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# Limerick GAA

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# Backdoor
Hurling Qualifier Guide: Limerick host Laois and Wexford face Westmeath
After their provincial hurling championship exits, four counties will attempt to salvage their season in preliminary round ties tomorrow night.
# Team news
Cork, Wexford,Tipperary and Limerick name teams for weekend
Eoin Kelly does not feature in the Tipp starting team for the first time since 2007.
Tipperary v Limerick, Munster SHC
Could John Allen’s Limerick cause Tipperary some problems at Semple Stadium? Let’s find out.
# Premier
VIDEO: Tipperary set sights on a long summer
With Limerick first up, Premier manager Declan Ryan says that the aim of the county is to once again achieve All-Ireland success.
# Championship 2012
Dowling set for Limerick start
The Na Piarsaigh youngster will make his championship debut against Tipperary on Sunday afternoon.
# SFC 2012
Round-Up: Wins for Donegal, Longford, Louth and Limerick
It was a busy day of Championship football up and down the country, with Cavan no match for the Ulster champions.
# Injury
Galvin definitely out of Munster opener
Limerick manager Maurice Horan says his star midfielder is on a four-week weights programme for his injured knee but could yet miss the entire season
# On the up
Perfect Fitz: Davy's Clare leave it late to beat Limerick
Clare snatched promotion to Division 1A with a thrilling two-point win against Limerick.
# Team news
GAA throw-in: here’s how they’ll line out in the National Hurling League this weekend
It’s shaping up to be a good ‘un, folks. Here’s all the latest team news from the National Hurling League.
# Starting XVs
GAA throw-in: here's how they'll line out in the National Hurling League this weekend
There are so many changes to the teams, you’ll be glad we collected them all in one place for you.
# Leagues apart
Taking stick: NHL Division 1B previews
Clare host Antrim, Wexford look to jumpstart their campaign against Offaly and Limerick look to do the same in Laois.
# Team news
Previews: Allianz National Hurling League gets off to a flyer
It’s the opening weekend and there are massive clashes in Nowlan Park, Pairc Ui Rinn and Pearse Stadium.
# Hurling
Let us introduce you: here’s 6 young hurlers who’ll make the breakthrough this year
Remember the names…
# clash ball
Taking stick: more key questions facing hurling's top counties this year
Will Cody keep the Cats on the road, can Tipp reclaim Liam, will Teddy McCarthy bring his bounce to Laois?
# Brace Yourself
Taking stick: the key questions facing hurling counties in 2012
The hurling season gets underway this weekend so we look at what exactly each championship county must target in 2012
Limerick's Tommy Stack and Shane Gallagher hang up their boots
Maurice Horan will have to do without two more of his most experienced players after their pair announced their retirement.
# where's that bib?
Davy Fitz and John Allen ratified in Clare and Limerick
Two familiar figures will again walk the sideline next summer after last night’s decisions.
# Sport Never Sleeps
Outsiders get a look-in as big guns paired off in 2012 Championship draws
The 2011 season is barely over – and the 2012 championship draws have already been done. So who did your county get?
# Rebel Rebel
Allen key: Limerick find their man to replace O'Grady
Surprise surprise, they’ve gone for someone from Cork. Again.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Grab your porridge and your cuppa – here’s all the sports news you need to know this morning.
# Merry-go-round
Trading places: Munster counties scramble for managers
We take a look at the front-runners for the province’s three vacant hurling posts.
# Contenders
In pictures: Galway starlets dominate breakout shortlist
Seven of the country’s top U21 hurlers are in the running for this season’s Breaking Through Player of the Year Award.
# SFC2011
Here are our five favourite moments from the 2011 Football Championship
We reflect on some of the best memories from an unforgettable summer of Championship football.
# Ins and outs
Revolving door: Is McIntyre to become the summer's eighth casualty?
Plus we take a look at the other seven senior hurling bosses who have already walked the plank.
# Time to go
Davy Fitz: Daily commute did for me in the end
Waterford boss says he has “no regrets whatsoever” as he steps down from post.
# Young blood
Watch the best bits from last night's epic Munster U21 decider
This extraordinary provincial final will be long remembered, check out some of the scoring at the Gaelic Grounds here.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
Limerick win an absolute epic of an U-21 decider in Munster – and everything else you should know before you get to work.
# Team-sheets
Munster rivals prepare for U21 showdown
Cork and Limerick have announced their starting XVs for tonight’s Munster U21 Hurling final.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Wednesday
The morning after the night before for Shamrock Rovers – and everything else you need to know.
# Big call
Poll: who do you think will be crowned All-Ireland football champions?
We’re down to the final five in the race for September glory. Who do you fancy to take Sam?
# Overview
Drama at Croker as champions go crashing out
The final word on both of Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-finals, as a tired Cork surrendered their title to James Horan’s Mayo.
As it happened: Kerry make light work of Limerick
Kerry have booked their place in the All-Ireland semi-finals, beating Limerick at Croke Park. Here is all the action as it unfolded…
# Double trouble
GAA confirm Croke Park double-header details
It’s going to be a busy bank holiday weekend in the capital.
# Right Call?
Should Wexford feel hard done by after controversial defeat to Limerick?
WATCH: Referee Derek Fahy overruled one of his umpires to allow Ian Ryan’s last-minute winner – but do you think he made the right call?
# Gutted
Controversy reigns as Limerick dump Wexford out
In the evening’s other game, Tyrone beat Armagh to set up a fourth round qualifier against Roscommon.
# Change of heart
Poll: was Cormac Reilly right to reverse penalty call?
WATCH: Referee under scrutiny following controversial U-turn during Limerick’s qualifier win over Waterford.
# Science Fiction
Chart of the week: Do events on the pitch correlate to Davy Fitzgerald's swearing?
He says he doesn’t care that he was ‘caught’ on camera last Sunday and he doesn’t listen to Gift Grub. But Davy Fitz is this week’s guinea pig.
Waterford 3-15 Limerick 3-14: As it happened
Waterford have advanced to the Munster Hurling Final with a one-point victory over Limerick in a cracking game at Semple Stadium. Catch up with the action in our minute-by-minute coverage here.
# Championship
Fógra: everything you need to know ahead of the weekend’s GAA action
Wexford gears up for an intriguing double-header tomorrow night, the Rossies take on local rivals Leitrim and Davy Fitz’s Waterford take on Limerick in Munster.
# Mop-up
GAA mop-up: No rub of the green for Meath, as Cork set up classic decider
Cork and Kerry will meet in the Munster decider, a well-oiled Kildare overcome Meath, and the lower tier hurling championships wrap up at HQ.