Donn O'Sullivan

Donn O'Sullivan

Sports Editor, Photo Editor and Content Manager at the Limerick Post Newspaper
Twitter @donnosullivan
Email: donn@limerickpost.ie
Phone: 061 432928

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Limerick look to continue NFL run in Newcastlewest

Limerick look to continue NFL run in Newcastlewest

| March 31, 2017

THE LIMERICK Senior footballers are back in action this weekend as they look to end the National Football league with a fourth win in a row. Billy Lee’s side face Wicklow on Sunday afternoon at 3pm in Newcastlewest. The game sees Limerick on six points from their six games, while Wicklow have just one win […]

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In Pics –  John the Baptist Community School claim Lidl All Ireland PPS Junior A title

In Pics – John the Baptist Community School claim Lidl All Ireland PPS Junior A title

| March 31, 2017

Action from John the Baptist Community School’s 0-14 to 2-6 win over Loreta (Cavan) in today’s All Ireland PPS Junior A football championship

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Limerick primary schools take part in the Aldi Play Rugby Munster provincial festival

Limerick primary schools take part in the Aldi Play Rugby Munster provincial festival

| March 31, 2017

TEAMS from Gaelscoil Chaladh An Treoigh from Castletroy, Castleconnell National School from Castleconnell, St. Brigid’s National School of Singland, Gaelscoil Sáirséal from the Shelbourne Road, An Mhodhscoil from O’Connell Avenue, Caherdavin National School of Caherdavin, St. Patrick’s Boys National School from Limerick City, Scoil Íde from Corbally, St. John the Baptist Boys National School from […]

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Munster at full strength for Toulouse quarter final

Munster at full strength for Toulouse quarter final

| March 31, 2017

MUNSTER RUGBY have named their starting XV for tomorrow’s Champions Cup quarter final clash with Toulouse at Thomond Park. The Irish province have welcomed back their Internationals from Six Nations duty in what is a full strength match day 23. Conor Murray starts at nine having missed the last Six Nations game with a shoulder […]

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Something for the weekend – Live Sport on TV

Something for the weekend – Live Sport on TV

| March 30, 2017

What’s on and where? Here you go. . . Soccer Fri-31-Mar EC Derby v QPR 7.45pm SS1 Sat-1-Apr EPL Liverpool v Everton 12.30pm SS1 Sat-1-Apr EC Reading v Leeds 5.30pm SS1 Sat-1-Apr EPL S’thampton v Bournemouth 5.30pm BT1 Sat-1-Apr FL Monaco v PSG 8pm BT3 Sun-2-Apr SPL Hearts v Celtic 12.30pm Sun-2-Apr EPL Swansea v […]

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Limerick FC set for Munster derby

Limerick FC set for Munster derby

| March 30, 2017

FOR the first time since it reopened nearly two years ago, Markets Field will host the hotly anticipated Munster derby between Limerick FC and Cork City when the teams clash on Friday night in Garryowen (kick-off 7:45pm). The Super Blues will be the latest team to try and end Cork’s perfect start to the season, […]

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In Pics – Munster Heart Foundation Ball

In Pics – Munster Heart Foundation Ball

| March 28, 2017

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In Pics – John the Baptist claim Senior A Ladies title

In Pics – John the Baptist claim Senior A Ladies title

| March 24, 2017

Pictures from the All-Ireland PPS Senior A Ladies Football final where John the Baptist from Hospital in Limerick defeated  St Ciaran’s of Dungannon 2-6  to 0-8.

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Irish stars return for Munster’s Italian job

Irish stars return for Munster’s Italian job

| March 24, 2017

MUNSTER’S Director of Rugby Rassie Erasmus has made fives changes to the side that defeated Cardiff Blues in round 17 for the round 18 clash with Zebre in Italy tomorrow. Returning are the international trio of Niall Scannell, John Ryan and Peter O’Mahony as they all start in a pack that also sees the return […]

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Super Blues travel to Bray

Super Blues travel to Bray

| March 23, 2017

LIMERICK FC needed a Rodrigo Tosi header to avoid a third consecutive defeat last Saturday, the Brazilian’s second half equaliser ensuring a 1-1 draw against Finn Harps in a bad-tempered encounter at Markets Field. A mistake by Freddy Hall gifted Sean Houston with the opening goal for the Donegal visitors midway through the first half, […]

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