed up that success by claiming his second Junior World Cup win in Maribor. O’Callaghan continued in his fine form and had almost 5.5 seconds…

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Limerick Ladies football squad announced as fixtures confirmed for All-Ireland series

By Jack Neville / October 14, 2020 /

Donal Ryan has named a 30-woman strong squad for the 2020 Lidl All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship which begins next weekend. Both of their group games will be played at neutral venues with Northern opponents in both. Limerick open their campaign with a clash with Derry which will be played on October 25 in Lanneleire in…

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WATCH: Oisin O’Callaghan “I Don’t Think It’s Sunk In Fully Yet”

By Raffaele Rocca / October 12, 2020 /

Limerick’s latest World Champion Oisin O’Callaghan says his win at the UCI MTB Downhill Junior World Championships Title in Salzburg “hasn’t sunk in fully yet” The 17 year old claimed the title on Sunday morning and was speaking to event organisers after claiming his title.

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Limerick’s Oisin O’Callaghan Claims World Title In Salzburg

By Raffaele Rocca / October 11, 2020 /

Irish Cycling has a new World Champion, Oisin O’Callaghan. The 17-year old from Limerick claimed the UCI MTB Downhill Junior World Championships Title in Salzburg, Austria on Sunday morning. O’Callaghan blasted down the 2.3-kilometere course, dubbed the “Speedster” as speeds approaching 65 km / h on the rough terrain to finish in a time of…

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Desmond League returns after six months

By Tom Clancy / October 2, 2020 /

The Limerick Desmond League makes a long overdue return to competitive football this weekend, with 14 junior games on Sunday, preceded by four youths games on Saturday afternoon. In total 33 junior sides will take to the field this campaign, as well as 10 at U18 level. The last game played under the auspices of…

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Aisling Annacotty overcome Tough Coonagh Challenge

By Adrian Finnin / September 24, 2020 /

Aisling Annacotty advanced to the quarter-final of the Tuohy Cup on Thursday night following a hard-fought 2-0 win over a dogged Coonagh United side at Jackman Park. Two second-half goals from Adam Foley and Shane Tracy secured safe passage in a tight contest. Coonagh began the game with a 3-5-2 formation with Niall Earls being…

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Adare Manor unveil plans to launch The Padel Club this Autumn

By Jack Neville / September 9, 2020 /

Adare Manor is delighted to announce plans to launch a brand-new activity centre, The Padel Club, later this Autumn.  Further elevating the guest experience, The Padel Club will provide a new wellness and sporting facility exclusive to guests staying at Adare Manor, with the addition of a host of new activities including: two indoor padel tennis…

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Limerick finish season undefeated with away win to Kerry

By Jack Neville / September 7, 2020 /

Limerick maintained their 100% winning record on Sunday when they defeated Kerry to complete a perfect league campaign, finishing 5 points clear of their nearest competitors. Limerick 4 wins from 4 in their league run with on game going down as a no result due to a suspect Covid-19 case before the game in which…

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Limerick Cricket Club win first Munster Senior title since 2007

By Jack Neville / August 31, 2020 /

Yesterday, the Limerick Cricket Club won thier first Munster Senior T20 title since 2007 as they defeated Midleton in the provincial final. Limerick were the first to bat and were 250-3 in thier 20 overs with Swaroop Burra and Farrukh Bhagat combining for 190 runs. The Limerick bowlers took off where the batters left as…

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