Tag: Music Limerick

In Pics – Limerick suffer NHL semi final defeat to Galway

In Pics – Limerick suffer NHL semi final defeat to Galway

| April 16, 2017

ACTION from today’s Limerick versus Galway NHL semi final at the Gaelic Grounds. Limerick suffered a 1-21 to 1-11 loss to the Tribesmen, as the wait for a National Hurling league title extends into a 12th season. Galway will face Tipperary in the final, next Sunday April 29, in the Gaelic Grounds. SCORERS: Limerick: Shane […]

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Limerick musician Niamh Dunne on Ed Sheeran’s new album

Limerick musician Niamh Dunne on Ed Sheeran’s new album

| January 12, 2017

TRAD band Beoga describe themselves as “four Nordy lads and a Limerick lass”. That lass is Niamh Dunne. She sings and plays fiddle with Beoga who recorded with Ed Sheeran at his studio in the UK during the Summer. In an interview with BBC Radio One. Sheeran confirmed that Beoga had spent a week in […]

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Limerick hurlers start 2017 with a win (Pics)

Limerick hurlers start 2017 with a win (Pics)

| January 8, 2017

PICTURES from Limerick’s 0-24 to 0-14 win over Waterford in the Munster Senior Hurling league this afternoon in Fraher Field. The game was the first in charge for Limerick’s new manager John Kiely. For more on this game, check out this Thursday’s Limerick Post Newspaper. SCORERS: Limerick: John Fitzgibbon 0-8 (6frees), Alan Dempsey 0-7, Seanie Tobin […]

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Opinion – Here we go again

Opinion – Here we go again

| June 24, 2016

‘INSANITY: Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results’ – Albert Einstein. THIS composite picture was used in July last year under the same headline. Twelve months on, has anything improved for Limerick hurling? The Division 1B league title was the target this season; that has come and passed. What now? […]

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GAA – Limerick name side to face Tipperary in Thurles

GAA – Limerick name side to face Tipperary in Thurles

| June 17, 2016

THE LIMERICK senior hurling management team have named their starting fifteen for Sunday’s Munster Hurling semi final clash with Tipperary in Thurles. The side, which will be captained by Nickie Quaid, sees four championship debutants. Diarmuid Byrnes, Richie English, Gearoid Hegarty and Barry Nash will all taste Munster Senior Championship action for the first time, […]

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Rugby – Club rugby’s top stars to be honoured as Ulster Bank League Awards return

Rugby – Club rugby’s top stars to be honoured as Ulster Bank League Awards return

| May 13, 2016

The best of Irish club rugby will gather at the Aviva Stadium next Wednesday 18th May as the Ulster Bank  League Awards will take place for their fourth consecutive year. The awards, which recognise and celebrate the dedication and commitment shown by players, coaches and teams, across all Ulster Bank League Divisions, will once again […]

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#WATCH #Limerick Diocese votes for unified and inclusive Church at Synod

#WATCH #Limerick Diocese votes for unified and inclusive Church at Synod

| April 12, 2016

OVER 100 proposals to create a more unified, inclusive and accessible Church in the Diocese of #Limerick were voted on at a three-day Synod in #Limerick over the weekend. Some 97 of the 100 proposals were approved across six themes covering a wide range of issues, from dealing with hurt in the Church to enhancing its […]

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Hitchers reunite for gruelling tour

Hitchers reunite for gruelling tour

| May 22, 2015

AGEING punk rockers and the late John Peel’s favourite Limerick band, The Hitchers are to briefly reunite and undertake a Summer Tour. In what drummer Niall Quinn describes as a, “gruelling gigging schedule that takes them all the way to Galway, then Ennis, then Limerick, then home to bed”, The Hitchers revisit a couple of […]

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The Rubberbandits make Limerick theatrical debut

The Rubberbandits make Limerick theatrical debut

| May 13, 2015

The Rubberbandits are back from performing in Venice for ‘La Biennale di Venezia’ and preparations are well under way for their first theatrical performance in their native city. Blind Boy Boatclub answered Limerick Post’s enquiries. by Eric FitzGerald eric@limerickpost.ie Limerick Post: We have seen The Rubberbandits rock a full tent at Electric Picnic at 2am […]

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#music Limerick show for Don McLean

#music Limerick show for Don McLean

| May 8, 2015

Legendary singer-songwriter Don McLean has added a Limerick date to his upcoming American Troubadour World Tour. His 1971 album ‘American Pie’ spent seven weeks at the top of the charts and its title track made him an international star. ‘American Pie’ was named the fifth greatest song of the 20th Century by the NEA-RIAA (after, […]

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