F’Ballers get first point, Ladies into League SFs, Munster Win Again, Treaty Held, Celtics win derby & Insta move top | Weekend Round-Up

It was an eventful weekend in Limerick sport circles with plenty of GAA, Rugby, Soccer and other sports to digest.

Recap all the latest from the weekend that was below with articles on Gaelic Football, Ladies Football, Camogie, Rugby, Soccer, Basketball, Hockey and Athletics.


Limerick were denied a first win of their Division 2 National Football League campaign after being held to a draw by Meath in the TUS Gaelic Grounds.

The U20 Footballers did enough to edge past Offaly and into the Liam O’Connor Cup final with Clare after a one-point win over the Leinster men.

The Limerick Ladies Footballers ensured their passage to the League semi-finals with a comfortable win over Derry in Owenbeg on Sunday.

Waterford flexed their muscle in overcoming Limerick who fell to a third successive loss in the Very National Camogie League.


Munster made it five wins on the bounce in the URC to move closer to a play-off berth after a chaotic Musgrave Park encounter against the Scarlets.

In the AIL, Young Munster kept up their winning run to put some distance between themselves and fifth in the Energia AIL Division 1A.


In a first ever meeting of the teams, Treaty United and Kerry FC had to settle for a share of the spoils in Tralee in the SSE Airtricity First Division

In the Limerick Desmond League, the Cup took centre stage with teams from the the premier, first and third divisions remaining in the hunt as it is whittled down to eight.


The Limerick Celtics took the local bragging rights with a win over the Sport Huskies to take control at the top in the First Division Southern Conference.


Catholic Institute won both of their weekend’s games in the EY Hockey League to maintain pace at the top of the table.


Competing in her third major final in twelve months, Limerick’s Sarah Lavin finished sixth in the European Indoors Athletics Championships in Turkey.

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