Limerick has spoken — The newly elected members of Limerick City and County Council

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Mayor of Limerick, Cllr James Collins celebrates after topping the polls in City West. Picture Brendan Gleeson
Cllr Frankie Daly with family members after being re-elected at the Limerick Local Elections at Greenpark Racecourse.
Picture Brendan Gleeson

LIMERICK CITY NORTH – (7 seats)

Frankie Daly (Independent) – 1,861

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Olivia O’Sullivan (Fine Gael) – 1,621

Kieran O’Hanlon (Fianna Fáil) – 1,571

Brian Leddin (Green Party) – 1,503

Conor Sheehan (Labour) – 1,273

John Costelloe (Sinn Féin) – 1,270

Sharon Benson (Sinn Féin) – 1,041

LIMERICK CITY WEST – (7 seats)

Mayor of Limerick, Cllr James Collins celebrates after topping the polls in City West.
Picture Brendan Gleeson

James Collins (Fianna Fáil) – 1,375

Daniel Butler (Fine Gael) – 1,326

Joe Leddin (Labour) – 1,237

Fergus Kilcoyne (Independent) – 1,186

Dan McSweeney (Fine Gael) – 1,200

Elisa O’Donovan (Social Democrats) – 1,171

Abul Kalam Azad Talukder (Fianna Fáil) – 990

Sean Hartigan and Brian Leddin of the Green Party after being elected to Limerick City and County Council.
Picture Brendan Gleeson

LIMERICK CITY EAST – (7 seats)

Sean Hartigan (Green Party) – 1,497

Elena Secas (Labour) – 1,488

Catherine Slattery (Fianna Fáil) – 1,482

Michael Murphy (Fine Gael) – 1,386

Sarah Kiely (Fine Gael) – 1,329

Jerry O’Dea (Fianna Fáil) – 1,099

Michael Sheahan (FG) – 1,137

ADARE-RATHKEALE – (6 seats)

Cllr Richard O’Donoghue, Independent, and Cllr Adam Teskey, Fine Gael, at the election count.
Photo: Cian Reinhardt

Adam Teskey (Fine Gael) – 2,459

Stephen Keary (Fine Gael) – 2,082

Richard O’Donoghue (Independent) – 1,888

Emmett O’Brien (Independent) – 1,939

Bridie Collins (Fianna Fáil) – 1,627

Kevin Sheahan (Fianna Fáil) – 1,611

Cllr Tom Ruddle, Cllr Jerome Scanlon and Cllr Liam Galvin after being elected in Newcastle West District. Also pictured is Tom Neville TD (second left).
Photo; Brendan Gleeson

NEWCASTLE WEST – (6 seats)

Jerome Scanlan (Fine Gael) – 2,512

Michael Collins (Fianna Fáil) – 2,193

Liam Galvin (Fine Gael) – 2,124

John Sheahan (Fine Gael) – 1,796

Francis Foley (Fianna Fáil) – 1,844

Tom Ruddle (Fine Gael) – 1,808

CAPPAMORE-KILMALLOCK – (7 seats)

Cllr Brigid Teefy celebrates after topping the poll in Cappamore-Kilmallock.
Photo: Brendan Gleeson

Brigid Teefy (Independent) – 2,420

Martin Ryan (Fianna Fáil) – 2,157

Gerald Mitchell (Fine Gael) – 2,017

Eddie Ryan (Fianna Fáil) – 1,923

John Egan (Fine Gael) – 1,721

PJ Carey (Independent) – 1,696

Michael Donegan (Fianna Fáil) – 1,558