Opinion, Sports

Stripping Of Gaelic Games’ Elite Status Is ‘Disappointing And Damaging’

At the start of February, GAA fans had their worst nightmares confirmed with the announcement from the Government that the GAA was not an elite sport anymore. This means that GAA cannot take place under current restrictions. The news was greeted with dismay and anger from players, managers and fans up and down the country after the GAA lit up …


Collingwood Cup Quarter Final Sees UL Victorious

By Jamie Dowling NUI Maynooth 1-3 University of Limerick Hat-trick hero Adam Foley was the difference as UL ran out winners against NUI Maynooth in the Collingwood cup quarter final. UL now look forward to a Collingwood Cup semi-final against DCU tomorrow afternoon (Tuesday) thanks to a 3-1 victory over NUI Maynooth. A late switch from grass to AstroTurf made …

Third round of the Fitzgibbon Cup secures UL’s place in Quater final

By Jamie Dowling UL 0-21 Maynooth 1-13 University of Limerick booked their place in the Fitzgibbon cup quarter final after a hard fought game against Maynooth in Maguires Fields in UL. The win for UL sets up a mouth watering quarter final away to Mary Immaculate College. Tipperary duo Cian Darcy and Jake Morris put in stunning performances scoring 15 …

UL Bounce Back in Round Two of Fitzgibbon Cup

By Jamie Dowling UL 3-21 Trinity College Dublin 0-13 University of Limerick bounced back to winning ways with an impressive victory over Trinity college Dublin to keep their Fitzgibbon Cup hopes alive. Cian Darcy was once again man of the match, tormenting the Dubliner’s defense all game leaving him with a total of 2-6 UL exploded into life in the …

Fitzgibbon Cup Round One sees UL’s defeat to DCU

By Jamie Dowling DCU 0-21 UL 0-18 A man of the match display from University of Limerick’s Cian Darcy wasn’t enough to guide UL to a round one victory over DCU. Donal Burke was also in inspired form hitting 13 of DCU’s scores and this was enough, as DCU proved to strong for the Limerick side leaving them on the …

UL Ladies’ Football take home title with convicing win

UL senior ladies football team were crowned the Gourmet Food Parlour Ladies HEC Football Division 1 title with an impressive display against DCU in Stradbally Laois on Tuesday night A simply stunning performance from Cork’s Eimear Scally helped UL to victory. She finished with a tally of 1-6 four of them were frees. University of Limerick came out of the …