Limerick achieve goalLimerick midfielder Paudie O'Brien has revealed that their goal at the start of the year was to return to Croke Park.
Hannon: O'Grady absence motivated usLimerick forward Declan Hannon has revealed that the loss of influential captain Donal O'Grady was a motivating factor for them in their win over Wexford.
Injured O'Grady turns to cryotheraphyLimerick captain Donal O'Grady has been receiving cryotherapy treatment in a bid to be fit for Sunday week's All-Ireland SHC semi-final against Kilkenny.
Newcastlewest club notesFr. Casey's Inch was the venue on Saturday evening last, conditions were excellent and Seamus McNamara refereed.
Watch: brilliant new ad sums up what county minor is all aboutEntitled This.Is.Major, the ad intends to break the mould of traditional GAA advertising and to elevate the stature and understanding of the Minor players' life through a series of scenes including training, matches, school, exams, romance and the debs.
Weekend FixturesLimerick G.A.A. Weekend Fixtures
Claughaun GAA club notesIntermediate footballers are away this Thursday evening at 7pm against Caherally
Fr. Caseys GAA Club NotesPlease note all fixtures are subject to change. It is advisable to check with check officials or on the club website closer to the time of the game.
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Dromcollogher/Broadford GAA club notesThis game is a repeat of the Quarter Final that took place their last year on that day played down in Feenagh, St. Mary's/ Sean Finn's were winners on a scoreline of 1-14 to 0-11
St Mary's/Sean Finns GAA Club notesDrom/Broadford's defeat of Templeglantine two weeks ago completed the group stages of this championship and clarified the knock-out stages.
St Kierans club notesThe senior footballers made the journey to Abbeyfeale on Saturday evening hoping to end a 20 year wait since the club last lifted the West Senior football championship.
St Patricks GAA notesOur junior B football team defeated Crecora by 1-13 to 0-09 in the City junior B football championship last Monday evening in Rhebogue.
Defeat would have set Treaty back years - HannonDeclan Hannon says defeat to Wexford in Sunday's All-Ireland SHC quarter-final would have set Limerick back years.
HS hurling team of the weekThe All-Ireland SHC quarter-final double-bill at Semple Stadium yesterday turned out to be something of an anti-climax but that won't concern Limerick and Tipperary who are both now looking forward to the semi-final stage.
Football top scorers: Sweeney leads but Walsh makes his moveCon Sweeney's 1-4 from placed balls for Tipperary sees at the head of the football scorers' chart with Galway's Shane Walsh in second spot.
Limerick Camogie NotesNewcastle West upset most people's predictions to win their first ever Senior A title with a 2-8 to 2-6 win
Hurling top scorers: Callanan moves into second spotSeamus Callanan is putting the heat on the leader in the hurling top scorer chart.
Patrickswell GAA Club notesThe Junior A hurlers recorded a fine 3-16 to 2-13 victory over St. Patrick's in the City Championship.
Monaleen GAA Club NotesLost to Galbally last Friday night .2-13 to 3-05
Dowling thought O'Hanlon red card was harshShane Dowling claims there was no malice in Matthew O'Hanlon's wild pull across the Na Piarsaigh man's hand in the dying moments of the Limerick-Wexford All-Ireland SHC quarter-final.
Limerick G.A.A. FixturesFixtures for upcoming week
Na Piarsaigh GAA club notesOur Junior B hurlers finally got off the mark in the City Junior Hurling Championship when they entertained Patrickswell in Pairc Dromguil on Wednesday evening.
Championship tweets: Walsh wizardry casts a spell on TwitterShane Walsh's silky skills were the talk of Twitter on Saturday evening while One Direction's Niall Horan is enjoying Sky Sports' coverage of gaelic games.
City Board results & fixturesPatsy Nicholas Bar Gerald Griffin Street Junior A Hurling Championship
Caherline GAA notesLOTTO:No Jackpot winner last week so This weeks Jackpot €2550 this weeks draw will take place on Friday 1st August in the Tower Bar Ballybrood Caherconlish
Ahane GAA Club NotesWhat a week for Ahane on the inter county hurling front firstly last week we had Tom Morrissey
Ballybrown club notesBallybrown 2-23 Clonlara 3-12 played in Clonlara on Thursday evening this was only a challenge
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"We won't make decisions like that now."
SH quarter-final: Devastating Limerick burst Wexford's bubbleAfter the highs of recent weeks, Wexford hurling came crashing back down to earth today when suffering a 24-point hammering at the hands of an impressive Limerick in the All-Ireland SHC quarter-final at Semple Stadium.
Cats still clear favourites for LiamKilkenny remain firm favourites with the bookies to lift the Liam MacCarthy Cup after today's All-Ireland SHC quarter-final action.
All-Ireland SHC and MHC pairings confirmedThe All-Ireland SHC and MHC semi-finals pairings are now known following today's quarter-final action.
Treaty duo expected to be fit for semi-finalLimerick expect Donal O'Grady and Declan Hannon to be fit for the All-Ireland SHC semi-final against Kilkenny on August 10.
O'Grady 'impressed' by LimerickDonal O'Grady declared himself impressed with Limerick's demolition of Wexford in today's All-Ireland SHC quarter-final.
Ryan hails 'professional' performanceTJ Ryan never envisaged the ease at which his Limerick team saw off the Wexford challenge in today's All-Ireland SHC quarter-final.
As it happened: SHC Quarter-finals Match TrackerSemple Stadium is where all the action was today as the All-Ireland SHC quarter-finals took place.
Dunne's Wexford still has a lot to learnLiam Dunne says his Model County side is far from the finished article.
Preview: SHC quarter-final: Limerick v WexfordThe Model County are riding high on the crest of a wave following their wins over Clare and Waterford and, as a result, they will travel to Thurles in a confident frame of mind.
Team news: Rossiter fit to startThe only change to Liam Dunne's Wexford starting fifteen for the All-Ireland SHC quarter-final versus Limerick on Sunday sees Diarmuid O'Keeffe included in the half forward line ahead of Harry Kehoe.
'John 3:7' wished well after health scareThe GAA's most famous follower is making a good recovery from a recent health scare.
Lynch eager to push onLimerick captain Cian Lynch is determined to push on for more silverware.
Hawk-Eye to spur Limerick minorsLimerick minor hurling manager Brian Ryan believes that last year's Hawk-Eye controversy in their All-Ireland semi final defeat to Galway will help motivate them this year.
Ryan "very impressed" by WexfordLimerick hurling manager TJ Ryan says Wexford are "back to their best".
Team news: Same again for ShannonsidersThe Limerick team has been announced ahead of their All-Ireland SHC quarter-final clash with Wexford on Sunday.
Limerick minors have 'unfinished business' to attend toCian Lynch has spoken of his desire to bring the Irish Press Cup back to Limerick after captaining the county to back-to-back Munster MHC titles on Tuesday night.
O'Brien motivated by Banner blowThe manner of Limerick's defeat to Clare in last year's All-Ireland SHC semi-final still rankles with vice-captain Paudie O'Brien.
Claughaun GAA club notesClaughaun 3-08 Castletown Ballyagran 3-07. In a very entertaining game we won by a point having been down by 6 points early in the game the lads battled back and now won their third game in a row. Well done lads. We are out Wednesday night at home.
Munster MHC final replay: Treaty surge to break Deise resistanceLimerick are back-to-back Munster minor hurling champions for the first time after a 0-24 to 0-18 defeat of Waterford at Thurles tonight.
O'Brien hopes to set the record straightLimerick's Paudie O'Brien wants to get back to the All-Ireland semi-final stage and put things right.
Wexford "the story of the championship" - BearyLimerick selector Paul Beary admits that Sunday's All-Ireland quarter-final opponents Wexford are "the story of the championship".

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

Yes, we can beat anyone
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