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James and Gavin Call Time on their Intercounty Careers

When Limerick hurlers take the field for the 2018 season, the names of James Ryan and Gavin O Mahony will be absent from the teamsheet for the first time in a dozen years. Their careers have much in common. James and Gavin were earmarked for greatness from the days when they played for South Limerick in the Mackey Cup. They were key figures in the Limerick team that reached the 2005 All-Ireland minor hurling final. Eight years later, they played starring roles in Limerick's Munster Final success of 2013.

Both James and Gavin have worked as coaches in Limerick schools. Indeed, James coached South Limerick to Mackey Cup success in 2016 and 2017. They have retired from intercounty hurling with their heads held high, having worn the green and white with honour. No doubt, they will continue to contribute to Limerick hurling in years to come.

Niamh Mulcahy's Spanish Sojourn

LIMERICK camogie star Niamh Mulcahy received a call-up to the inaugural Liberty Insurance Camogie All-Stars Tour in November 2017.

The Ahane sharpshooter, who is a teacher in Caherline NS, captained Limerick in 2017 when they won the Munster Championship for the first time ever and was an All Star nominee for the past two seasons.

The Liberty Insurance Camogie All-Stars played an exhibition match in Universidad Complutense de Madrid on Thursday November 30.

Limerick GAA App

Limerick GAA and Kirby Group (official sponsor) have launched a fantastic new Limerick GAA App.

A spokesman for Kirby stated, "We hope sponsorship of the app will assist Limerick GAA supporters near and far to keep up to date with club and county news". The new app also has links to The Green and White Magazine website and archive. There is also a link to the Limerick Cumann na mBunscol Blog. Everybody who loves Limerick GAA will love this app!

The Limerick GAA App is available to download from your play store NOW!

Munster Senior Camogie Champions: Limerick

Limerick won the Munster Senior Camogie Championship for the very first time in 2017. John Tuohy's charges defeated reigning champions, Cork by 1-13 to 0-14 in the Munster final. To celebrate this fantastic achievement, players and management brought the Munster Cup to schools and clubs around the county. Limerick players Rebeca Delee, Dearbhla Egan, Laura O Neill and Karen O Leary brought the cup to Patrickswell N.S.

The pupils gave the players a very warm welcome and interviewed them for The Green & White Magazine. The players spoke about their pride in the Limerick jersey, the team ethic and the level of commitment required to make it as a senior camogie player. They also spoke about the physical, social and mental benefits of playing camogie, or any sport.

Doon CBS win Leader Cup for Third Year in a Row

Doon CBS became the first team to win the Limerick Leader Cup three times on the trot since the competition was revived in 1996 when they defeated Scoil Mocheallóg from Kilmallock in a pulsating final at Mick Neville Park.

The Limerick Leader Cup is contested by the 15-a side 'A' winners from each of the four Divisions within the county. Doon CBS won the title in 2015 and 2016 but the East Limerick school faced a tough task to retain their title this year.

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