Congratulations to the Limerick Senior Hurlers on reaching another Munster Hurling final after an epic battle with Clare yesterday in Ennis.
A ding dong battle with no little controversy and plenty of talking points on the day.
Well done to Mike Casey who was excellent at full-back and did a great job at the edge of the square.
Will O Donoghue at midfield was a workhorse and put in another massive effort while Conor Boylan upfront worked tirelessly for the cause and put in another big shift.
We now look forward to a Munster final on the Wit weekend against Clare.
Get your ticket requests in early to avoid disappointment.
Meanwhile, on the football front, it was another momentous day for Limerick who saw off the challenge of Tipperary to book a place in the Munster Senior Football final against Kerry.
This was another huge step for this squad which included our own Gordon Brown and we wish him well in the decider.
A big shout out also to clubman Alex Galligan who took part in the Primary game at halftime. This is a special day for these players and one they will remember for years to come. Well done Alex
Our weekly lotto draw took place on Monday with the following results.
The numbers drawn were 09, 19, 21, 26
We had no jackpot winner but the 3 lucky dip winners were Gerry Shannon, Noel Shannon, and Charlie Daly.
The sellers prize went to Donna O Regan and the house draw was won by Danny Halpin.
Next weeks jackpot is now €2200
CLUB LIMERICK DRAW
The 3rd Club Limerick draw will take place on May 28th on the Saturday morning sports show.
Get your ticket today from any sellers or the draw coordinator Paul McNamara.
The special prize this month will be garden furniture, just in time for the summer months
ALL IRELAND TICKET DRAW
Tickets have now been circulated for the annual All Ireland Football and Hurling ticket draw.
At €5 each these tickets will be much sought after going forward
Our under 13 hurlers were both in action last week
Our A team hosted Ahane and won out on a 3-5 to 3-1 scoreline
The second string faced the trip to Knockaderry where the locals came out on top 6-4 to 3-2 scoreline
Elsewhere our senior footballers gave a good performance despite losing out 2-16 to2-10 to Monaleen
Our junior hurlers remain unbeaten after 5 starts with a draw against Patrickswell 2-14 apiece
No joy for our senior camogie team either where Kileedy proved too strong for them in the league final 5-17 to 1-7