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Winter 2017

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Limerick Camogie: Munster Champions
Billy Leenane
Leader Cup
Having a Ball in Killinure NS!
The G&W Shield
Mini 7s
Limerick U-21s: Primary School Days
Primary Game 2017
City Schools
Limerick U-21s: All Ireland Champions
The Lundon Eye
East Limerick Schools
West Schools
South Schools
The Quest for Limerick's Greatest Player
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Welcome to The Green and White Website

Another school year is well under way and Allianz Cumann na mBunscol competitions are in full flight throughout Limerick city and county. This issue, the first of this school year, looks back at the hurling and camogie competitions that were run in all four Divisions. Doon CBS achieved a historic sequence of three Limerick Leader Cup victories in a row. Crecora NS won the Green and White Shield, a long overdue victory for a school with a great commitment to camogie. Limerick boys and girls lined out in the INTO Mini Sevens in August and September, playing in front of packed houses in Croke Park on the biggest days in the GAA calendar. In each Division of Limerick, boys and girls achieved victories in their school colours that will live forever in their memories.

Limerick's victory in the 2017 All-Ireland Under 21 hurling final in Semple Stadium provided a beacon of hope in a disappointing year for Limerick inter-county teams. Pat Donnelly's charges did it the hard way, defeating Clare, Tipperary and Cork to regain the Munster title before taking the scalps of Galway and Kilkenny in the All Ireland series. With two All-Ireland titles in this grade in three years, what will it take to see Limerick convert underage success to silverware at senior level?

In this issue, we salute the Limerick Under 21 hurlers who lit up our summer. We look back to their formative days in primary school. The significance of the role of Allianz Cumann na mBunscol was seen clearly in the Under 21 success. All of the players in the squad had come through the primary schools system, with most going on to play in the Mackey Cup and Primary Game. What greater incentive could our young readers need to play Gaelic Games with their school teams?

As ever, issue no. 64 of The Green and White is packed with all your favourite features, photos, interviews, cartoons and news. This is your magazine too. We value your contribution. We are grateful to all the people who supply us with photos, results and all kinds of interesting information. Finally, we would like to thank Bord Gais for photos relating to the Limerick Under 21 victory.


Luimneach Abú!
Ciarán Crowe & Joe Lyons
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