The Munster club football and hurling championships continue apace.
The 2019 AGM will take place on Friday November 22 in Ardagh Hall at 8pm
Our hurlers played there last hurling blitz in UL on last Friday night. The boys had three games on the night all the boys played very well.
Patrickswell bowed out of the Munster Championship after losing to Ballygunner in Walsh Park
Our jackpot now stands at €10200 following Mondays draw.
That's a wrap on the county senior finals for 2019...
Congratulations to Diarmuid Hegarty and Sean Mortell who both received their Munster Minor Hurling Championship Medals at the Woodlands House Hotel this week
26 kids across 4 teams displayed their skills in Na Piarsaigh last Sat 9/Nov - and what a great day it was!!
Cappamore footballers came up short in the last competitive match of the season.
Ciaran Dalton's goal proved to be the difference as Nemo Rangers edged out Newcastle West in today's quarter-final fixture at Mallow.
Reigning champions Ballygunner proved too strong for Patrickswell in today's last four encounter at Walsh Park.
Kerry's Templenoe and Clare champions St Breckan's are safety through to the semi-finals of the Munster club IFC.
Galway look set to appoint Shane O'Neill as their next senior hurling manager.
The last three county senior finals for 2019 and a host of provincial action to look forward to this weekend.
The Gaelic Players Association (GPA) has revealed the latest insights into the lives of over a third of its members, who are third-level students.
Ballygunner's win over Sixmilebridge in the Munster club SHC has been dampened somewhat by injuries to two key players.
A busy weekend coming up in the Munster club championships...
The weather was poor last Saturday in Athea but in fairness to their ground staff the pitch was in good condition
There was no separating two evenly matched sides in a windswept Ballingarry on Saturday afternoon last in our opening game of the 2019 County Championship.
We were unfortunate to fall to a one point defeat against Rathkeale in our opening Championship game on Bank Holiday Monday.
Fr O'Neill's (Cork) and Ballysaggart (Waterford) are both through to Sunday's Munster club IHC semi-finals following their respective victories over Blackrock (Limerick) and Causeway (Kerry).
Our under 21 footballers made it 2 wins from 2 starts following a very good win over Fr Casey's in Askeaton on Saturday..
Patrickswell will contest a Munster Senior Hurling Championship semi-final with Ballygunner on Sunday November 10 at 1.45pm in Walsh Park, Waterford.
Our Junior football team will play Banogue in their county semi final this Tuesday night in Kilbreedy at 7.30pm.
The red carpet was rolled out at Dublin's Convention Centre for the 2019 PwC All-Stars awards as Carlow champions St Mullins caused a shock by dumping out former back-to-back All-Ireland champions Cuala...
Our U-21 kickstarted their Championship campaign on bank holiday Monday with an impressive display away to Claughaun.
All-Ireland football champions Dublin dominate the 2019 PwC GAA/GPA All-Stars team which was revealed at this evening's banquet in the Convention Centre.
Limerick champions Newcastle West are going all out to win the Munster club SFC, according to their manager Mike Quilligan.
Hurlers from 17 different counties will represent Ireland this weekend in the annual Hurling Shinty International clash.
All-Ireland hurling champions Tipperary lead the way on the 2019 Hurling Roll of Honour with seven places on the PwC All-Stars team as Pádraic Maher equals a county record with his sixth award.
Keep track of all the upcoming county and provincial club fixtures, starting tonight as holders Gaoth Dobhair take on Naomh Conaill in the Donegal SFC final second replay.
10-time All-Ireland winning Cork manager Eamonn Ryan has joined the Limerick ladies backroom team for the 2020 season.
To our U21 Footballers Management Team led by Kevin Noonan and our U21 Footballers
Ballygunner begin the defence of their Munster club senior hurling championship crown in Sixmilebridge on Sunday.
An end of January finish is scheduled for the Sigerson Cup and it is envisaged that the move will help alleviate the pressure on inter-county players.
Pride of place goes to our Junior football team this week.
The Limerick Minor Footballers are preparing for the 2020 season and played Waterford in a tournament this weekend winning by 1.12 to 1.9.
This is a difficult one to take as, after a long year, we were defeated at the final hurdle by Blackrock