Limerick G.A.A. Weekend FixturesFixtures for upcoming weekend
St Mary's/Sean Finns GAA Club notesWe played Drom Broadford last Saturday in round-4 of the championship. Playing without a number of regulars due to injury
Dromcollogher/Broadford GAA NotesThis was a game of two halves with Dromcollogher/ Broadford leading by 2-3 to 1-3 with two goals coming from Kevin Noonan and Ray Lynch
Limerick Camogie NotesLimerick's Junior team won what they hope to be the second of three All-Ireland Camogie titles in 2014 with a 2-8 to 1-6 victory over Carlow
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St. Kieran's GAA club notesCounty Senior Football Championship Round 4: St. Kieran's 2.8 Newcastlewest 1.12
St. Patricks club notesOur senior footballers have reached the knockout stages of the Limerick senior football championship which is sponsored by Irish Wire Products Ltd
City Board NotesThe Patsy Nicholas Bar Gerald Griffin Street Junior A Hurling Championship saw victories for Ballybrown and Patrickswell over the weekend.
Limerick Bord na nOg Fixtures & ResultsBord na nOg Fixtures for upcoming week
Fr Caseys GAA club notesLast Thursday evening our Junior team played Ballingarry in the Junior Championship in Newcastlewest.
Fantastic All-Ireland Football 7's in RatoathIt is a newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have senior teams participating from all of Ireland.
Patrickswell GAA NotesThe Senior Hurlers maintained their interest in the County Championship with a comprehensive 2-16 to 0-12 victory
Monaleen club notesJunior B Hurlers won well on Sunday at home to Patrickswell, with a scoreline of 2 - 17 to 7 points.
Gold for John "Bullet" LoftusFondly known as John "Bullet" Loftus, the Clarina man took Gold in the 100m Sprint for the fourth time in a row at a European Transplant & Dialysis Games.
Championship tweets: Marty gives Rachel a drenching!Sky Sports Rachel Wyse enlisted the services of none other than Marty Morrissey to help her complete her ice bucket challenge in Croke Park yesterday.
Irish ranked in top three positionIrish ranked in top three position after success at European Transplant & Dialysis Sports Championships
Na Piarsaigh GAA Club NotesOur senior hurlers qualified for the County Semi Finals on Tuesday after a hard fought group game versus Granagh
Ahane club notesTo all involved with Limerick Junior Camoige team on their All-Ireland win on Sunday last in Moneygall.
Caherline GAA notesNo Jackpot winner last week so This weeks Jackpot €2750 this weeks draw will take place on Friday 30th August in Lynch's Bar Caherconlish
Ballybrown GAA club notesO Sullivan Centra Ballybrown Senior Juvenile and Camogie Club are coming together to host a family day out in Ballybrown
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Fellas just stood up. It was exhilarating to watch. We had guys who weren't just going to lose."
Scramble for hurling final tickets beginsThe annual scramble for All-Ireland hurling final tickets has begun in earnest.
Camogie: All-Ireland final places up for grabs on SaturdayIt's a busy weekend at senior and premier junior level, while the junior A final also takes place.
Two gloves will become the norm in hurling - CrowleyDr Paddy Crowley reckons all hurlers will soon wear two gloves to protect themselves against hand injuries.
Plenty to play for in SHCThe remaining two places in the Limerick senior hurling championship knockout stages are up for grabs.
Ryan: We don't fear KilkennyLimerick minor manager Brian Ryan is adamant that his charges won't fear Kilkenny in the All-Ireland minor hurling championship final.
Munster football minnows seek return of open drawLimerick, Clare, Tipperary and Waterford are set to lobby the Munster Council for the open draw format to be reinstated to its provincial senior football championship.
Previews: last two ladies semi-final places up for grabs on SaturdayTwo places in the last four of the TG4 All-Ireland are on the table this weekend while the junior finalist will also be decided.
Proposal to restrict match-day squads to 26As part of a tightening up on match-day regulations, the CCCC is proposing that team managers must name 26-man squads well in advance of matches and stick to it.
Claughaun GAA club notesOur footballers are out this Friday in Mungret against Na Piarsaigh at 7.15
St Mary's/Sean Finns GAA Club notesAll roads lead to Feenagh this Saturday evening (August 23rd) for Round 4 of the Senior Football Championship.
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Limerick camogie notesLimerick's Intermediate Camogie team booked their placed in the All-Ireland Final with a tense 0-9 to 0-8 win over Waterford in Carlow on Saturday.
City Board results & fixturesNa Piarsiagh recorded a Comprehensive victory over Mungret shooting a massive 6-17 in the process whilst Patrickswell despite being under some pressure in the first half from Old Christians came away with eleven points to spare at the end of that game.
Dromcollogher/ Broadford GAA NotesThis was a very tight game with Ballylanders getting the win on the night to put on top of group with three played three wins on 6 points, with Dromcollogher/ Broadford and St. Patrick's level on 4 points each
St Kieran's club notesAfter securing three wins in their opening three matches the senior footballers face their toughest test to date when they face off against rivals Newcastlewest in round 4 of the County Championship on Saturday evening.
Dunne: there's a trend emerging here and it can't be ignoredTipperary's 2001 All-Ireland winning captain Tommy Dunne agrees that "something is going to have to be done" about the structure of the senior hurling championship.
Ballysteen GAA club notesOn Monday evening our junior side took on St Senans in a west quarter final.
Fr Caseys GAA club notesFr. Casey's were looking to win the West Intermediate Championship for the first time on Friday evening against stern opposition in the form of St. Senan's who are only in their second year outside of the senior grade in Limerick football.
St Patricks GAA notesThis Saturday evening our senior footballers continue their next step to reached the knockout stages of the county senior football championship following their victory over St. Mary's/Sean Finns in the last round we now face neighbours Monaleen in Claughaun with a throw in time at 6.30pm.
Limerick Camogie FundraiserLimerick camogie is on a steady upward curve and 2014 has already been an incredible year for the girls in green with a first ever All-Ireland minor A title
Monaleen club notesMEMBERSHIP is now overdue due for 2014, deadline 31st March. €50 full membership, €30 for Students and Social Membership.
Patrickswell GAA notesCongratulations to Limerick's Minor hurlers and their Patrickswell contingent after they produced an emphatic display to beat Galway in the All-Ireland Championship semi-final.
Hurling top scorers: Wham-bam CallananSeamus Callanan's haul of 2-4 in the All-Ireland semi-final has put him within touching distance of Paul Shiels in the hurling top scorer chart.
Last year is "water under the bridge", says RyanLimerick minor manager Brian Ryan refused to dwell on his side's controversial defeat to Galway last year after yesterday's All-Ireland semi-final.
Ahane GAA Club NotesThis years Dog Night will take place on the 27th September 2014. As form previous years this has been one of the best night out for all club patrons.
Championship tweets: "These hurling fellas don't even wear gloves"Set to miss next Saturday's All-Ireland U-21 HC semi-final against Antrim with a broken hand, Clare's Shane O'Donnell had something to say on Joey Barton's 'fingers like steel' tweet ...
Limerick GAA Commercial manager flies out to Transplant GamesA Limerick man was one of 34 athletes who flew out to Krakow over the weekend to represent Ireland at the 8th European Transplant & Dialysis Sports Championships.
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Ballybrown club notesAfter two great wins we were brought down to earth on Saturday evening in Mungret when St. Patricks beat us by two points in a very forget-able match.

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Following their win over Tipperary in the Munster SHC, can Limerick win an All-Ireland?

Yes, we can beat anyone
No, we won't be able to sustain that high a level of performance
If we get past Kilkenny we won't be beaten