Ciarán Carey

Richie English set to miss out remainder of the season as Kiely confirms knee injury

By Jack Neville / February 23, 2020 /

Limerick star Richie English looks set to miss the rest of the 2020 season after suffering a torn cruciate against Galway in the last round of the National Hurling League…

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LISTEN: Ciaran Carey: 'Cork squad a lot stronger this year'

By Jack Neville / February 21, 2020 /

This Sunday Limerick travel to Pairc Ui Chaoimh to take on Cork in the third round of the National Hurling League. Limerick come into the game with a 100% record…

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Ciaran Carey: More of the same for Limerick against Waterford

By Ciarán Carey / February 12, 2020 /

THIS is a match that I’m really looking forward to. This is going to be Liam Cahill’s first real test as Waterford manager. The win over Cork was great and…

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"Limerick were able to find grass and space with ease"

By Ciarán Carey / February 5, 2020 /

Having looked at Limerick in their first two games of the National Hurling League the only area that John Kiely will be honing in on is their mental attitude and…

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Three or four new players key to Limerick’s evolution

By Ciarán Carey / January 29, 2020 /

If you are going to get put in a display like Limerick did against Tipperary, you would hope that it would be in your first league game. It’s a bit…

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LISTEN: Ciarán Carey "Limerick are going to get a right test on Saturday"

By Ciarán Carey / January 22, 2020 /

WITHOUT a doubt Limerick v Tipperary is a big game, but with no relegation, I see both the teams possibly doing a bit of experimenting. I’d imagine both teams will…

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Ciarán Carey to remain as Patrickswell manager for 2020

By Jack Neville / January 17, 2020 /

In his first year in his second stint as manager of his local club, Ciaran Carey led Patrickswell to the county title. Today, the he confirmed to Sporting Limerick that…

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Ciaran Carey: Munster League was a good opportunity to blood a few players"

By Jack Neville / January 16, 2020 /

Last weekend Limerick secured a second Munster Hurling League title in three years when they beat Cork in the decider at the Gaelic Grounds. Over the course of the three…

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Well Run Dry as Ballygunner Book Munster Club Final Spot

By Ronan Coughlan / November 10, 2019 /

Patrickswell’s season came to an end in Walsh Park this afternoon as Ballygunner simply had too much and ran out 0-17 to 0-9 winners in their Munster Senior Club Hurling…

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PREVIEW: Carey says the ‘Well “must strike while iron is hot” in Munster

By Jack Neville / November 7, 2019 /

Ciaran Carey will lead his Patrickswell side to Walsh Park this Sunday as they take on defending Munster champions Ballygunner in the semi-final of the competition. Patrickswell captured their record…

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