Ahane (@1.57) vs Murroe Boher (@2.62)

Our Prediction:

Ahane will win

Ahane – Murroe Boher Match Prediction | 02-09-2019 08:00

Next up is Crecora Camogie Official on Sunday morning at 11.30am in Boher. There was great support at the girls game on Monday so we hope to see the communities Boher Community and Murroe come out to support our girls once again!#IfSheCantSeeSheCantBe #20x20 Thanks to Sport Action Photography for great action shots as ever! Hard luck to our intermediate team who lost out to a strong Cappamore Gaa & Camogie Club in their first Limerick Camogie championship game.

Knockainey were surprising victors in there opening encounter, while Murroe/ Boher suffered defeat. With Muroe/Boher having more to play for, their determination could prove vital. Group 3Saturday, 7.30pm, CaherconlishMurroe/Boher v KnockaineyAnother game that could go down to the puck of a ball. Knockainey now face a higher calibre of opposition in this clash.

Finally a special thanks to Edel Cunningham, Lisa Meehan, Aoife Ryan and Charlotte Walsh for referring and timekeeping, a massive help on the day. Thanks to all the parents for bringing refreshmen...ts and helping out on the day. Thank you to all the mentors/coaches for all your help and great organising skills. Thanks you to all the visiting clubs in making it a fun blitz.

Best of luck to Jack Butler in the Tony Forristal Hurling...

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No doubt this will be one hurdle too high for them. Na Piarsaigh to win as they have too much quality to cope with. Sunday, 3.30pm, KilmallockDoon v Na PiarsaighDoon may become the dark horses of this championship and a superb opening day victory signified they werent here just to make up the numbers. They face a city side oozing with class.

Group 1Saturday, 7.30pm, BruffGarryspillane v AhaneBoth were victors in their opening encounters and both will be very much aware that victory would put one foot in the Quarter-finals. This should be a tight encounter but Ahane have been improving of late and they have the vital experience within their side which should help see them through.

It is do or die for both sides now. The amalgamated side will be boosted by the return of Donal OGrady and his influence may be crucial in this encounter. Patrickswell are a match for anyone on their day, however this may be test too stern for them. Group 2Sunday, 2pm, KilmallockGranagh/Balingarry v PatrickswellPatrickswell were ousted by a valiant Doon side while Granagh/Balingarry were outclassed by the Na Piarsaigh.


AFTER the countys enthralling victory last weekend, the heroic senior players must return to the club scene for Round 2 of the Hyundai Limerick Motor Senior Hurling championship. However, with the groups formatted the way they are, it is now do or die for several sides. The first round threw up few surprises with the big boys asserting their dominance.

The visiting teams were Ahane Camogie Club, Monaleen Camogie, and Kilmallock Camogie Club. A big thank you to all the girls who continue to shine on and off the field. It's fantastic to see how much the girls have developed in the past year. Murroe/Boher hosted our U8 Limerick Camogie cluster blitz in Boher on Saturday morning. There was a fantastic atmosphere, all the girls thoroughly enjoyed themselves, in glorious sunshine.

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Well done to our U12 team who played their final Limerick Camogie non-competitive league game against Blackrock Effin camogie club on Thursday. Our thanks to the U12 management team and parents who have worked tirelessly with these girls all year and have stopped at nothing to ensure improvement and fun are the main objectives! We look forward to seeing these girls coming up the age groups in the coming years. Well done to all our players and management. The girls have played seven different teams throughout the course of the league and have improved immensely with each game.

Limerick Senior Hurling Championship Previews

This is another tie where there will not be much separating the sides come the final whistle. If I were a betting man, I would have to pip for Croom just about. Sunday, 7.30pm, BruffSouth Liberties v CroomBoth sides suffered defeat in round 1 and defeat will eliminate them from the championship, ensuring that they survive relegation becomes their priority.

Group 4Sunday, Kilfinnane, 7.30pmHospital/Herbertstown v EffinThe two sides were both defeated in round 1 and this game could turn out to be the one that decides who ends up in the relegation playoff. Both looked out of sorts and a long way off the pace of the two front-runners. Should be a tight encounter, very hard to call.

Newport were the shield winners with player of the tournament going to Daniel Rossiter of Durlas Og. This was the first time Murroe/Boher had won this competition. Well done also to David Hickey, Jack Nicholas, Michael Ryan, Michael Hourigan, Mark Nicholas and Colin Hackett who all represented Limerick in last weekends underage intercounty competitions. Durlas og were a very well drilled team with fantastic hurlers. The cup was presented to winning captain Euan Sheridan by the Cusack family. Our next game was against Ahane. The second half ended 1-2 each with our lads winning the game 2-8 to 1-2. Ahane put in a spirited display in the first half but our lads rallied in the second half winning on a scoreline of 3-6 to 0-0. The first half ended 1-2 to 1-1 in our favour but we had to face the second half playing into the wind. The first match was against Newport where our lads had a blistering start leading 1-6 to 0-0 at half time. Many thanks to all who helped out on the day with teas, coffee, bbq, pitch preparation and for the fine spread of food for all our visitors. The young Murroe Boher lads worked hard in the second half and despite a late goal from Durlas Og in injury time our lads had enough done and won the game by a point 2-3 to 2-2. As Durlas Og had won both their first matches also, the third round robin game was played as the final. Murroe Boher Bord na ng: Our Under 13 hurlers took to the field in Boher on Saturday 2/9/17 in the Ryan Cusack Memorial Cup to take on our visiting teams of Ahane, Newport and Durlas Og of Thurles.