Laune Rangers appoint local hero Fleming as manager 

With the changes to the 2018 fixture schedule, a greater onus appears to be on clubs having management teams finalised as soon as possible, and in that regard Laune Rangers have confirmed a new manager this past week with former Kerry team captain Timmy Fleming to manage his native club after a spell with Spa in East Kerry. A former All-Ireland U-21 winner in 1990, Fleming managed Spa to a 2012 Intermediate Final defeat to Finuge. He succeeds Joe Hayes who managed the side for two years following the move of Liam Hassett to...

Livewire Looney as enthusiastic as ever for club success 

Timmy Sheehan Dynamic and free scoring wing forward Brian Looney, who burst on to the senior scene as a 19-year old, and was the Championship winning captain in 2010, is looking to add further to his spiralling medal haul that includes six County Championships, eight O'Donoghue Cups and five Munsters Club Championships, as well, of course, as the All Ireland medals he has won with his club and the county (at U-21). Looney's enthusiasm for the game, and his...

Clanmaurice reach promised land of All-Ireland camogie final 

Kevin Egan Life outside of Munster has proved difficult for Clanmaurice camogie club in recent years, with a series of All-Ireland semi-final defeats serving as disappointing footnotes to otherwise successful seasons. It looked for all the world as if yet more heartbreak was in store at St. Sorney's GAA grounds in Ballinderreen on Sunday afternoon, as Athleague of Roscommon slowly and methodically reeled in a six-point deficit to draw level in the 59th minute of...

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