Andrew Cunneen


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Andrew joined Extratime for the 2010 season and covers all the on-goings down in Limerick. Having first experienced the League of Ireland in 2002, Andrew became hooked, even at such an early age. He is currently studying English and New Media at the University of Limerick. You can contact him via Twitter @Cunneen92.

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Lure of Limerick too strong for Leahy

Former UCD defender Mick Leahy became Stuart Taylor’s second new arrival for the 2014 season today, and he spoke exclusively to about the reasons behind the move.

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Leahy swaps UCD for Limerick

Limerick FC have announced the signing of 24-year old defender Mick Leahy from UCD for the 2014 season.

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Limerick 1 - 0 Shelbourne

Rory Gaffney’s strike just inside the half hour mark sunk a resilient Shelbourne side at Thomond Park on Wednesday evening.

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Limerick 1 - 0 Bohemians

A single Robbie Williams header just ten minutes from time earned Limerick their third win on the trot as they defeated Bohemians by a goal to nil on Monday night at Thomond Park.

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Carroll raring to go as WNL season nears

As the Women's National League is about to kick back into full swing, preparations are being finalised ahead of the big kick-off. This certainly applies on Leeside, and for young Megan Carroll, the excitement is building.

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Limerick FC 1 - 3 UCD

A well-drilled UCD side took advantage of a gutless Limerick performance at Thomond Park to claim all three points as they ran out three-one winners on Friday night.

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Cecil Nyoni signs for Limerick FC

Limerick FC have boosted their squad depth with the signing of central defender Cecil Nyoni.

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Curran devoted to Limerick cause

It's been a big week for Limerick FC's Craig Curran. The Liverpudlian forward signed a new deal with the club on Monday, just after he netted the winner in a 3-2 comeback victory against Dundalk.

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Taylor looking to surpass Sligo Rovers

Limerick set themselves out to play football - that has been made pretty obvious to the majority who have seen them thus far this season. On Monday night, a side who also play football, Sligo Rovers, steamrolled a Limerick team ...

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David McMillan relishing Sligo challenge

After completing his move to the current Premier Division champions Sligo Rovers, Dave McMillan took time out to speak to about his deal, the terms attached to it and his reasons behind the move.

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Craig Curran agrees Blues deal

Craig Curran has put pen to paper on a deal that will see him join Limerick FC on a permanent deal until the end of the 2014 season.

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Taylor rues Limerick mistakes in Cup loss

Seeing your side lose four-nil at any level is tough, let alone a quarter-final in a cup competition. Stuart Taylor seemed rather deflated after Limerick fell to Sligo Rovers by four goals to nil; citing individual errors as the key ...

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Baraclough hails great Sligo performance

Speaking after his side's four-nil thrashing of Limerick, Sligo boss Ian Baraclough was clearly delighted with his side's performance. Goals for both centre halves; Jeff Henderson and Gavin Peers, Danny North and makeshift striker Evan McMillan topped off a great ...

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Limerick 0 - 4 Sligo Rovers

Sligo Rovers booked their place in the last four of the EA Sports Cup in style with a four-nil thrashing of Limerick at Thomond Park on Monday night.

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