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# Limerick Leader

Last year
# Limerick Leader
'People probably would have laughed at me if I said that we could get to a quarter-final'
Limerick camogie star Caoimhe Costelloe has pointed the way to a rare appearance in the knockout stages.
# Limerick Leader
John Kiely: 'Nights when I was pacing the yard out the back, wondering, ‘Am I the right man for this job?' '
After a rocky start, the Limerick boss has risen to the top of hurling.
All time
# Limerick Leader
Mulcahy goal crucial as Kilmallock win Limerick SHC quarter-final that produces 56 scores
Kilmallock ran out four-point winners over South Liberties.
# treaty talisman
'The one thing that kept me going over the lockdown was, 'Imagine winning an All-Ireland at Christmas time''
Limerick star Gearóid Hegarty was named man-of-the-match in today’s hurling final – do you agree with the selection?
# Limerick Leader
After 15 years at the top, Limerick stalwart Mulcahy's first All-Star was long overdue
The Ahane star forward was finally recognised on Saturday night.
# Limerick Leader
'I’m a bit overwhelmed': Limerick carpenter William O'Connor wins first ever PDC darts title
Cappamore native William O’Connor continued an impressive run of form by beating UK Open champion Nathan Aspinall.
# Blaze
Fire rages at city building formerly owned by the Limerick Leader newspaper
The building is located a few yards from the offices of the local newspaper.
# pesky kids
Poll: Would you make use of an adults-only café?
Tipperary entrepreneur Alan Andrews is set to open Ireland’s first ‘adults only’ coffee shop, the Old Barracks Café.
# left behind
Limerick removal delayed as Aer Lingus flight arrived without the body
The coffin of Mary O’Brien wasn’t put on a flight from Heathrow due to “operational reasons”.
# Limerick Leader
Set for a 13th campaign with Limerick and savouring a first Munster senior title
After two historic wins with club and county, Niamh Mulcahy anticipates a big summer for Limerick camogie.
# Limerick Leader
From inter-county uncertainty to captaincy: James Ryan to lead Limerick hurlers
Two members of the All-Ireland U21 winning side have been named as vice-captains.
# factcheck
FactCheck: Is Willie O'Dea right to say Ireland has the highest child poverty rate in the OECD?
The Fianna Fáil TD made the bold claim earlier this week in an interview with a local newspaper.
# Limerick Leader
Was a dream farewell too much to ask for 'Gladiator' Paul O'Connell?
What he did in his career, will echo in Irish Rugby eternity.
# curraghchase house
A Sydney architect wants Limerick people to restore this ruin to its former glory
The architect laid out a plan whereby the whole community could play a part in rescuing the building and making it into a major tourist attraction.
# Limerick Leader
Seamus Hickey: 'I can think of no better person to drive Limerick forward than Dalo'
The Allstar admits to being surprised by the former Dublin manager’s appointment though.
# Flight incident
Dolores O'Riordan's mum says her daughter didn't recognise her at garda station
The singer is now under the care of a psychiatric doctor after being arrested earlier in the week.
# leg man
Hot chicken headline of the week from the Limerick Leader
Clucking* hell! (*Sorry)
# tough pen-alties
Garda station’s lack of biros “won’t happen again” after man gets aggressive
A judge criticised the station for its lack of biros after a man signing on for bail was told to bring his own pen.
# Crispy Duck
FF candidate insists he didn't intend to be 'racist' towards Chinese community
Joe Crowley, a Fianna Fáil Local Area Representative in Limerick city, was quoted in the Limerick Leader today accusing three Chinese men with fishing rods of snaring duck to sell in their restaurants.
# Willie O'Dea
Willie O'Dea: I paid "over and above" for libel settlement
Former minister says it’s been a hard six months.