Saturday's All-Ireland U21 football final will mark an historic occasion as it will be the last ever at this grade.
Ahane will face Newcastle West in next week's Senior League Final after they overcame Killeedy in the semi-final by 2-18 to 0-11 and Newcastle West received a walkover from Granagh Ballingarry.
Our Senior Footballers opened their Championship season when paired against Monaleen, reigning County Champions, last Saturday evening in Clarina.
Limerick have unveiled their 31-man senior hurling championship panel for 2017.
Under 15 Hurling Division 1
Training on Friday evenings at 6:30 in Tournafulla. Training also for U12s on Saturday morning at 10am.
Last Monday we travelled to Crecora for our third and final match before the break for the exams
Our intermediate footballers lost out by the narrowest of margins to Bruff last Sunday evening in Hospital.
There was disappointment for our footballers as they fell to Claughaun in the City Intermediate final on bank holiday Monday.
Galway issued a statement of intent in the league final against Tipperary while Meath and Laois enjoyed Leinster SHC successes. Here's our hurling team of the week...
Our minor hurlers.opened their Championship campaign on Friday when Mungret arrivef to Pairc Dromguil.
The Senior Hurlers produced a stirring second half performance to beat Ahane in the All-County Hurling League.
Well done to our u21 hurlers on wining the county championship in Bruff
President Michael D. Higgins joined in on the Galway league celebrations...
"No, I can't explain it. That was the worst performance we've had in the length of time I've been looking after these boys!"
Similar to the first round game last year in the county senior championship , we went down in a high scoring game
Fr. Caseys Seniors made the short trip to Newcastle West last Thursday evening to face newly promoted Adare in round 1 of the County Senior Football Championship
The Club Players' Association (CPA) has held talks with both the GAA and GPA over reform of the playing schedule.
The race for the Limerick SFC title begins this weekend and won't be completed for six months.
Limerick manager John Kiely has revealed that the end of their NHL campaign doesn't mean the door closes on opportunities for players to impress.
Pat McEnaney says county teams that receive a high number of black cards only have themselves to blame.
After a very successful first year, the Celtic Challenge returns for the second year with a new title sponsor - Bank of Ireland.