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Wednesday's U21 Football Previews

Wednesday 19th March, 2014


Wednesday's U21 Football Previews There's a busy night ahead in the Cadbury U21 Football Championship, with a total of eight games taking place in three provinces. The four quarter-finals take place in Ulster, while there are two games each in Leinster and Munster respectively. Scroll down for full fixture information and previews below: Cadbury Ulster U21 Football Championship Quarter-Finals Wednesday, March 19 Armagh v Antrim, Athletic Grounds, 8pm Cavan v Tyrone, Kingspan Breffni Park,...

The Senior Scór table quiz Clochán on Tuesday next,

Wednesday 19th March, 2014


A Rúnaíagus a chairde,
The Senior Scór table quiz will be held in C.L.C.G. Clochán on Tuesday next, 25th Márta, ar a hocht a chlog. Each team will consist of 4 adults and there will be 10 rounds of 10 questions. I have attached the quiz categories for your team. Could we have 10€ per team to cover expenses on the night? I am hoping that all clubs will enter a team on the night because the winners will represent Limerick in the All Ireland final of Scór in April. Every club should aspire to winning this competition...

Irish Daily Star Camogie League Division 1 Round-up

Tuesday 18th March, 2014


Irish Daily Star Camogie League Division 1 Round-up Dublin left it left but hit six unanswered points to snatch a 1-15 to 4-6 draw against Tipperary in Group 2 of Division 1 of the Irish Daily Star Camogie League . Ciara Berkeley grabbed the all important equalising score but there were a number of players who stood up when their team needed them most. Dublin held a slender 1-5 to 1-4 lead at the half time break after Áine Fanning responded to Aoife McGrath’s early Tipp goal. Tipperary took charge in the early part of...

South G.A.A. Notes

Tuesday 18th March, 2014


SOUTH GAA : (Hugh Murphy) Under 21 Hurling Championship Semi Finalists decided. It was a very busy time in the South GAA circles over the St Patrick's weekend with five very important games being played. Starting on Friday evening which saw two under 21 hurling championship (Sponsored by AIB Kilmallock) played under the lights in Kilbreedy where neighbours Knockainey and St John's opened the proceedings and after a great first half in which they were aided by the stiff breeze Knockainey held on for a well...

Limerick Ladies Football Notes:

Tuesday 18th March, 2014


Under 14 County Team: Limerick Lose out to Waterford on the Scoreline: Limerick 4-03 to Waterford's 5-07: Limerick’s under 14 team took on the All Ireland Champions in Ballybrickan GAA Pitch, last Saturday, 15 M arch. Limerick were expecting a tough encounter from the Champions. Limerick aided by a strong breeze in the first half, played exhibition football and got excellent scores from Lauren Ryan (Captain) 2-1, Orla Regan 1-0 and Ciara Ryan 0-1 and Waterford responded with 1-2 to leave the half time score:...

Limerick Camogie Notes:

Tuesday 18th March, 2014


Limerick Shock All-Ireland Champions Galway Limerick 2-10 (1-03) Galway 1-09 (0-06) Irish Daily Star National Camogie League Division 1 Sunday 16th March 1pm, Kilmallock Limerick pulled off the shock of the weekend in Camogie and in the process gained some measure of revenge over Galway for defeat in last year's All-Ireland Intermediate final with a 2-10 to 1-9 win in Kilmallock. But the win was even more impressive than that would suggest as the team they beat was not the Intermediate victors but their...

Limerick U21 Football team to face Cork is Announced:

Tuesday 18th March, 2014


Limerick U21 footballers will face Cork in the Cadbury Munster GAA football under 21 championship Semi-Final tomorrow evening Wednesday March 19th at 7:30pm in Pairc Ui Rinn. The Limerick U21 manager Diarmuid Sheehy and his selectors Kieran Dore, Moss McCarthy and Brian O Connell has named their team and panel 1, James O’ Meara (Fr Caseys), 2, Ryan Meagher (St Patricks), 3, Kevin Brosnan (Monagea)(Captain), 4, Alan Finnegan (Na Piarsiagh), 5, Stephen Cahill (Mountcollins), 6, Kieran Larkin (Banogue), 7,...

U21 Game OFF

Tuesday 18th March, 2014


This evening’s County Premier U21 Hurling Championship

Limerick G.A.A. Tuesday Fixture

Tuesday 18th March, 2014


Limerick G.A.A. Tuesday Fixture Tuesday 18th March County Premier U21 Hurling Championship Doon v Ahane in Rhebogue at 8pm.

Portumna claim fourth All-Ireland Club title

Monday 17th March, 2014


Portumna claim fourth All-Ireland Club title AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Final: Portumna 0-19 MLR 0-11 Portumna claimed their fourth AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Club Championship title with an eight-point win over Mount Leinster Rangers at Croke Park on St. Patrick’s Day. Joe Canning hit 0-10 for the Galway kingpins while his older brother, 37-year-old Ollie, scored three points from play and lifted the Tommy Moore Cup for the third time after a comfortable win. MLR’s...

GAA National Club Draw Results Announced

Monday 17th March, 2014


GAA National Club Draw Results Announced The first ever GAA National Club Draw took place today, March 17 2014 in Croke Park. A total of €2.45m was raised which goes directly back to the 957 clubs that participated. “First time this initiative has taken place and we hope to see it become bigger and better in years to come. The Finance Committee came up with the idea and delighted to support the initiative that and benefits our clubs directly “ WINNERS: 1) Trip to 2014 International Rules Series in Australia-...

Limerick G.A.A. Monday Results:

Monday 17th March, 2014


Limerick G.A.A. Monday Results Monday 17th March City U21 Hurling Championship Sporsored by Nolan Motor Factor’s Henry St. Kildimo/Pallaskenry 2-12 Monaleen 2-24 City Intermediate Hurling Championship 1/4 final: Mike O Connells Menswear Catherine St. Ballybrown 0-14 Mungret 3-21. East G.A.A. East U 21 Hurling Championship Sponsored by Ryan & Riordan Insurance Ltd Pallasgreen 3-15 Murroe/Boher 2-10 South G.A.A. Under 21 Hurling Championship. Sponsored by AIB...

Preview: All-Ireland Club Hurling Final:

Monday 17th March, 2014


All-Ireland Club Hurling Final Team Guide: By Brian Murphy Ahead of their AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Final against Portumna on today St Patrick's Day, we take a closer look at Carlow and Leinster champions Mount Leinster Rangers. Mount Leinster Rangers Who are they? Founded in 1987 with the amalgamation of three existing clubs in the parish - Borris, Ballymurphy and Rathanna – Mount Leinster Rangers are a relatively new club. Based deep in the hurling heartland of south...

Preview: All-Ireland Club football Final:

Monday 17th March, 2014


Preview: All-Ireland Club football Final teams: By Brian Murphy Ahead of their AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Final against St Vincent’s today St. Patrick's Day, we take a closer look at Mayo and Connacht champions Castlebar Mitchels. Castlebar Mitchels WHO ARE THEY? The reigning Mayo and Connacht senior football champions. Founded way back in 1885, Castlebar Mitchels GAA Club is one of the oldest clubs in Mayo and one of the undisputed aristocrats of Gaelic football in the...

Limerick Supporters Club in Dublin Dinner Dance 2014

Monday 17th March, 2014


The Annual Dinner Dance and Person of the Year Award event for 2014 promises to be a gala night. Once again the Moran Red Cow Hotel in Dublin will be the venue on 21st March for what promises to be night of celebration and enjoyment.The Dinner Dance will honour the recipient of the 2014 Limerick Person of the Year (Dublin) award when incumbent Eamonn Rea will hand over the chain of office (pictured with Club Chair Paul Stapleton).Also honoured on the night will be the captains of the Limerick Senior and Minor hurling teams Donal O'Grady and...

GAA Handball: Sensational action in Kingscourt:

Monday 17th March, 2014


GAA Handball: Sensational action in Kingscourt: Sensational, emotional, and utterly brilliant! There is no other way to describe what unfolded today in Kingscourt HC during the O’Neills GAA Handball All-Ireland Senior Semi-Finals. To any GAA playing member, the Championship is the pinnacle, the one tournament that you desire more than the rest, and today a group of players laid all their cards on the table, leaving nothing in the tank. The action was enthralling, as good a sporting spectacle as one could...

Limerick G.A.A. Monday Fixtures

Monday 17th March, 2014


Limerick G.A.A. Monday Fixtures Monday 17th March City U21 hurling championship Sporsored by Nolan Motor Factor’s Henry St. Kildimo/Pallaskenry v Monaleen in Pallaskenry at 12noon City Intermediate Hurling Championship 1/4 final: Mike O Connells Menswear Catherine St. Ballybrown v Mungret in Monaleen at12noon. East G.A.A. East U 21 Hurling Championship Sponsored by Ryan & Riordan Insurance Ltd Murroe/Boher v Pallasgreen in Murroe at 12noon East Senior Hurling Cup...

Limerick G.A.A. Supporters Club in Dublin

Monday 17th March, 2014


Limerick G.A.A. Supporters Club in Dublin “ On Friday Night 21st March the Limerick GAA Supporters Club in Dublin will hold its Annual Dinner Dance in the lavish surrounds of the Moran's Red Cow Hotel. As a Club we would encourage anybody who lives in, or can be in the Capital that night, to come along. It is a great place to meet fellow GAA Folk or renew acquaintances. It will again, be a Night to celebrate all things Limerick, share ideas on the future of Limerick Sport or just indulge in recollections of past glories....

Limerick G.A.A. Wish you all a Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Sunday 16th March, 2014


Limerick G.A.A. Wish you all a Happy St. Patrick’s Day All in Limerick G.A.A. Would like to wish all Limerick G.A.A. Players, Members, Supporters and all followers of Limerick G.A.A. Avery happy St. Patrick’s Day.

Reports on Allianz Football League Division III Results, Week 5

Sunday 16th March, 2014


Allianz Football League Division III Results, Week 5 Wexford 2-12 Sligo 1-12 Longford 0-10 Cavan 1-9 Limerick 1-06 Fermanagh 0-18 Roscommon 3-19 Offaly 2-04 Cavan and Roscommon both sealed their promotion to Division II on Sunday, making it five wins out of five for each of them in the third tier. They will play in Division II in 2015, and will contest the Division III final at Croke Park on Saturday, April 26. A Martin Dunne penalty at the start of the second half was the key score for Cavan as they defeated local...