KEVIN CASSIDY – Festive thoughts

T’S mad to think that we are turning towards the end of another GAA season. Time seems to be passing more rapidly as the years progress. Nonetheless, we have had a fantastic season when we look back on our Gaelic Games. Limerick’s juggernaut continues in the hurling. The Dubs are back on top in the […]

Caroline Currid: Mind over matter

By Niall Gartland SHE’S not a manager, she’s not a player, she’s not a high-profile pundit but Caroline Currid is almost a household name at this stage. Described in the Irish Independent in 2018 as ‘one of the most sought-after figures’ in the GAA, Sports Psychologist Currid has been performance coach of the Limerick hurlers […]

Can the Cats dethrone reigning champs Limerick?

We canvass hurlers across the province for their take on this Sunday’s All-Ireland final showdown between Limerick and Kilkenny. Keelan Molloy (Antrim) YOU certainly couldn’t argue that isn’t the two best teams in the country going head-to-head again this year. Limerick and Kilkenny were All-Ireland finalists last year, they’re back again and they’ve both won […]

JOE BROLLY: The split season

LIMERICK hurler Seán Finn said this week that he has “thoroughly enjoyed the split season” and why wouldn’t he? As he describes it, the long club break from the inter-county season has replenished his energy levels and he is enjoying life. Enjoying life? Is that allowed? Seán told the Examiner’s John Fogarty “When you’re tuned […]