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All Ireland glory for Limerick at Awards ceremony

All Ireland glory for Limerick at Awards ceremony

| March 14, 2017

LIMERICK schools enjoyed a successful night at the Cumann na mBunscol Awards sponsored by Cornmarket Financial Services which were held in Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh last Saturday night. Over 200 guests attended from all parts of Ireland. The award for Best GAA School in the Large Schools category went to Drimnagh Castle NS from Walkinstown in […]

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UL claim O’Connor Cup crown

UL claim O’Connor Cup crown

| March 14, 2017

UL claimed their third O’Connor Cup crown in four seasons last weekend with a 2-5 to 0-8 win over UCC in Castlebar. A second half penalty from Cork’s Eimear Scally saw of the Rebel side in what was an exciting game played in front of a large crowd. Leading at half time, the UL side […]

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Game on for para-athlete Dylan Prenderville

Game on for para-athlete Dylan Prenderville

| March 13, 2017

TALKING to the Prenderville’s family on a blustery Wednesday afternoon in Clonlara, Sarah Loughnane of the Barringtons Hospital Great Limerick Run had the pleasure of meeting Dylan Prenderville. Dylan is a Munster para-swimmer, sport lover and son of Mary and Tom Prenderville. He who was born with Achondroplasia. Achondroplasia is most common form of Dwarfism […]

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Limerick FC battle bravely in defeat to Dundalk – by David Byrne

Limerick FC battle bravely in defeat to Dundalk – by David Byrne

| March 11, 2017

AN EARLY contender for goal of the season from Dundalk’s Patrick McEleney was the difference between the County Louth side and Limerick FC at Oriel Park on Friday night. Despite the result, Martin Russell’s side can take many positives from the game as they battled well throughout but in the end, Stephen Kenny’s men did […]

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Limerick FC must return to Derry as match abandoned – by David Byrne

Limerick FC must return to Derry as match abandoned – by David Byrne

| March 6, 2017

LIMERICK FC’s SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixture with Derry City at Maginn Park, Buncrana on Friday night had to be abandoned because of floodlight failure. The Super Blues had started brightly when Dean Clarke put his side ahead after six minutes before Ronan Curtis equalised 12 minutes later at the rain-soaked venue. Derry were […]

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AVIVA Soccer Sisters coming to Limerick

AVIVA Soccer Sisters coming to Limerick

| March 5, 2017

THE FAI and AVIVA have announced that 130 FAI Soccer Sister Camps will take place across the country during the Easter school holidays including nine camps in Limerick.  As part of this year’s Aviva FAI Soccer Sisters programme, girls between the ages of 7 and 12 years old from all over the country are being […]

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Ulster Bank League Weekend Previews

Ulster Bank League Weekend Previews

| March 4, 2017

ROUND 14 of the Ulster Bank League takes place this weekend after a weekend break for most of Limerick’s seven senior clubs. Young Munster’s who lost out to Cork Con 14-0 in the Munster Senior Cup last weekend travel to UCD on Saturday. The men from the Yellow Road know that an away win could […]

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Crescent College Comprehensive claim U/19 All Ireland Basketball Crown

Crescent College Comprehensive claim U/19 All Ireland Basketball Crown

| March 3, 2017

Crescent College Comprehensive claimed the SUBWAY All Ireland Under 19 B Schools Cup this week with a one point win over reigning champions St Mary’s Diocesan School of Drogheda. Indeed, St Mary’s held the lead (41-40) with just 11 seconds on the clock, but a jump ball call saw possession go to Crescent College and […]

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Munster name side for Cardiff away clash

Munster name side for Cardiff away clash

| March 3, 2017

Munster Director of Rugby Rassie Erasmus makes five changes and names Billy Holland as captain for tomorrow’s Guinness PRO12 round 17 clash away to Cardiff Blues at 5.15pm. Darren O’Shea comes in to partner Holland in the second row with Robin Copeland making his return from a thumb injury to start at number 8. Ian […]

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Limerick FC take strong squad to Derry

Limerick FC take strong squad to Derry

| March 3, 2017

LIMERICK FC have taken a strong 18 man squad to Maginn Park for tonight’s Premier Division clash with Derry City. Dave O’Connor (hand), Shane Tracy (back), and John O’Flynn (calf) remain unavailable for selection due to injury, however hat trick hero from last weekend’s win over Sligo Rovers, Rodrigo Tosi, is available to start. Kick […]

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