AHANE GAA CLUB NOTES
Ahane GAA “Oskars” night
Our big fundraiser this year is the Ahane GAA Oskars night. Come along to our information night at 7:30pm on Wednesday June 12th where we are looking for lots of actors, producers and extras and helpers!
Everyone from the club, parish and beyond are invited to attend to see what exactly the Oskars entails! We look forward to seeing you all there.
SAVE THE DATE – SATURDAY JUNE 8TH AHANE GAA CLUB FAMILY FUN DAY
A family fun day is set to take place in Mackey Park on Saturday 8th June. The event will be held from 2pm to 5pm with a whole range of activities for all the family to enjoy. There will be lots of entertainment for for the younger kids and there will also be hurling, football and camogie blitzes for all age groups and lots more!. A hot dog stand will also be on site, along with plenty of ice cream! Please come along and have a great day out with all the family.
The fun day will be followed by the Tom Meskell Memorial Tournament, senior hurling game between Ahane v O’Callaghan Mills at 6pm
Admission €10 per family.
Support your club, support your community
Limerick v Waterford hurling
Best of luck to both the minor and senior hurling teams who take on Waterford this Sunday 2nd in Walshe Park, with throw-in times at 12pm and 2pm respectively. There is great interest as ever from Ahane given we have Tom and Dan Morrissey prominent with the seniors, while Adam Murrihy and Cian Casey are involved with the minors. Good luck to all involved – Luimneach Abú
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Upcoming Games this week
Mon 27th May : U14 Football away to Cappamore – 7pm start in Cappamore.
Wed 29th May : U14 Hurling away to Caherline – 8pm start in Caherconlish
Football Boot Initiative at Mackey Park
A new Give a Boot – Take a Boot initiative has been launched at Mackey Park to support anyone who may want to avail of the facility to provide slightly used football boots that perhaps a child may have grown out of /have hardly been worn and if suitable may be used by others in the club. It also happens that children arrive at training or games without their boots so this new initiative might will also come in handy over the coming weeks and months ahead. A big THANK YOU to Siobhan Clifford for launching this novel idea in Mackey Park and we are sure the service will be beneficial to many of the younger players in the club.