Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League

Limerick fall to Offaly in Camogie relegation final

By Jack Neville / April 11, 2022 /

Defeat was Limerick’s lot on Saturday in the Division One Relegation lay off as their eight year stint in the top tier came to an end.

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Pat Ryan makes one change to Limerick Camogie side for National League quarter-final with Kilkenny

By Jack Neville / June 4, 2021 /

Pat Ryan has named his Limerick Camogie side to face Kilkenny in the Littlewoods National Camogie League quarter-final on Saturday. There is one change in personnel to the side that lost out to Galway last weekend. Into the team comes Niamh Ryan at wing back with Megan O’Mara moving to midfield and Aisling Scanlon dropping…

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Limerick’s Adrian O’Sullivan appointed as new Dublin Senior Camogie Manager

By Jack Neville / January 25, 2021 /

Highly successful Limerick coach Adrian O’Sullivan has been named as Dublin’s senior camogie manager for the upcoming season. In his relatively short career as a coach, silverware has followed everywhere O’Sullivan as he has lead a number of sides to championship honours. He is the current manager of the UL Ashbourne Cup team with whom…

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Camogie Association Extends Suspension Until April 19th

By Raffaele Rocca / March 27, 2020 /

The Camogie association today issued a statement extending the suspension of all camogie action until April 19th and beyond if required. Limerick had completed their league campaign with a final round win over Dublin to secure division one status for next season and as a result had no more fixtures to fulfil. However league finals…

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Limerick secure top flight Camogie status after victory over Dublin

By Tom Clancy / March 8, 2020 /

Limerick secured their status in Division One of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League after a 1-10 to 0-10 victory over Dublin at LIT. The victory came as a result of a strong second half, where Karen O’Leary scored the crucial goal, as Limerick overturned a four point deficit to send the Dubs to the relegation…

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WATCH: Limerick boss Sexton happy with performance amid scoring confusion

By John Keogh / February 3, 2020 /

The narrative surrounding Limerick’s opening Littlewoods Camogie League fixture that began the Paul Sexton era will most definitely focus on the scoring confusion, but amid the chaos the new Treaty boss was happy with his team’s performance. The referee’s score indicated that the game finished 1-7 to 0-10, but most observes had the score at…

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Limerick secure Camogie draw after scoreboard confusion

By Tom Clancy / February 2, 2020 /

Limerick 1-6Tipperary 0-10 Limerick opened their Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Division One National League campaign with a draw against Munster rivals Tipperary. The Premier had beaten Limerick in their last meeting, the 2019 All-Ireland quarter final, and appeared to have found enough in the final quarter to see off a mixed performance from Limerick.   However,…

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WATCH: Limerick Camogie Manager Paul Sexton speaks ahead of the League opener

By Jack Neville / January 31, 2020 /

This weekend, the Limerick camogie team open their League campaign against Tipperary in the Gaelic Grounds. This will be Paul Sexton’s first competitive game in charge as he takes over from Declan Nash. Limerick have reached the semi-finals of the competition for the past three years but are yet to reach the final. Ahead of…

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LISTEN: Camogie manager “looking forward to having a crack off Galway on Sunday”

By Jack Neville / March 8, 2019 /

Limerick face Galway this Sunday in Birr in the Littlewoods Camogie League semi-final. Limerick come into the game as underdogs with their opponents topping thier respective group ahead of current All-Ireland champions Cork. Yet, Limerick have shown great signs of progression this term and won their opening three games before falling to Kilkenny with a…

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Time and Venue confirmed for Camogie Semi-Final

By Jack Neville / March 6, 2019 /

Limerick will face Galway this Sunday in Birr at 2pm in the National Camogie League semi-final it was confirmed today. Limerick reaced the last four after finishing second in their group behind current champions Kilkenny. Galway topped their group finishing level on points with current All-Ireland Champions Cork but holding a superior scoring difference. Limerick…

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