The 7th (November) CLUB Limerick Draw 2020 will take place on Saturday 28th November
Support Bruree GAA & Join the CLUB Limerick Draw TODAY!
Next Draw Sat 28th November
🔶 1st Prize €10,000
🔶2nd Prize €3,000
🔶3rd Prize €2,000
🔶28 Additional Cash Prizes of €500 €250 & €100.
Entry only €10 per month| 4 Draws Remaining
November Exclusive Star Prize in the CLUB Limerick Draw
Two Nights Spa Break in Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel & Spa
Bubbly in the room on arrival
Dinner in Timmy Macs Bistro
Monthly Tempting Treats for Two People in Revas Spa.
Bruree GAA club shop on O’Neills website
Our new Club jersey was added this year.
Fantastic selection of GAA Tops, Jerseys, Socks, Shorts and Gear Bag.
At a special meeting called recently by Limerick County Board Chairman John Cregan of the committee for the “Win A Mercedes CLA 180” it was agreed that due to the current level 5 restrictions we regretfully have to postpose the Official Draw to choose a winner of Mercedes CLA 180. At The meeting John advised the committee that “Over the last number of days we have endeavoured to host the draw online on 31st October as advertised, however, as restrictions do not allow gatherings for events, we have made a decision to postpone the draw until Saturday 5th December 2020 (Subject to Covid-19 Restrictions). At this time we hope to conduct the draw with our adjudicators Grant Thornton & live stream on our social media platforms.” Thank you to everyone who supported this very success fundraiser and we will be in contact with you early December with full details on the draw
The GAA’s Management Committee has endorsed a decision to suspend all GAA Club games ​at all levels with immediate effect ​and until further notice.The decision has been taken in the interest of public safety following a number of incidents that have been brought to our attention in recent days. ​In particular, post-match celebrations and a lack of social distancing at certain events have proved disappointing and problematic.This directive applies to all ages and all grades across the island.Club Social Centres / bars are also to close.​Training will continue to be permitted as per the guidelines outlined for the relevant levels in the Government’s National Framework for Living with Covid 19 and relevant guidelines in the Six Counties.The GAA will continue to monitor the situation in the ​coming days and weeks, regarding changes in government guidelines, before liaising with our units accordingly.The Association would also like to acknowledge all of those units who have worked diligently in complying with the public health advice around the staging of our games and training sessions since activity resumed.More than ever, we ask that you continue with this approach regarding training sessions.
Bruree GAA are continuing our Community Support Service. If there are any elderly or vulnerable members / friends of Bruree GAA living alone or cocooning and need anything delivered to your home like Groceries or Medication or any other essentials over the coming weeks please contact David Deady Club Secretary on 083-8953481. Bruree GAA will then send someone out to you. As a community Lets look out for each other. Our Volunteers are Garda Vetted and all enquiries are treated with strict confidentiality.
🔷Rockhill AFC And Bruree GAA Lotto
Due to Irish Government and HSE recommendations to Level 5, in the interest of the safety of the lotto organisers, promotors and Lotto players, Rockhill AFC and Bruree GAA lotto committee have come to the decision to postpone this Monday nights lotto draw until further notice. The running of the Lotto creates unnecessary interaction so we hope this is to the understanding of all.During this difficult time we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our ticket sellers/buyers for your continued support. Anyone who has already purchased tickets for this Monday night’s draw can be assured that these tickets will be included once we commence our draws again.We will keep everyone updated over the coming weeks and hope everyone stays safe.
Munster Senior Hurling Championship Semi Final 2020 RESULT
LIMERICK 🇳🇬 3-23 (32)
TIPPERARY🇺🇦 2-17 (23)
Limerick set up a mouthwatering Munster Hurling Championship Final against Waterford. 3-23 on the scoreboard of which 2-16 from play in awful conditions is serious scoring. Fantastic win by the Limerick players who showed great heart, power and determination from start to finish. Well done to to John Kiely and to he’s backroom team.
Munster Senior Hurling Championship Final 2020
Sunday November 15th
Venue: TBA
Time: 4.00pm
We wish John Kiely and he’s backroom team and all the Limerick players the very best of luck.
Munster Senior Football Championship Quarter Final 2020 Result.
LIMERICK 🇳🇬 2-14 (20)
WATERFORD 0-09 (09)
Superb win by Limerick over a tough Waterford team. Always in control of the match, and put up an impressive score.
Munster Senior Football Championship Semi Final 2020
Saturday 7th November
Time: 1.15pm
We wish Billy Lee and he’s backroom team and all the Limerick players the very best of luck. The winners will play Kerry or Cork in the Munster Senior Football Final 2020.
NOVEMBER CHALLENGE & & HELP Mark Noonan beat Lyme Disease.
For the month of November teammates of Mark, in Bruree GAA, along with family and friends are coming together to try and raise much needed funds for Mark.
While over 50 members doing a mix of Movember & No Shave November there are lot of COVID safe activities that people can take up during the coming month. Below are some ideas
– Virtual Walkathon or Run event (Ask people to donate in proportion to how many miles you will walk or run in the month of November)
– Movember
– No Shave November
– Virtual Online Charity Auction
– Virtual Quiz Night
– Birthday Fundraiser – Facebook (Instead of a present, donate)
– Coronavirus Jar (Family or workmates make a ‘coronavirus swear jar’, and give €1 every time the dreaded word is mentioned. Corona / Coronavirus / COVID etc – you decide on the rules)
🔺What is Lymes Disease?
Lyme Disease is a bacterial infection, transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected tick. Lyme disease is currently the fastest growing vector-borne disease in the world. The bacteria is shaped like a corkscrew (called a spirochete) which enables it to burrow through body tissue which most other bacteria wouldn’t be able to penetrate.
If initial infection is left untreated there is a possibility that it could develop causing a serious, system illness called late stage Lyme disease. Not all ticks are infected with Borreliosis, however vigilance is recommended where ticks are present, to reduce the risk of transmission to humans and pets.
For more info go to Bruree GAA Facebook page
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