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Winter 2020

Spotlight on Colin Coughlan
Meet Niamh McCarthy
We Deliver!
Parish Maps
Shane Dowling
City Schools - Photo Feature
A GAA Referee: Meet the Man in the Middle
Interview with Iain Corbett
Former Limerick Hurlers Stats Sheets
Hit the Woah for Milford Hospice (Part 1)
Limerick are National Hurling League Champions!
Hit the Woah for Milford Hospice (Part 2)
East Limerick Indoor Hurling
Damien Draws
Green & White Art Gallery
Spill da Tae!
The Lundon Eye
The Weston Warrior

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Back Issues

Welcome to The Green and White Website

It has been a year like no other. Who would have thought that 2020 would see our life change so dramatically?

The much-anticipated Cumann na mBunscol hurling and camogie season never took place; likewise the Munster GAA Primary Game and all the other annual highlights that children all over Limerick relish and enjoy. March 2020 saw Kilbehenny NS, Herbertstown NS and The Green and White win national recognition at the Cornmarket Cumann na mBunscol Awards. Little did we think that, less than a week later, schools would close and remain silent until September.

Interest in Gaelic Games has never waned and, in this issue, we attempt to sate your appetite for the good times that 2021 will surely bring while also looking back at highlights of the not-too-distant past.

Intercounty fare finally returned in October and we are delighted to feature interviews with high-flying Limerick county football captains, Iain Corbett and Niamh McCarthy. We also celebrate Limerick’s 2020 NHL success.

We chat with Damien Quinn, graphic artist and sports illustrator from Fedamore. We chat to Joe Murphy from Monagea GAA Club who is spearheading their Parish Maps fundraiser. We also meet rising star, Colin Coughlan, a mainstay of Ballybrown and Limerick minor hurling teams in recent years.

We salute Shane Dowling for his massive contribution to Limerick hurling teams over the years as injury problems brought the curtain down prematurely on his glittering intercounty career.

James Lundon takes time out of his busy schedule to tell us about his life and times as a referee.

We introduce a new feature based on the fantastic statistics section in 20/20 Vision - Stats Sheets for former Limerick hurling stars.

We look back at how players and fans of all ages coped in the absence of GAA action during the first Covid-19 Lockdown - there were on-line quizzes and crosswords, throw-back photos on social media, daily skills challenges to complete and socially-distanced training regimes to follow. We also look back at the wonderful Hit the Woah fundraiser for Milford Hospice. On the Cumann na mBunscol front, we salute the Limerick schools who won Cornmarket Awards this year, and we have photo features on the East Limerick Indoor Hurling Competition and the City football finals.

The Green and White relies on a wide range of talented and generous friends who share their knowledge and expertise with us. Special thanks to: Seamus McElligott (Sport Action Photography); Tom Russell (Anois Photography); Br. JL Dormer, Rúnaí of Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Luimnigh; Liam O’Brien for sharing his excellent poem with us and for all the great support for The G&W on the Cuimhnigh ar Luimneach page on Facebook. Finally, we are also indebted to talented young artists Róisín Crowe, Niamh Barton, Chianna Bennis and Sinéad Baragry for providing us with artwork for this bumper issue of The G&W.

Luimneach Abú!
Ciarán Crowe & Joe Lyons
Joint Editors

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