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Limerick County Coursing Club Celebrates Successful Two-Day Event at Foynes and Poenaima – Limerick Gazette

Limerick County Coursing Club Celebrates Successful Two-Day Event at Foynes and Poenaima

The Limerick County Coursing Club recently hosted an exciting and successful two-day event held at Foynes and Poenaima. The event, which garnered substantial interest and support from local coursing enthusiasts, showcased the vibrant sportsmanship and community spirit present within the region.

One of the key factors contributing to the event’s success was the laudable partnership between Mr Peter Fitzgerald and Mr F.R. Fosbery. Both gentlemen generously provided their preserves for the coursing event, enabling competitors to experience the thrill and challenge of coursing within a secure and well-maintained environment. Their combined efforts not only facilitated a smooth and seamless event, but also fostered a sense of camaraderie and collaboration among all those involved, from organizers to competitors and spectators.

Over the course of the two days, attendees were treated to top-notch coursing events filled with impressive displays of athleticism, strategy, and skill. The combination of well-prepared grounds and an engaged audience created an electric atmosphere that further amplified the excitement of each coursing match.

The event also provided a unique opportunity for the coursing community in Limerick County to connect with fellow enthusiasts, share knowledge, and build lasting relationships that will positively impact the sport for years to come.

In conclusion, the recent success of the Limerick County Coursing Club’s two-day event at Foynes and Poenaima demonstrates the passion and vitality of the coursing community in the region. Through the continued collaboration of individuals like Mr Fitzgerald and Mr Fosbery, such events not only serve to entertain and engage local sports enthusiasts but also contribute to the growth and recognition of coursing as a cherished part of Limerick County’s heritage.

Northants Evening Telegraph – Saturday 01 February 1902