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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# Garryowen

Last month
November 2023
Man killed in early hours Limerick assault named locally
The body of the man remains at the scene which is currently preserved for a technical examination.
This year
Clontarf remain top of AIL table as Shannon consign rivals Garryowen to relegation
Catch up on all the results from the All-Ireland League Men’s divisions.
Last year
Bonus point win for Terenure, Cork Con kicking is key and Young Munster finish strong
All the Round 7 action from the Energia All-Ireland Men’s League.
All time
Man refused bail as court hears woman left with 'inhumane injuries' following assault
Simone Lee remains in a serious condition in hospital following the assault.
'It's amazing looking back and seeing how unaware we were': The week when Irish sport shut down
Donal Ó Fatharta, Mike Sherry, Aishling Moloney and Dan Sheridan reflect on how Irish sporting life was turned upside down by Covid-19.
Man arrested in Limerick over incident where another man had a corrosive substance thrown in his face
The incident happened in the Garryowen area last month.
Analysis: How the Crusaders hurt the Hurricanes with their classy kicking game
Scott Robertson’s side used a variety of kicks to cause major problems in Wellington.
Limerick youth (19) in hospital with serious facial injuries after suspected acid attack
The alleged attack occured at a house gathering on 13 June.
'It was relentless pain, a continuous circle and I couldn't find a way out of it'
Munster wing Ronan O’Mahony was forced to retire from rugby after suffering severe injury.
Shannon suffer relegation to Division 1B after final day defeat to Cork Con
Meanwhile, Dublin University rounded off an unforgettable regular season with a 39-22 bonus-point triumph over Garryowen.
Table-toppers Cork Con look to bounce back against Garryowen, while Lansdowne welcome back Leinster duo
Meanwhile, Clontarf face UCD at the Belfield Bowl.
Garryowen looking to keep good form up for visit of UCC and this weekend's AIL previews
There are 10 matches between Division 1A and 1B as league action returns on Saturday.
All-Ireland Cup semi-finals take centre stage this weekend
Lansdowne are bound for Dooradoyle to meet top-flight rivals Garryowen, while City of Armagh face fellow Division 1B side Buccaneers.
Defending champions Lansdowne clinch first win of new season while Shannon hammer Terenure
Here’s what happened in Division 1A of the All-Ireland league over the weekend.
Reigning champions Lansdowne suffer consecutive defeats while Burke's late penalty earns UCD a point
Here’s what happened in the Ulster Bank Leagues over the weekend.
Munster youngster scores hat-trick for Garryowen, Clontarf thrash title holders Cork
Meanwhile, Ger Slattery’s 11-year spell at the heart of the Young Munster front row came to an end
'The end goal for me is definitely to come back. Munster are still my team'
Dungarvan RFC man Steve McMahon is in excellent form for Carcassonne in France’s second tier.
Unbeaten Lansdowne top of the table at Christmas while Young Munster earn big win
Reports from all five of this week’s AIL Division 1A fixtures in the Ulster Bank League.
November gives Wootton irresistible scent of international rugby
The fruit of Ireland’s Exiles programme, the wing is determined to carry his excellent form through a pivotal December for Johann van Graan’s Munster.
Garryowen climb to second, Cork Constitution pip St Mary's
Check out our Ulster Bank League Division 1A round-up.
Cork Constitution get title defence underway while Terenure kick off season in style
Check out our round-up of this week’s Ulster Bank League Division 1A.
Gardaí investigating after Limerick firefighters attacked at bonfire
No firefighters required medical attention following the incident.
Ex-Munster fullback Scanlon stepping into leader's role at Rotherham
The 25-year-old is excelling in the Championship, where he has five Irish teammates this season.
Clontarf win Ulster Bank League as Old Belvedere crumble at relegated Garryowen
The Dubliners are the top dogs in Irish club rugby for the first time in their 138-year history.
All you’ll ever need to know about Garryowen Football Club
The Limerick club has produced rugby greats such as Keith Wood, Phil Danaher and David Wallace.
Why was Dundon allowed wear headphones during today's judgement?
John Dundon listened to rap music throughout today’s ruling. Many have been asking why the judges allowed him to do so.
Diarmuid McMahon tells us all about playing with All Black legend Richie McCaw
The New Zealand captain defused tension at his first training session by dropping the first ball passed to him.
Grassroots Rugby In The Rain Picture Of The Day
Garryowen took on Old Belvedere at Anglesea Road today.
Ulster Bank League: Lansdowne unleash provincial stars to go top
Mike Ruddock’s side destroyed Dolphin while Young Munster handed Old Belvedere a heavy loss.
Ulster Bank League: Young Munster hope to thwart Garryowen's leadership drive
Shannon are looking for a first win of the season against last year’s champions, St Mary’s College.
Ulster Bank League: Lansdowne stay top as they return to winning ways in Clontarf
A second-half comeback gave Mike Ruddock’s side the victory while Garryowen stayed in touch with a win over Shannon.
Ulster Bank League: Cork Con show their title credentials by toppling league-leading Lansdowne
Johnny Holland was the hero for Constitution while Dolphin blitzed the champions and Old Belvedere got their first win in some style.
Ulster Bank League: Lansdowne top the table after away win over St Mary's College
The Dublin derby was comprehensively won by Mike Ruddock’s side after a hat-trick of tries from Cian Aherne.
Ulster Bank League: Lansdowne go top with six-try blitz against Shannon
The Dublin side were in unstoppable form while Young Munster and Garryowen kept up the winning habit.
Man to appear in court in connection with 2008 murder of Shane Geoghegan
The 28-year-old Garryowen rugby player was shot near his home in a case of mistaken identity nearly four years ago.
Boost for Ulster Bank League as Connacht sign up three players for new season
The province has selected a trio of talented UBL stars in the same week as the 2012/13 fixtures announcement.
Garryowen survive double yellow card blow to win All-Ireland Final
The Limerick side were down to 13 men and trailing at half-time before battling back to clinch the Bateman Cup.
Bateman Cup: Garryowen to face Ballymena in final
The two sides will meet at Templeville Road, home to league champions St Mary’s, on Saturday afternoon.