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Limerick county football team

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Limerick
Limerick GAA crest.jpg
Sport:Football
Irish:Luimneach
Nickname(s):The Shannonsiders
The Treaty County
County board:Limerick GAA
Manager:Billy Lee
Captain:Iain Corbett and Donal O'Sullivan[1]
Home venue(s):Páirc na nGael, Limerick
Recent competitive record
Current All-Ireland status:Munster (SF) in 2020
Last championship title:1896
Current NFL Division:4 (1st in 2020; promoted to 3)
Last league title:None
First colours
Second colours

The Limerick county football team represents Limerick in men's Gaelic football and is governed by Limerick GAA, the county board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team competes in the three major annual inter-county competitions; the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, the Munster Senior Football Championship and the National Football League.

Limerick's home ground is Páirc na nGael, Limerick. The team's manager is Billy Lee.

Limerick was the first Munster county to win an All-Ireland Senior Football Championship (SFC). It has won two All-Ireland Senior Championships. The county last won the Munster Senior Championship and the All-Ireland Senior Championship in 1896. Limerick have never won the National League.

History

The team did not play in the Munster Football Championship (1953–1964).

Limerick plays in Division 3 of the National Football League.

Current squad

Team as per Limerick vs Clare in the Munster SFC quarter-final, 28 May 2017

No. Player Position Club
1 Donal O'Sullivan Goalkeeper Monaleen
2 Daniel Daly Right Corner Back Father Casey's
3 Johnny McCarthy Full Back St Kieran's
4 Seán O'Dea Left Corner Back Kilteely–Dromkeen
5 Paul White Right Half Back Rathkeale
6 Iain Corbett Centre Back Newcastle West (c)
7 Brian Fanning Left Half Back Pallasgreen
8 Darragh Treacy Midfield St Kieran's
9 David Ward Midfield Father Casey's
10 Peter Nash Right Half Forward Pallaskenry
11 James Naughton Centre Forward St Senan's
12 Garrett Noonan Left Half Forward Dromcollogher/Broadford
13 Seamus O'Carroll Right Corner Forward Castleknock
14 Danny Neville Full Forward Ballysteen
15 Ger Collins Left Corner Forward Monaleen
No. Player Position Club
16 Brian Scanlon Substitiute Gerald Griffins
17 Tony McCarthy Substitiute Pallaskenry
18 Padraig Quinn Substitiute Monaleen
19 Jamie LeeWD Substitiute Newcastle West
20 Padraig Scanlon Substitiute Glin
21 Josh Ryan Substitiute Oola
22 Sean McSweeney Substitiute St Kieran's
23 Padraig De Brún Substitiute Firies
24 Sean Sheehan Substitiute Rathkeale
25 Bill Creamer Substitiute Cappamore
26 Luke Murphy Substitiute Monaleen

RET Player has since retired from the county team.
INJ Player has had an injury which has affected recent involvement with the county team.
WD Player has since withdrawn from the county team due to a non-injury issue.

Jamie Lee was in New South Wales in 2020.[2]

Current management team

Managerial history

Name Club From To All-Ireland titles Munster titles
Des McDonnell Monaleen 1979 1981
Donie Nestor Askeaton 1982 1983
Raymond O'Hagan Mungret St Paul's 1984 1987
Paddy O'Dwyer Claughaun 1987 1988
P. J. Bourke Oola 1988 1993
Ger Power Austin Stacks, Kerry 1993 1994
David Quirke Oola 1995 1997
Paddy Mulvihill Moyvane, Kerry 1997 1999
Liam Kearns Austin Stacks, Kerry 1999 2005
Mickey 'Ned' O'Sullivan Kenmare, Kerry 2005 2010
Maurice Horan Na Piarsaigh 2010 2013
John Brudair Dromcollogher/Broadford 2013 2016
Billy Lee Newcastle West 2017 Present

Honours

References

  1. ^ "Limerick keep joint captains despite GAA clamp down on practice". Hogan Stand. 3 May 2021.
  2. ^ "Why three players swapped inter-county football for Sydney". RTÉ. 1 June 2020.
  3. ^ Clancy, Tom. "Limerick stun Cork to seal famous McGrath Cup final win". Limerick Leader. 11 January 2020.
This page was last edited on 11 June 2021, at 02:07
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