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Delta Lloyd gets her lift to Rio

Delta Lloyd gets her lift to Rio

| February 10, 2009

LIMERICK man, Team Delta Lloyd / Chieftain / Village Banking CEO and Volvo Ocean race entrant, Ger O’Rourke, reported better news from the realms of the Volvo Ocean Race and the carnage that was leg four of the epic round the world sailing marathon. This Monday, Delta Lloyd, the 70ft first generation Open 70 yacht, […]

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Earls added to extended Irish squad

Earls added to extended Irish squad

| February 10, 2009

Munster and Ireland back, Keith Earls, was added to an extended squad as the the Ireland rugby team came back into camp on Monday ahead of Sunday’s second game of the RBS 6 Nations Championship against Italy in Rome. Earls, together with another additional five players were added to last weekend’s 22 players who were […]

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19th eircom/FAI International Award winners announced

19th eircom/FAI International Award winners announced

| February 9, 2009

The 19th eircom/FAI International Soccer Awards were announced before over 800 guests, including the Minister for Education and Science, Mr. Batt O’Keeffe at Citywest Hotel, Saggart over the weekend. Eighteen awards were announced on RTÉ 2 including the Senior International Player accolade which was awarded to Kevin Doyle.

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Fritz cited for “gouge” incident

Fritz cited for “gouge” incident

| February 9, 2009

Following a review of the RBS Six Nations game between France and Ireland on Saturday last, Florian Fritz, centre for France and Stade Toulousain, has been cited by the independent Six Nations citing commissioner for allegedly making contact with the eyes or eyes area of an opponent during the game. Fritz has 14 caps for […]

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Ireland 30 – 21 France, Croke Park

Ireland 30 – 21 France, Croke Park

| February 9, 2009

AS Ireland recorded a huge victory against France last Saturday, the wheels of motion were put into full swing for Ireland to make a serious challenge for this season’s Six Nations Championship. With captain O’Driscoll shedding the stigma of a loss of form of late, he came to the fore in a match that truly […]

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Something for the weekend February 7/8

Something for the weekend February 7/8

| February 6, 2009

1 out of 5 dentists recommend the Limerick Post Donn’s weekly round up of all things sporting on the box. Soccer THE transfer window saga is now over and the credit crunch seems to have hit there too. This weekend a few new faces will be on display on our screens and some old too. […]

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RBS Six nations interview with Paddy Wallace

RBS Six nations interview with Paddy Wallace

| February 5, 2009

Andrew Carey spoke to Ulster and Ireland centre Paddy Wallace on his inclusion in the starting 15 WITH a boyish zeal and excitement, Paddy Wallace joined a small cluster of the press gang to speak on his inclusion in Declan Kidney’s side to face France in the RBS Six nations opening game in Croke Park […]

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Justin ‘the beginning’

Justin ‘the beginning’

| February 5, 2009

THIS Sunday at 2.30 in the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick senior hurlers embark on a new journey. That journey is being led by new manager Justin Mc Carthy. The Cork native has been no stranger to success throughout his career as a player with the rebel county and more recently as manager to the Deise. In […]

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RBS Six Nations – Tomas O’Leary interview

RBS Six Nations – Tomas O’Leary interview

| February 5, 2009

Donn O Sullivan spoke to Munster and Ireland scrum half Tomas O’Leary this week TWO years ago, as France scored in the final seconds to beat Ireland, in what turned out to a championship winning moment, Tomas O Leary was not on the field. In fact, he wasn’t even in Croke Park. The Cork native […]

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Kidney names his side to face France

Kidney names his side to face France

| February 3, 2009

DECLAN Kidney made some bold moves at the Strand Hotel in Limerick this Tuesday on announcing his starting 15 and replacements to face France this Saturday in Croke Park (5pm). From a Munster perspective, eight players make the starting 15 with two more occupying seats on the bench. But in the most notable of selections, […]

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