Paul Sexton

BREAKING: Limerick camogie manager Paul Sexton steps down with immediate effect

By Jack Neville / October 23, 2020 /

Limerick camogie manager Paul Sexton has stepped down from his role with immediate effect due to personal reasons according to Matt O’Callaghan. The Limerick camogie board have released a short statement thanking Sexton for his work with the side. Limerick Camogie County Board wish to acknowledge the tireless work and commitment of Paul Sexton, Senior…

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Limerick Camogie falter in championship opener

By Jack Neville / October 18, 2020 /

The Limerick Camogie side fell to Westmeath, 1-12 to 0-12 in their Liberty Inurance All-Ireland championship opener in Bruff yesterday. In their first game at the grade, Westmeath lead from start to finish and were deserving victors. An electric start paved the way for the win as they had frive scores from their first five…

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WATCH: Limerick kick off their camogie championship with Westmeath tie

By Jack Neville / October 16, 2020 /

The Limerick Camogie team begin their championship campaign this Saturday when they welcome Westmeath to Bruff at 2pm. Limerick’s last game was a narrow win over Dublin in the final round of the League on March 8 in LIT. That win secured Limerick’s top tier status. However, it will count for little this weeknend with…

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QUIZ: Name the Limerick Camogie team from their last championship game in 2019

By Jack Neville / October 14, 2020 /

The Limerick Camogie team return to championship action this Saturday when they face Westmeath in the opening round of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland camogie championship. Last year Limerick bridged a 15-year gap as they reached the quarter-finals of the championship. Ultimately they would lose out 1-9 to 1-5 against Tipperary in Thurles. There is much…

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Time and venue set for Limerick Camogie’s championship opener

By Jack Neville / October 12, 2020 /

Paul Sexton and his Limerick camogie side begin their All-Ireland campaign this weekend with a clash against Westmeath. That game has now been confirmed for Bruff this Saturday with a 2pm throw in. Limerick will face Waterford in their second game next weekend with no confirmation of fixture details as of yet. Sexton’s side will…

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LISTEN: Sexton Says Minor Cancellation is “Nearly unforgivable” & “Has to be Reversed”

By Jack Neville / June 26, 2020 /

Limerick camogie manager Paul Sexton is the latest to lament the decision made to cancel the 2020 Minor Camogie championship. It has been the largest casualty in the GAA as a result of the suspension as plans are made for all other major competitions. Senior Camogie manager Sexton has called for a u-turn on this…

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Camogie Championships between October & December as Leagues Cancelled

By Raffaele Rocca / June 23, 2020 /

The All-Ireland Camogie Championships will take place between October and December this year. Dates for fixtures as well as a finalised format for the competition have yet to be decided but the association expect that to happen in the coming weeks. The 2020 Championship will feature no automatic promotion or relegation. The Camogie Association released the…

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Camogie Association extend suspension but intend to “complete all competitions”

By Jack Neville / April 17, 2020 /

The Camogie Association have today released a statement extending their suspension of the coming season. However, they still plan on completing all their planned competitions. See the full statement below. “In light of the latest developments in relation to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and upon advice from the relevant state authorities including the HSE, the Camogie Association…

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LISTEN: Limerick Camogie Manager Paul Sexton analyses the current climate

By Jack Neville / March 27, 2020 /

While the decision to postpone the conclusion of the Littlewoods National Camogie League will have had no effect on the Limerick squad, manager Paul Sexton admits it is still a tough time for everyone. Limerick who had played all their group games had been knocked out of the competition but remained safe with a final…

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WATCH: Paul Sexton “The Key & Goal Was to Stay in Division One”

By Tom Clancy / March 8, 2020 /

Limerick got the job done at LIT today with a 1-10 to 0-10 win over to Dublin thus preserving their Division One status for next season and consigning Dublin to the relegation play off. Sporting Limerick caught up with Paul Sexton after the game. Match report below.

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