Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebook Previous articleFundraising masquerade ball to aid Milford Hospice and Mid-Western Cancer FoundationNext articleThis week on Limerick Post Entertainments ….. Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Linkedin Advertisement Email Print Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” TAGSfeaturedgarryowen fcIrish RugbylimerickNeville Furlong Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash NewsPopular sportsman Neville loses battle with illnessBy Staff Reporter – September 26, 2017 2055 Twitter WhatsApp The late Neville FurlongFORMER Irish rugby international and Garryowen FC stalwart Neville Furlong has died following illness in Limerick this Tuesday.Sadness has surrounded the news of the death of the 49-year-old popular player, coach and former Garryowen FC underage chairman who represented his club and country to the greatest honour and scored in a test match against the New Zealand All Blacks on the 1992 Irish tour to the Southern Hemisphere rugby nation.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Neville crossed the whitewash in the Wellington defeat and marked the scoreboard as the last Irish player to score a try valued at four points.Neville’s sporting career began in the earliest of years through schools and underage competitive team sports before landing a selection amongst the Wexford minor and his native county u21 football panels.While attending UCG, Neville’s rugby career took hold and he played with the Irish Universities before signing with the Connacht senior squad.Neville’s speed and agility on the wing caught the eyes of Irish selectors and the Garryowen club man was elevated to the Irish “A” team and then on to the full international side.In 1995, Neville helped Garryowen to claim AIL league glory.It is with deep regret that we learn of the death of Neville Furlong, former player for GFC and @IrishRugby and friend to many. RIP— Garryowen FC (@GarryowenFC) September 26, 2017During 2005 and 2006, Neville lent his coaching experience to Patrickswell GAA by guiding them to consecutive county semi final and final.Since ending his playing career, Neville worked tirelessly with the underage set up at Garryowen FC where he led the club as Chairman of the Underage Rugby before he sadly passed away at Milford Hospice this weekNeville, beloved son of the late Ronan and brother of late Rhonda, is survived by his wife Trish, sons Odran and Kyle, mother Collette, brothers Damien, Ronan and Kenan, sister Leah and extended family and friends.The popular sportsman takes his final resting place this Thursday at St Joseph’s Cemetery, Castleconnell.Neville’s passing has drawn sympathies from the widest parts.Ar dheis De go raibh an anam.
Josh Groban has yet to make his Broadway debut (what’s up with that?), but that’s not stopping him from crooning a bunch of show tunes on his latest album, Stages! The set list includes numbers from musicals he saw as a kid with his family—including The Phantom of the Opera and Sunday in the Park with George, as well as songs he’s sung on stage previously, including “Anthem” from Chess. And while they don’t appear in the video, the album will feature duets with both familiar and unexpected faces, including six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald and three-time Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson (who recently hinted at her involvement). Stages will be released on April 28. In the meantime, take a look at the video featurette below, and join us in dream-casting the hell out of Josh Groban on the Great White Way! Josh Groban View Comments Star Files