Limerick GAA


Limerick GAA

infobox GAA county|county gaa = Limerick GAA
crest =
irish = Luimneach
province = Munster
nickname = The Shannonsiders/
The Treaty County
county colours = Green and White
grounds = Páirc na nGael, Limerick
dominant sport = Hurling
nfl div = Division 2
nhl div = Division 1
football champ = Sam Maguire Cup
hurling champ = Liam McCarthy Cup
ladies football = Brendan Martin Cup
camogie = O'Duffy Cup
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The Limerick County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) ( _ga. Cummann Luthchleas Gael Coiste Luimneach) or Limerick GAA is one of the 32 county boards of the GAA in Ireland, and is responsible for Gaelic games in County Limerick. The county board is also responsible for the Limerick inter-county teams

History

Hurling

In 2007 Limerick beat Tipperary in a thrilling Munster Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final which is now known as the Trilogy, as it took 3 games to separate these close rivals. The final score line of the 2nd replay was 0.22 to 2.13 aet. 30,608 fans witnessed this now historic occasion as Limerick had not beaten Tipperary since 1996 or indeed won a match in the Munster Championship since their comeback against Waterford in 2001 which to a Munster Final they subsequently lost to their 'monkey on their back' or as Seamus Hickey referred to them as 'gorilla', Tipperary. However, Limerick subsequently lost the Munster Final to Waterford on the 8th July in Thurles. They regrouped and beat Clare (1:23 - 1:16) in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final on 29th July. Andrew O'Shaughnessy (Shaughs/Shocks) picked up the Man of the Match (MotM) award in this match. On the 12th August, they played Waterford in the Semi-Final. A rematch of the Munster Final a month previously. Fortunately for Limerick though, the result was not to be the same. A scoreline of 5:11 - 2:15 was enough to defeat the Deise Men. The goals came from Donie Ryan (2), Andrew O'Shaughnessy (2 - from play & a penalty) and Brian Begley (1). O' Shaughnessy once again picked up the MotM award for his fine display. On the 2 Sep 2007 in Croke Park, Limerick played in the All-Ireland Hurling Final. Lady Luck did not strike twice however and it was to be Kilkenny's day. Final score; Kilkenny 2-19 - 1-15 Limerick.

Limerick Hurling Squad

Managerial History

Honours

All Ireland Championships:

*All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship (7): 1897, 1918, 1921, 1934, 1936, 1940, 1973
*All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championship (4): 1935, 1941, 1954, 1957
*All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Championship (1): 1998
*All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship (3): 1940, 1958, 1984
*All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship: (4): 1987, 2000, 2001, 2002
*All-Ireland Vocational Schools Championship:(1) 1961(Limerick City)
*Fr. C.F O'Reilly Cup (Poc Fada) (8): 1899, 1900, 1935, 1942, 1941, 1962, 1963, 1964

Munster Championships:

*Munster Senior Hurling Championship (18): 1897, 1910-11, 1918, 1921, 1923,1933-36,1940,1955,1973-74, 1980-81, 1994, 1996
*Munster Intermediate Hurling Championship (2): 1968, 1998, 2008
*Munster Junior Hurling Championship (10): 1927, 1935, 1939, 1941,1946, 1948, 1952, 1954, 1957, 1986.
*Munster Under-21 Hurling Championship (5): 1986-87, 2000-01-02
*Munster Minor Hurling Championship (5): 1940, 1958, 1963, 1965, 1984

Gaelic football

Honours:

*All-Ireland Senior Football Championship (2): 1887, 1896
*Munster Junior Football Championship (4): 1916, 1929, 1939, 1950
*Munster Under-21 Football Championship (1): 2000.
*Munster Minor Football Championship (1): 1956.

Clubs

City Division

* Abbey Sarsfields Sáirséiligh na Mainistreach
* Ballinacurra Gaels Gaeil Baile na Cora
* Ballybrown Baile Brún
* Claughaun Clochán [http://www.hoganstand.com/ronanburke/claughaun.htm]
* Crecora Craobh Chumhra [http://crecoramanistergaa.ie]
* Kildimo Cill Díoma ("hurling only") [http://homepage.eircom.net/~kildimogaa/]
* Milford Áth an Mhuilinn [http://milford.limerick.gaa.ie]
* Monaleen Móin a' Lín
* Mungret Mungairit [http://www.mungretstpauls.ie]
* Na Piarsaigh [http://napiarsaigh.limerick.gaa.ie]
* Old Christians Sean-Chríostaithe ("hurling only")
* Pallaskenry Pailís Chaonraoí [http://www.pallaskenrygaa.com/]
* Patrickswell Tobar Phádraig [http://patrickswellgaa.com/]
* Saint Patrick's Naomh Pádraig [http://www.stpatricksgaaclub.ie/]

East Division

* Ahane Átháin [http://ahane.limerick.gaa.ie]
* Ballybricken Baile Bricín [http://www.geocites.com/ballybrickengaa/]
* Caherconlish Cathair Chinn Lis ("football only")
* Caherline Cathair Laighin ("hurling only")
* Cappamore An Cheapach Mhór [http://www.geocites.com/cappamoregaa/]
* Doon Dún Bleisce ("hurling only") [http://www.doonbleisce.com/GAA%20Central.htm]
* Fedamore Feadamar
* Kilteely-Dromkeen Cill tSíle/Drom Chaoin [http://www.kilteely-dromkeen.com/]
* Knockane Cnocán [http://www.knockane.com/]
* Murroe/Boher Máigh Rua/An Bóthar
* Oola Úlla ("football only") [http://oolagaa.wetpaint.com/]
* Pallasgreen Pailís na Gréine [http://pallasgreen.limerick.gaa.ie]
* South Liberties Saor Theas [http://southliberties.limerick.gaa.ie]

outh Division

* Ballylanders Baile an Londraigh ("football only") [http://www.ballylandersgaa.com/]
* Banogue ("football only") Banóg
* Blackrock An Charraig Dubh
* Bruff Brú na nDéise [http://bruff.limerick.gaa.ie]
* Bruree Brú Rí
* Camogue Rovers Fánaithe na Camóige [http://www.geocities.com/camogueroversgaa/]
* Castletown/Ballyagran Baile an Chaisleáin/Béal Átha Grean
* Croom Cromadh [http://www.croomgaa.com/]
* Dromin/Athllaca Droimín/Áth Leacach ("hurling only")
* Effin Eithbhinn ("hurling only") [http://effingaa.com/]
* Garryspillane Garrdha Uí Spiolláin ("hurling only")
* Galbally An Gallbhaile ("football only") [http://www.geocities.com/galballygaa/]
* Galtee Gaels Gaeil Gailtí ("football only") [http://galteegaels.limerick.gaa.ie/]
* Glenroe An Gleann Rua ("hurling only") [http://www.glenroegaa.com/]
* Hospital/Herbertstown Oispidéal/Cathair Fuinse
* Kilmallock Cill Mocheallóg
* Knockainey Cnoc Áine [http://www.knockaineygaa.ie/]
* Staker Wallace Stáicéirí de Bhailís

West Division

* Adare Áth Dara
* Askeaton Eas Géibhtine ("hurling only") [http://askeaton.limerick.gaa.ie]
* Athea Áth an tSléibhe ("football only") [http://athea.limerick.gaa.ie/]
* Ballysteen Baile Stiabhana ("football only")
* Cappagh An Cheapach ("football only")
* Croagh/Kilfinny Cróch/Cill Fine ("hurling only") [http://croaghkilfinny.limerick.gaa.ie/]
* Dromcollgher/Broadford Drom Chollachair/Béal an Átha
* Father Casey's Na Cathasaigh ("football only") [http://www.frcaseysgaa.ie/]
* Feenagh/Kilmeedy Fíonach/Cill Mhíde
* Feoghanagh/Castlemahon Feothanach/Caisleán Uí Mhathúna
* Gerald Griffiths Gearóid Uí Gríofa ("football only")
* Glin An Gleann ("football only")
* Granagh-Ballingarry Greanach/Baile an Gharraí
* Kilcornan Cill Cornáin
* Kileedy Cill Íde [http://www.killeedy.com/]
* Knockaderry Cnoc an Doire
* Monagea Móin na nGé [http://homepage.eircom.net/~monageagaa/index.html]
* Mountcollins Cnoc Uí Choileáin ("football only")
* Newcastle West Caisleán Nua Thiar [http://newcastlewestgaa.csn.ul.ie/]
* Rathkeale (Saint Mary's/Sean Finn's) Rath Caola (Naomh Muire/Seán Uí Fhinn)
* Saint Kieran's Naomh Ciaráin
* Saint Senan's Naomh Seanán
* Templeglantine Teampall an Ghleanntáin ("hurling only")
* Tournafulla Tuar na Fola ("hurling only")

Club Competitions

* Limerick Senior Hurling Championship
* Limerick Senior Football Championship
* Limerick Minor Hurling Championship
* Limerick Under-21 Hurling Championship

External links

* [http://www.hoganstand.com/Limerick/ Limerick on Hoganstand.com]
* [http://www.hoganstand.com/Limerick/Profile.aspx National and provincial titles won by Limerick teams]
* [http://limerick.gaa.ie/ Limerick GAA site]
* [http://www.frcaseysgaa.ie Fr. Casey's GAA Club, Abbeyfeale]
* [http://www.milford.limerick.gaa.ie Milford GAA Club, Castletroy, Limerick]


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