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Minors hope to collect back-to-back titles

The Galway minors under the management of Stephen Joyce will be hoping to win a second successive provincial title when they take on Sligo in Pearse Stadium on Sunday at noon.

United head to Limerick with growing confidence

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Another important SSE Airtricity League premier division fixture is scheduled for tomorrow evening when Galway United travel to the Markets Field to face Limerick FC.

Westmeath “devastated” after letting half-time lead against Limerick slip

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Westmeath manager Michael Ryan admitted his side were “devastated” not to cause an All Ireland hurling qualifier shock against Limerick at Cusack Park on Saturday evening.

Portumna and Na Piarsaigh set for Semple Stadium showdown

Galway county senior hurling champions Portumna will play Limerick's Na Piarsiagh this Saturday in Semple Stadium at 5pm under lights in the All-Ireland senior club-final.

Former Limerick hurler O'Connor appointed as Mayo hurling coach

The Mayo county board has ratified the appointment of former Limerick u21 hurling manager Leo O'Connor as Mayo hurling coach. O'Connor joins the Mayo hurling management team with fellow Limerick man Christy Phillips (manager) and Austin Kenny (selector) from Mayo champions Tooreen.

Limerick go to the next stage in hawk-eye appeal

Limerick's attempts to overturn the result of their recent All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship semi-final against Galway will see them take their case to the Disputes Resolution Authority.

Ballyvary Hurling Club AGM

‘There is nothing as special as winning a title with your own parish’

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Something very unusual took place last Sunday at the Gaelic grounds in Limerick. A Munster final without the Cork or Kerry club champions’ involvement. I cannot ever recall a Munster club final taking place without at least one of the big guns from either county being involved. As I drove to Dublin last Monday evening I listened to the footballers and management team from two rural villages give their own account of the historic victory that they pulled off the previous day over the Clare champions Kilmurry-Ibrickane. But then the achievements of the people of Dromcollogher/Broadford are many: the Organic Horticultural College and special needs residence built on land donated by the community, the renovation of the local church, the local history book produced by the local FETAC training group, the deep links between the local schoolchildren, farmers and the Bóthar project. The community was primarily responsible for bringing a factory to the town to create further employment and keep young people in the area. All of these highlight the tremendous sense of community and activism that permeates throughout these two rural villages. Such community triumphs prove that unified voluntary efforts can achieve much in towns where salvation is needed.

Master McGrath inspires Déise revenge

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