The Sporting Limerick Podcast


Sporting Limerick with huge thanks to Limerick College of Further Education is delighted to announce the launch of a weekly Sporting Limerick podcast, a look at the latest local, national and international sports stories each Thursday evening.  The Podcast features a panel discussion of four guests made up of local sports media, sports fans and sports stars and promises a relaxed look at the sporting topics of the day. The Podcast is produced each week by Media students at Limerick College of Further Education and is available to listen to on or


Patrick Hogan, Media Department, Limerick College of Further Education,  added; “We are delighted to get involved in the Sporting Limerick Podcast initiative as it provides a great opportunity for students on our media courses to see at first-hand how the programme is produced. Through the support of my colleagues, Arlene Douglas, Head of Media, and Pat Maunsell, College Director, I am really pleased that we are able to provide the facilities to record the podcast at LCFE as we prepare to launch our own online radio station ‘iMix’ in the coming weeks.”
Sporting Limerick is a non-commercial brand that captures all that is good and positive about Limerick sport. The Sporting Limerick logo is carried by Limerick College of Further Education, UL Bohemians, Limerick FC, Limerick Cycling Club, Cycle 4 Sick Children, Limerick Greyhound Track, Limerick Racecourse, Limerick GAA, Limerick Institute of Technology, Joe Lawlor Coaches, Laochra Sports Gear and more. The Brand is available for use by  all clubs, community groups, educational institutions and organisations who wish to promote Limerick’s unique Sporting Culture.  
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At the launch of the Sporting Limerick Podcast in association with Limerick College of Further Education were,  seated Pat Maunsell, Director LCFE.. standing Steven Miller, Sports Editor, Limerick Leader; Donn O’Sullivan, Sports  Editor, Limerick Post and Liam Aherne, Sports Editor, Limerick Live 95FM.