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Preview | Women’s AIL Returns In Packed Weekend Of Domestic Action

By Mark Reilly / September 23, 2021 /

The Women’s All Ireland League and the Munster Women’s League get underway this weekend, together with the Munster Junior Clubs’ Challenge Cup, Munster Junior Clubs’ Challenge Shield and the Martin O’Sullivan Cup. In the Women’s All Ireland League, defending champions UL Bohemian welcome Cooke to the UL Arena for their opener and newcomers Ballincollig begin…

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Derby Delight for Galbally in 24-13 win over Richmond

By Aidan Corr / January 20, 2020 /

IT’S a long rugby journey from the Canal Bank to Galbally but when you return without anything to show for your efforts it makes it more painful. Richmond failed to get even a losing bonus point from Satrurday’s division one clash on the Tipperary border and they remain in sixth place in the table with…

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Galbally and Richmond go head to head this weekend

By Aidan Corr / January 16, 2020 /

Just one game down for decision in the Munster Junior Leagues this weekend. It involves two Limerick sides, both of whom are in need of full points but for different reasons. Richmond are in 6th position in the division one table while Galbally, third from the bottom and just four clear of second placed Skibbereen, are…

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Wins for Thomond, Richmond and Abbeyfeale over the weekend

By Aidan Corr / January 13, 2020 /

Kilfeacle return to the top of the table after this weekend’s fixtures. They had to dig deep to overcome a spirited Galbally but they failed to get the bonus point try. They are now three points ahead of Newcastle West, both sides having played nine games. The Newcastle v Bandon game fixed for the Cork…

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Battle for Munster Junior League top spot continues this weekend

By Aidan Corr / January 8, 2020 /

From this weekend to the end of the campaign, every game is going to be crucial as division one of the Munster Junior League nears completion. The battle between the two leaders, Kilfeacle and District and Newcastle West hotted up last Sunday with the ‘West’ taking top spot thanks to a bonus-point win over Clanwilliam.…

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Limerick's Junior clubs kick off the new year in style

By Aidan Corr / January 6, 2020 /

With all four local sides winning this Sunday, it was a great start to 2020 for Limerick junior rugby. In the Bank of Ireland Munster Junior Cup, Bruff made the journey to Dunmanway a successful one, advancing to the next round, while in the Munster Junior League, division one Thomond, Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale also…

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Testing 2020 Ahead for Limerick's Junior Rugby Clubs

By Aidan Corr / December 16, 2019 /

With the second phase of games resuming on January 5th, Limerick’s six challengers in the Munster Junior Leagues face a testing New Year. Our main hope of success lies with Newcastle West who have been trailblazing their way through their MJL1 fixture list and are currently level with leaders Kilfeacle and District on 31 points. Crucially,…

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Atiyah winds swept Junior Rugby action over the weekend

By Aidan Corr / December 9, 2019 /

Storm Atiyah took is toll on Sunday’s junior rugby fixture list with a number of games called off throughout the province. Those that did take place faced the unusual challenge of trying to compete with extremely high winds and it turned out that it was mainly the sides who played with the elements behind them…

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Crucial period ahead for Limerick’s Junior Rugby sides

By Aidan Corr / December 3, 2019 /

There are just six series of games remaining in both Munster Junior League divisions. After this weekend MJL1 will take a break until early in the New Year while St Mary’s in MJL2 are down to play a game on December 12 away to Kanturk. This coming Sunday all six local clubs are again in…

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Junior Rugby Preview as Busy Weekend Beckons

By Aidan Corr / November 29, 2019 /

STILL smarting from their home defeat at the hands of Kilfeacle and District last week-end, Newcastle West face an equally difficult hurdle on Sunday when they make the 30 mile journey to the city. Richmond will be seeking four league wins on the trot after dismissing Clanwilliam, Abbeyfeale and St Senan’s in their last three…

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