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22 October 2018 14:15 Club GAA podcast: Kerry melee, Ballyea's finest hour, ‘Tubber joy, Fermoy famine over, Tournafulla's triumph

Murt Murphy joins us from Kerry to discuss the violent scenes in Austin Stack Park for the county semi-final between Dingle and East Kerry. Eoghan Cormican says this Clare senior win is Ballyea's finest hour, considering the overhaul of the team since their first triumph two years ago. And in Cork, Fermoy ended a 54-year wait for senior football, while

22 October 2018 12:07 Keith Earls could be back for Munster next weekend

Keith Earls could be back in the Munster team for Saturday's Pro14 game against the Glasgow Warriors at Thomond Park. The Limerick winger sat out Saturday's Champions Cup win over Gloucester with a hamstring injury but is set to be reintroduced to team training this week. Tommy O'Donnell is undergoing a scan today to determine the extent of the ankle

20 October 2018 15:34 Garryspillane get the better of Bruff in Limerick Premier IHC final

Goals at the start of either half from corner-forward Callum Sheehan ensured Garryspillane will be back playing Limerick senior hurling next year. After dropping down to the Premier IHC grade in 2014, they produced a fine display today in Kilmallock in getting the better of Bruff. While Sheehan was the big scoring threat up front, veteran Donie Ryan played 2

17 October 2018 14:52 County star O'Neill helps champions Ardscoil Ris get off to a winning start

Reigning Dr Harty Cup champions Ardscoil Rís got this year’s campaign off to a winning start in today’s first round tie at Mallow. The Limerick side, who saw off Midleton CBS in the 2017 final, emerged with six points to spare over the Cork city team after a hard-fought encounter. Ardscoil Rís, who led by two points at the interval, actually fell behind

17 October 2018 04:00 Caulfield vows to ‘get on with it’ as Cork City set to tighten belt

Cork City boss John Caulfield says he will “get on with it”, as the club is set to slash costs by €300,000 next season. When City relinquished their title to Dundalk earlier this month, it wasn’t just their pride that took a dent, as their bank balance took an immediate blow too. While Uefa Champions League qualification was rewarded with €800,000 in 2018, next season

16 October 2018 13:07 Watch this Limerick prop's superbly skilful break from halfway line to set-up try

If Tadhg Furlong's aim was to show that props can play, it's worked a treat. Furlong's superb dummy, step and offload set up Luke McGrath's bonus-point try for Leinster on Friday. "I don't think there's many front rowers who could do that in the world," said James Lowe after the game. Cue Old Crescent prop Cathal O'Reilly producing skill to match - and probably 1

15 October 2018 15:56 'We deserve a place to be how we are': Limerick woman raped as a child starts victims' support group

A Limerick woman who was sexually assaulted and raped as a child, is to launch a new "12-step" support group programme for abuse survivors. Leona O’Callaghan, 37 (pictured), has revealed her traumatic abuse and has bravely waived her anonymity, to help other victims find a path to survival. The mother of three will hold the inaugural meeting of her group 1

12 October 2018 21:17 League roundup: Dundalk, Cork and Shamrock Rovers secure wins

Pat Hoban scored his 27th goal of the season as champions Dundalk won 2-1 away to Waterford tonight in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division. While Daniel Carr scored with practically the final kick of the game as Shamrock Rovers claimed the spoils in the Dublin derby at Richmond Park, beating St. Pat's 1-0. Meanwhile, there's nothing to separate Drogheda 8

11 October 2018 20:16 The draw for the 2019 Football Championships has been made

The draw for next year's GAA provincial Championships has been made tonight. In the Leinster football championship, All-Ireland Champions Dublin will face either Louth or Wexford, while Wicklow, Kildare and Longford will contest the other quarter-finals. On the other side of the draw, Meath or Offaly will play Carlow, and Westmeath will play Laois in the fourth

09 October 2018 06:00 Enet stake sold by national broadband plan bidder

Private investment fund Granahan McCourt, which is leading the sole consortium bidding for the National Broadband Plan, has sold its stake in telecoms firm Enet to the State-backed Irish Infrastructure Fund. The fund, managed by AMP Capital and Irish Life Investment Managers, said that it had agreed to buy the remaining 22% of Enet from Granahan McCourt 3