Many thanks to all of our juvenile club who has paid their registration fees so promptly. Registration fees are now overdue. please pay your team manager Asap.
Ballybrown will be holding an Easter hurling camp on Wednesday 19th – Fri 21st April from 10.30am – 1.30pm. It is open to all children from U6 to U13. Registration can be done on the any morning from 10am.
Training U6, U8, U10:
There Will be no training this Friday night due to the Easter camp this week.
We are super excited to be able to announce that Ballybrown Gaa club Gear is available to order directly from O’Neills shop online. there is a huge choice of tops and bottoms available, with more to be added over the coming weeks. Many thanks to a Frances McCarthy – juvenile club chairperson who has put alot of work into getting this sorted. So for birthday presents, communion gifts or hopefully a county final you will be able to order gear delivered to your door as and when you want it.
No winner of the Lotto Jackpot Last week. Numbers were 4, 10, 13 and 29. B15. Don’t forget to buy your tickets from The Clubhouse Bar, Hayes Shop, Centra Clarina, Quinns De Bucket Bar and Restaurant and Curran’s Ferrybridge Bar. Local seller’s go door to door if you would like anyone to call contact the Ballybrown GAA Club Facebook page or any club committee member.
A big congratulations to our U8 hurlers who played Newcastle West in Clarina last Friday night. Some great matches were played between both teams in tough conditions on what was the U8s first of many matches for the year ahead. Well done to all.
Ballybrown U16 team had a great 5 point win over Na Piarsaigh a week ago in the first match of the season. It was always going to be a tough match but they kept a lead right from the beginning. Next match not until July 3 after the exams. Ballybrown 3-13 Na Piarsaigh 1-14.
Ballybrown GAA club with Ballybrown camoige club and Ballybrown Community centre were delighted to take part in Team Limerick Cleanup #TLC3 good friday morning. Thank you to everyone who helped. And thank you to JP McManus for this fantastic initiative. He provided all the jackets, bags, pickers, gloves, hand sanitiser and even the tea and coffee for afterwards. We were delighted to Welcome Paul ‘Street Boy’ Fitzgerald and Emma Coughlan from Live 95 FM out to take photos and meet some of the children. It proves to be a great community occassion Year after year and we are proud to give something back to the community.