Limerick senior hurlers look to add the Munster Senior Hurling Championship to their Al Ireland and National League titles this Sunday when they welcome the Premier County
1 Day Adventure World summer Camp for Killeedy's young people on Friday 5th July 2019. All 5-14 years old.
Last week, all at Ballysteen GAA were saddened at the passing of Albert Bourke.
This was a very tight match game played down in Newcastle West, on last Saturday night
Patrickswell claimed our first silverware of the season when the Junior A hurlers beat Claughaun in the City League final
We played with the aid of a breeze in the first half and played well making it a very tight evenly contested half.
The jackpot is now €1,200 and the draw takes place at the clubhouse Monday June 24th at 9pm. The spinners are as follows:
The jackpot now stands at €8200.
Galbally GAA held a very successful blitz on Saturday 15th June.
A huge weekend is coming, as our U-14 footballers travel to Féile Peil na nÓg 2019!
The club would like to wish Gearoid Hegarty, Diarmuid Hegarty and Sean Mortell the very best in the Munster minor and Senior hurling finals next Sunday
Mayo will host Armagh in Round 3 of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers while Tyrone have been handed a tricky trip to Kildare.
It has been a tough few weeks for Limerick football manager Billy Lee whose beloved mother and GAA stalwart Mary passed away on June 6 last.
James Dolan and Joe Halligan scored goals either side of half-time as Westmeath chalked up their expected victory over Limerick at TEG Cusack Park.
It was a massive day in the football championship with the Munster final taking place as well as seven second-round Qualifiers.
Goals from Aoibhin Murphy, Michaela Cumes and Áine Cleary saw Limerick crowned All-Ireland U14 Silver champions after a dominant performance against Tipperary at St Rynagh's Park in Banagher.
There are three provincial titles up for grabs this weekend in the All-Ireland senior football championships while the second round of the qualifiers sees eight games down for decision across the country. Here are our previews:
Westmeath manager Jack Cooney has made one change to his side for tomorrow evening's SFC Round 2 qualifier clash against Limerick.
The Round 3 qualifier draw of the 2019 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship will take place next Monday morning.
Here is the latest instalment of our football rankings.
There's another bumper weekend of Ladies Football fixtures in store - with four All-Ireland U14 Finals and two TG4 Connacht Championship deciders on the agenda.
Another Kerryman will line out for a different county in the football championship this weekend.
Sunday week's Munster senior hurling championship final between Limerick and Tipperary is set to see a full house at the LIT Gaelic Grounds with the public sale of tickets now sold out.
Former Tipperary All-Ireland winner Eoin Kelly says the Premier men will be facing a different animal when they take on Limerick in Sunday week's Munster SHC final.
If ever an entire squad's opinion on a manager was put perfectly, then Westmeath manager Joe Quaid has put it at his eloquent best.
Tipperary has revealed that defender Cathal Barrett suffered a 'mild hamstring tear' in Sunday's Munster SHC victory over Limerick.
Our Intermediate Footballers were in action in the All County League Division 1, last Monday evening when Fr Caseys provided the opposition in a well presented Bog Garden.
It has been confirmed that Tipperary attacker Patrick 'Bonner' Maher suffered a season-ending cruciate ligament injury on Sunday.
We travelled to Na Piarsaigh to face a very strong team.
Patrickswell were held to a draw in the All County Hurling League in Doon
Seamus Callanan was delighted that Tipperary maintained their 100% championship record with victory over Limerick.
This was a very one-sided game played down in Feenagh at the break with Granagh/ Ballingarry leading by 2-7 to 0-6
Best wishes to Darragh Treacy and Sean McSweeney and the Limerick senior football panel who make the journey up to the Midlands this Saturday evening
Here are the players that made our team of the week after a drama-packed weekend in the hurling championship…
Limerick and Tipperary could be sick of the sight of each other before this year's hurling championship is done.
Limerick hurling legend Ciaran Carey is back involved with the county's camogie team in an advisory capacity.
Best of luck to the Askeaton hurling team, who begin their Championship campaign in the coming weeks with clashes against Feenagh/Kilmeedy and St. Kieran's on the horizon.
Limerick will contest the Munster minor and senior hurling finals on June 30th in the Gaelic Grounds