Limerick march through to Munster final after Waterford success

By Tom Clancy / May 26, 2024 /

Limerick reached a sixth Munster final in a row after eventually shaking off Waterford to defeat their Munster rivals by ten points. On a far from straightforward afternoon, Limerick made…

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Three from three as Limerick ease beyond Dublin at Croke Park

By Tom Clancy / February 24, 2024 /

Dublin 1-18Limerick 3-30 By Tom Clancy in Croke Park LimerickIt maintains extends Limerick’s winning streak to 10 at Croke Park, and they’ve now won 12 from 13 games under John…

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UL to host Kennedy Cup with three Limerick sides in action

By Tom Clancy / June 10, 2023 /

The Kennedy Cup returns to the University of Limerick this coming week, for another action-packed five-day festival of football, with players from all over Ireland representing their respective clubs at…

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If you are good enough you are old enough

By Niall O'Carroll / August 15, 2019 /

Watching probably the two least popular teams in the country at the weekend, ABUs and ABDs take note, I was struck by one common theme. Both Jim Gavin and Ole…

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Super 8s whittled down to final four

By Pa Ranahan / August 8, 2019 /

The super 8s, or Average 8s as a friend from home has labelled them, finished up with a very unsatisfactory spectacle last Sunday. The “Coma in Omagh” was always likely…

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LISTEN: Limerick camogie manager Declan Nash previews their game with Dublin this weekend

By John Keogh / February 14, 2019 /

Limerick’s camogie side have made a superb start to this season’s league winning both of their games to date. Declan Nash’s side have seen off the challenges of Offaly and…

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Limerick V Dublin (Allianz Hurling League)

By Diarmaid Scannell / January 11, 2018 / Comments Off on Limerick V Dublin (Allianz Hurling League)
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“I just don’t know what it will take for them to get their hands on the Sam Maguire.”

By Jack Neville / September 19, 2017 /

12 months ago, Dublin, seeking a second All Ireland title on the trot squared off with Mayo, who were looking for a first triumph since 51′, on the GAA’s flagship…

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