Mary O Callaghan Interview
INTO Mini 7s
The Neville Cup
Cillian Fahy Interview
Mackey Cup 2016
2016 Munster Championship Launch
1957 Olo Cup Feature
Focus on South Limerick
The G&W on Hols
East Limerick News
Around the Grounds
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Another school year is almost at an end and, as usual, it has been jam-packed with action on the playing fields. This is also the final issue of the 20th year of the Green and White. As we look ahead to the future, a glance through the pages of this magazine reveals how far Gaelic Games in our primary schools have come. Every week of the school year sees boys and girls involved in activities promoted by Cumann na mBunscol. In these pages, we report on the Mackey and Neville Cups, the Primary Game, indoor hurling and camogie and the INTO Mini Sevens. The ‘Mini Sevens’ provide a pathway from the schoolyard all the way to Croke Park. The primary school is where boys and girls learn the skills of Gaelic Games and the players who feature in these pages will carry the hopes of Limerick followers in years to come.
In this issue, we meet some of the young stars carrying Limerick’s hopes in 2016, including Mary O Callaghan, Cillian Fahy, Barry O Connell and Tom Morrissey and we find out what inspires them and what they do to stay on top of their game.
Throughout the summer, we’ll be keeping a close eye on the continuing renaissance of Limerick camogie under John Tuohy. We’ll be watching John Kiely’s charges who are full of high hopes as they defend their All Ireland under 21 hurling crown. We hope to have lots of good news of Limerick teams -at all levels- to report on in the next issue of The Green and White!
As ever, the Green and White is a team effort and our thanks to the people who send us photos and news, especially James Lundon, Tom Aherne, Carole Cleary, Aidan Ryan, Denis O Connor, Brian O Seaghdha, Caroline McGrath, George Hatchell, Conor Wyse, Brother Dormer, John Tuohy and Seamus McElligott.
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