We had a resounding win over the East Limerick side at a very wet Culhane park last Friday night
The 2017 M. Donnelly GAA All-Ireland Poc Fada Finals was officially launched by GAA Leas-Uachtarán, Jim Bolger in Croke Park today.
The Australian Rules Football League Of Ireland has today released the squads which will take part in the sixth edition of the AFL International Cup in Melbourne, the sports de facto World Cup.
Peter Casey admits that home advantage should be a help to Limerick in tomorrow night's Munster U21 HC final.
Sat, 29 Jul, Venue: Caherconlish, (Round 4), Doon V South Liberties 19:00, Ref: Johnny Murphy
Under 16 Hurling Division 1 Murroe Boher walkover Ahane conceded.
So far in the Championship we have played three games.
Fri 28th July at 7.30pm: Junior A Hurling Championship. Feenagh Kilmeedy V Killeedy at Drom.
A draw in Mungret last Monday was a good result for us given how we played overall.
Galway and Mayo have both safely negotiated the choppy waters of the back door series and are looking forward to the last eight of the All-Ireland SFC series...
Tipperary and Waterford advanced to the penultimate stage of this year's All-Ireland SHC at the expense of Clare and Wexford respectively.
The Limerick U21 team has been picked ahead of their much anticipated U21 Munster hurling final clash with Cork on Wednesday evening at the Gaelic Grounds.
The Senior Hurling County Championship match with Monaleen has been fixed for Sunday July 30 at 5.15pm in the Gaelic Grounds. Please support this big match for the club.
Get your leg warmers on !!! Fr. Caseys GAA Club are hosting an 80's Night Fundraiser on Saturday August 12th @ 9pm in the GAA Clubhouse, Abbeyfeale.
Our minor hurlers were back in Championship action last Friday when Kilmallock came to Pairc Dromguil for a very important fixture especially for our lads.
Davy Fitz wasn't happy with some of the Twitter activity yesterday...
Nobody in the Tipperary set-up paid any heed to what was going on in Bruff even though they needed Wexford to account for Limerick to have a chance of reaching the quarter-finals of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship.
"I think that RTÉ should go and have a look at themselves and get analysts who have been on the sideline and who know what the story is about and that's how I feel strongly about it."
On the playing field the junior b hurlers had a good win over Pallasgreen,the minor footballers lost to Pallasgreen and the u 14 hurlers lost to Monaleen.
Another good win in the league in a very open contest, a Kieran Ryan Goal proving decisive.
There was football and hurling action down for decision this afternoon as the championships entered their final rounds.
The final round of the group stages of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was certain to be dramatic with so much yet to be decided and that's how it proved.