Home Tag Archives: university of limerick

Tag Archives: university of limerick

First Class Challenges: The Balancing Act Of College & GAA Commitments

college gaa

In association with  For an average student, college is an ongoing balancing act between studies, social lives and work. Add in GAA commitments and that balancing act becomes a lot more challenging.  University of Limerick student Ronan Lynch perfected that balance while completing his undergraduate degree in engineering, combining his studies with starring for his club Na Piarsaigh as well …

Read More »

Tony Kelly’s Hurling Honours Since 2010 Are Simply Ridiculous

Tony Kelly Ballyea

On Sunday, Ballyea overcame Cork champions, Glen Rovers, to be crowned with their first ever Munster hurling title. It was a dominant performance by Ballyea, but undeniably, the star of the show was Clare hurler Tony Kelly.  From winning Minor and u21 hurling championships, a National League, Senior All-Ireland to Fitzgibbon Cups with UL, it is without doubt that Tony Kelly …

Read More »

Video: Munster Open New State-Of-The-Art Training Facility In Limerick

Munster have officially opened their brand new High Performance Centre at the University of Limerick as the province prepares to relocate to a new singular training base in Castletroy. The new training centre will see the Munster senior team, as well as the Greencore Munster Rugby Academy, train in Limerick with the province now basing all of their players, coaches and staff at the one facility at UL. Munster had previously trained …

Read More »

Collingwood Cup Draw Sets Up Dublin Derby In The Quarter-Finals

The 2016 Collingwood Cup draw has set up some interesting ties ahead of February’s big kick-off.  We already know that Dublin universities DCU and Trinity College Dublin will face each other in the quarter-finals while Limerick’s UL and Mary Immaculate College will make up one of the other predetermined last eight games. The first round of the tournament, which is to …

Read More »