LIT Gaelic Grounds

HIGHLIGHTS | Kilmallock snatch SHC Final spot with win over Doon

By Benjamin Geary / October 11, 2021 /

Kilmallock have earned their place in the Bons Secours County Senior Hurling Championship final with a 4 – 20 to 2 – 16 win over Doon at the TUS Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.

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Limerick’s Gaelic Grounds set to undergo name change

By Jack Neville / October 1, 2021 /

The home of Limerick GAA is set for a second name change in three years. Limerick’s Gaelic Grounds will be known as the TUS Gaelic Grounds from October 1st with the official opening of the Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest. The Ennis Rd venue changed its name to the LIT Gaelic Grounds in…

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Limerick’s Gaelic Grounds set to undergo name change

By Jack Neville / September 30, 2021 /

The home of Limerick GAA is set for a second name change in three years.

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Increased attendance confirmed for Limerick’s Munster football semi-final with Cork

By Jack Neville / July 6, 2021 /

Limerick entertain Cork in the Munster Senior Football Championship semi-final this Saturday in the LIT Gaelic Grounds. It has been confirmed by Munster GAA that 3,500 patrons will be permitted to attend the Ennis Road ground this Saturday afternoon. Tickets will be distributed by the County Boards with any returned tickets to go on public…

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Limerick Senior Football Championship Game of 2020 – Fr Casey’s v Adare – Group Stage

By John Keogh / December 31, 2020 /

It wasn’t a vintage year for the Limerick SFC but Fr Casey’s shock win over Adare in the group stage is our game of 2020. The Abbeyfeale side turned in a stunning second half showing to earn a 0-17 to 0-12 victory. Many believed that the result would finally push Fr Casey’s towards senior success…

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Premier Intermediate Hurling Game of 2020 – Kildimo-Pallaskenry v Mungret St Pauls – Final

By John Keogh / December 31, 2020 /

They may have had a more entertaining contest in the group stages but the victory for Kildimo-Pallaskenry over Mungret St Pauls was a stunning one for so many reasons. As always, the Premier Intermediate grade throws up some exciting and tight contests and this decider was no different. Kildimo-Pallaskenry continued the 2020 trend of losing…

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Intermediate Hurling Championship Game of 2020 – Newcastle West v Na Piarsaigh – Final

By John Keogh / December 31, 2020 /

As finals go, this was a game that had everything. NCW led for the majority of the game but a late Na Piarsaigh goal forced extra time. The west Limerick club had the better of extra time and came out with a 1-24 to 1-22 win at the LIT Gaelic Grounds. NCW led 1-5 to…

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Premier U-21 Hurling Game of 2020 – Garryspillane v Na Piarsaigh – Quarter Final

By John Keogh / December 30, 2020 /

Garryspillane came out on top of an extra time thriller against Na Piarsaigh in the second Premier U-21 Hurling Championship quarter-final. Patrickswell saw off Ahane’s challenge earlier in the day at the LIT Gaelic Grounds as competitive hurling returned on August 19th following the initial Covid-19 lockdown. The Bouncers came into the game with Na…

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Premier MHC Game of 2020 – Ballybrown v Mungret St Pauls – Final

By John Keogh / December 29, 2020 /

Ballybrown notched their second Premier Minor Hurling Championship in a row with a sensational 3-23 to 0-20 victory over Mungret St Pauls at the LIT Gaelic Grounds in September. The Joe O’Connor and Patrick Hartigan managed side were in superb form with Aidan O’Connor leading the way in an astonishing performance that yielded him a…

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Defeat to Clare sees Limerick minor footballers bow out of the Munster Championship

By John Keogh / December 16, 2020 /

Limerick are out of the Munster MFC following a 4-20 to 1-10 defeat to Clare in tonight’s semi final at the LIT Gaelic Grounds. Joe Lee’s side struggled to get to grips with a classy Clare outfit that were full value for their emphatic victory. They led from start to finish with Dylan O’Brien’s goal…

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