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Back Issues

Welcome to The Green and White Website

The Green and White first appeared in 1996 as a slim, black and white publication of 16 pages. This is issue Number 61, the first of our 21st year and, as you can see, we have made lots of improvements along the way.

We are still dreaming of a first All-Ireland title since 1973. However, there are hopeful signs that the future is bright. In this issue, we meet some of the young players who steered Limerick to an All-Ireland minor final for the second time in three years. We also meet Anthony Daly, Director of Underage Hurling and coach of the minor team. He gives our readers an insight into his thoughts on hurling and the state of the game in Limerick .

We salute Doon CBS who retained the Limerick Leader Cup, their sixth victory in this competition in twenty years. Neighbours, Doon GNS won the Green and White Shield and enjoyed a string of successes on the playing fields. There must be something in the air in Doon!

Several Limerick boys and girls lined out in Croke Park on the biggest GAA occasions of the year. These were the lucky players who lined out in the INTO GAA Mini Sevens. We shine the spotlight on their experience, a dream come true for any young player.

There can only be one winner of any competition but, as long as enjoyment and participation are to the fore, there will be no losers. In these pages, we salute many of the thousands of Limerick pupils who participated in this year’s Allianz Cumann na mBunscol leagues and blitzes.

Over the past 20 years, we have been very privileged to have had Gerry Bennis working with us, managing sales and distribution. Sadly, Gerry passed away as we were preparing this issue for publication. He was a wonderful friend, a mentor and a tireless worker on behalf of The Green and White. Without a doubt, the magazine would not have survived without his support, commitment and inspiration. We send our deepest condolences to Gerry’s family.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.

Luimneach Abú!
Ciarán Crowe & Joe Lyons
Joint Editors

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