Archive for July, 2011

Limerick lose bravely in Croke Park

Limerick lose bravely in Croke Park

| July 31, 2011

Limerick lost the All Ireland quarter final today to a rampant Kerry side. Leading 1-8 to 0-4 points at half time, the Kingdom went on to win by 13 points on a scoreline of 1-20 to 0-10. Limerick took until the 17th minute to register a score, however any chance of a battle was put […]

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Limerick 21’s to face Cork in Munster Final

Limerick 21’s to face Cork in Munster Final

| July 29, 2011

THE Limerick under 21 hurlers will face Cork in the Bord Gais Energy Munster Championship Final next Wednesday night at the Gaelic Grounds. Here is all you need to know about the game.

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Footballers in last eight for first time ever

Footballers in last eight for first time ever

| July 28, 2011

SHORTLY after 8pm on Saturday June 4, 2011, Limerick senior football manager Maurice Horan gave a post match interview under the stand in the Gaelic Grounds. The former Mayo footballer was lost for words trying to explain his sides 3-9 to 1-26 loss to Kerry in the Munster championship. His charges had just been taught […]

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Wides cost Limerick

Wides cost Limerick

| July 28, 2011

STATISTICS can sometimes be misleading. They can tell you what you want to know more than what you need to know. However, at the end of 70 minutes last weekend in Thurles, Limerick had clocked up 15 wides to Dublin’s six. Limerick lost the game by four points and exited the championship at the quarter […]

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Game over, Ball Burst 30/7

Game over, Ball Burst 30/7

| July 28, 2011

THE Limerick footballers are the story of the week. Isn’t sport weird the way it pits Limerick against Kerry once more. This is turning out to be the stuff of a movie script. Now, who would play Maurice Horan?

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Plenty to ponder for Blues

Plenty to ponder for Blues

| July 28, 2011

LIMERICK FC’S chances of promotion were dealt a body blow last weekend as the SuperBlues went down 2-0 to Monaghan United at Jackman Park.The defeat sees Limerick in fourth spot in the league, now 13 points off of the top.

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Strong line-up for Indiependence

Strong line-up for Indiependence

| July 28, 2011

THIS weekend the Indiependence Music & Arts Festival will happen for the second year running at Deer Farm, Mitchelstown in Cork. Now expanded into a three day event with music and comedy on its five stages, the little festival has developed into a boutique event catering for an intimate capacity of 5,000 with a campsite […]

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Athea Road Races a huge success

Athea Road Races a huge success

| July 28, 2011

ATHEA was once more the place to be last weekend as the 10th Annual Road races were held in the county Limerick village.With riders from all over the UK and Ireland in attendance a fantastic weekend was had by all

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Cllr Kiely ignored protocol – claim

Cllr Kiely ignored protocol – claim

| July 28, 2011

IT is claimed that Cllr Kevin Kiely breached  protocol in the commissioning of a new medallion to be added to the mayoral chain.Cllr Kiely  revealed in a press statement this week, that JP McManus was to be recognised  as the first Limerick owner of a horse to win the Aintree Grand National, with a solid […]

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City ‘to hold what it has’ in merger

City ‘to hold what it has’ in merger

| July 28, 2011

Benefits will also accrue LIMERICK City Council will gain in stature and its status is to be enhanced as a generator of growth in the new joint local authority arrangement.Commenting on Wednesday afternoon on the Environment Minister, Phil Hogan’s just released document on details of the new joint authority arrangement for Limerick City and County […]

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