Limerick Senior Hurling

Some articles on limerick senior hurling, hurling, limerick, senior:

Phil Bennis - Managerial Career - Limerick
... Bennis served as manager of the Limerick senior hurling team for two separate spells in the late 1980s and early 1990s ... with the side including the winning of a National Hurling League title in 1992, but failed to capture either Munster Championship, or All Ireland success ... he got was to contest the 1992 Munster Final against Cork in Semple Stadium, Thurles, but Limerick lost on a scoreline of 1-22 to 3-11 ...
Olive Senior
... Olive Marjorie Senior (b ... Senior has published three collections of poems Talking of Trees (1985), Gardening in the Tropics (1994), and Over the Roofs of the World (2005) ... Senior's work often addresses questions of Caribbean identity in terms of gender and ethnicity ...
Brian Geary - Playing Career - Senior
... By this stage Geary was a key member of the Limerick senior hurling team ... Two years later in 2001 Geary lined out in his first Munster final at senior level ... Tipperary were the opponents on that occasion, however, Limerick faced a narrow 2-16 to 1-17 defeat ...
Limerick Senior Hurling Championship
... The Limerick Senior Hurling Club Championship is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association club competition between the top Limerick clubs ... The winners of the Limerick Championship qualify to represent their county in the Munster Senior Club Hurling Championship, and in turn go on to the All-Ir ... Kilmallock are the current (2012) Limerick senior hurling champions, after defeating Adare by a scoreline of 1-15 to 0-15 in the final at the Gaelic Grounds on October 7, 2012 ...
Don Young
... Young is the 6th most senior U.S ... Representative and the 2nd most senior Republican Representative, as well as the 2nd most senior Republican in Congress as a whole ... Upon the defeat of Senator Ted Stevens, Young became the senior member of the Alaska congressional delegation ...

Famous quotes containing the words limerick and/or senior:

    Galway is a blackguard place,
    To Cork I give my curse,
    Tralee is bad enough,
    But Limerick is worse.
    Which is worst I cannot tell,
    They’re everyone so filthy,
    But of the towns which I have seen
    Worst luck to Clonakilty.
    —Anonymous. “Clonakilty,” from Geoffrey Grigson’s Faber Book of Epigrams and Epitaphs, Faber & Faber (1977)

    I suffer whenever I see that common sight of a parent or senior imposing his opinion and way of thinking and being on a young soul to which they are totally unfit. Cannot we let people be themselves, and enjoy life in their own way? You are trying to make that man another you. One’s enough.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)