Shannon RFC

WATCH | Shannon return to the top flight as they see off Naas in Division 1B Final

By Jack Neville / May 3, 2022 /

Shannon are back in the top tier of the AIL after they defeated Naas 30-15 in the Division 1B Play-Off final in Coonagh on Saturday afternoon.

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Young Munster kick start Senior Cup defence with win | weekend rugby results

By Mark Reilly / September 13, 2021 /

Results of games played this weekend. Women’s Inter Provincial: Connacht12 , Ulster12; Leinster 7, Munster 19; Girls Under 18 Provincial: Leinster 54, Munster 7; Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Cup: Bruff 25, Clonmel 12; Cashel 18, Shannon 17; Nenagh Ormond 20, Midleton7 ; Old Crescent 17, Kilfeacle 14; Sunday’s Well 7, Highfield 53; U.C.C. 12, Garryowen 45; U.L.…

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Young Munster look to defend their title as the Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup gets underway this weekend

By Mark Reilly / September 9, 2021 /

The Vodafone Women’s Interprovincial Series continues this weekend in addition to the beginning of this season’s Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup. On Saturday evening, the Vodafone Senior Women’s Interprovincial title will be decided as Munster lock horns with Leinster at Energia Park (KO 7.30pm). This game is being screened live on TG4. Cashel…

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Junior Rugby Recap: Big Limerick wins in Munster Senior Cup

By Aidan Corr / September 21, 2020 /

Shannon, Garryowen and Young Munster will join Highfield in the semi-finals of the Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Cup after today’s games. Garryowen had a comfortable win over Old Crescent in Dooradoyle and Shannon had to battle hard for their victory over UL Bohemian. Semi Finals to be played week ending 5th December and the…

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Support Shannon RFC’s ‘No Show Charity Game’

By Jack Neville / May 15, 2020 /

Shannon RFC have launched their ‘No Show Charity Game’ in order to raise much needed funds for local and national charities The ‘No Show Charity Game’ will see a virtual fictitious game will take place between the Best Limerick XV v the Best Irish XV – as decided by some big names in Irish Rugby.…

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Awards aplenty for Limerick clubs at First Virtual AIL Awards

By Jack Neville / May 11, 2020 /

Rugby fans all across the island tuned into the first virtual Energia All Ireland League Rugby Awards tonight to celebrate the 2019/20 season and honour the top award winners for this year, with four awards for Limerick clubs. Fiona Hayes of UL Bohemians was voted as Women’s coach of the year as she helped her…

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Limerick Representations To The Fore As AIL Awards Announced

By Jack Neville / May 6, 2020 /

Energia, title sponsor of the All Ireland League and one of Ireland’s leading energy suppliers, have revealed the Energia AIL awards shortlist and full line up of special guests ahead of the virtual rugby awards broadcast at 8pm on Friday 8th May 2020 across their YouTube and Facebook channels. Chloe Pearse from UL Bohemians RFC has been shortlisted for…

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WATCH: Shannon’s Kelvin Brown nominated for AIL Try of the Year

By Jack Neville / April 29, 2020 /

While the AIL Season was cut short prematurely, the end of season awards will still go ahead on 8 May and will be presented virtually by comedian Mario Rosenstock. Ahead of the awards, the nominees for the 2020 Try of the Year award have been released and will be decided by a public vote. Shannon…

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Munsters and Bohs the only Limerick winners from the weekend’s AIL action

By John Keogh / March 3, 2020 /

Young Munster did their hopes of a playoff spot in All-Ireland League (AIL) Division 1A no harm after a 11-7 win over Garryowen in Dooradoyle last weekend. Gearoid Prendergast’s side came out with what could be a vital victory from a game that was played in the most dreadful of conditions. Jack Harrington’s first half…

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WATCH: Five out of six Saturday wins for Limerick's AIL sides

By John Keogh / February 23, 2020 /

It was a good weekend for five of Limerick’s six Limerick teams in the AIL with Garryowen, Young Munster, Shannon, Old Crescent and Bruff earning wins from their respective games. Garryowen continued to chase Cork Con at the top of Division 1A following a 32-13 win over Clontarf in Castle Avenue. The Light Blues led…

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