Spin & Win Draw
Due to current restrictions Fr. Caseys Spin & Win Draw will be postponed until further notice. All purchased tickets will be valid for the next draw when resumed and yearly ticket holders will also be accommodated accordingly.
Annual General Meeting
Fr Caseys AGM will take place Monday December 14th at 8pm sharp in the GAA clubhouse. Any motions should be forwarded to club secretary by the 4th December.
Best of Luck Limerick
Best of luck to the Limerick Senior Hurlers who face Waterford next Sunday in the Munster Hurling Final. With two very impressive performances to date hopefully the positive run continues this weekend as Limerick bid to retain their Munster crown.
Unfortunately lady luck did not shine on the Limerick Footballers last Saturday when they went down to a single point defeat after extra time to Tipperary in the Munster Semi-Final. After a blistering start by Limerick, the second half belonged to Tipperary who proceeded to take the game to extra time. Even though Limerick had an opportunity to level right at the end, the close range free sailed wide and after a positive few weeks including a Division 4 title that extra step to a Munster Final has eluded them. Well done to all involved including Adrian Enright who has done us proud.
Club Limerick Draw The next Club Limerick Draw will take place on Saturday November 28th with another €10,000 jackpot and an Exclusive Star Prize of Two Nights Spa Break in Fitzgeralds Woodlands House up for grabs.
Many thanks to all the club members who have joined the draw to date. The cost is only €10 per draw with €5 going directly back to your local nominated club. For those who still wish to join, you can sign up online @ Previous draw results can also be viewed on this site.
Friends of Fr. Casey’s Fundraiser
Fr. Caseys GAA Club are currently embarking on a unique fundraiser to raise vital funds for the continued development of our club grounds. Given the current climate all volunteer organisations need the support of its members now more than ever. We are calling on all club members both past and present, those overseas and within the locality to dig deep and support this fundraiser. We appreciate your help spreading the word to family & friends.
A free standing sign will be erected in front of our clubhouse containing the names of all club supporters who have generously supported this fundraising initiative. This sign will be attractively constructed to complement our existing club grounds and will stand as a long term indication to future generations of your generosity to support and improve the club.
Placing your name on the sign will cost €100 for a once off payment. We are also willing to facilitate staged payments by direct debit (either 2 x €50 or 5 x €20). The related IBAN for this is ie11aibk93501800012325. To submit your name please contact any committee member or email the club secretary at There has been a fantastic response to date so if interested please do not delay to make contact.
The money raised from this fundraiser will be used to enhance the development of our club grounds.
Friends of Fr. Casey’s Christmas Gift
This Christmas why not give your loved ones the unique Christmas Gift of adding their name to our new Friends of Fr. Casey’s sign which will be attractively erected in our club grounds in 2021. Their name will be immortalised for future generations to see their generosity towards our local GAA Club with your money going towards our vital club development projects. More details can be viewed on our club website
Placing your name on the sign will cost €100 for an individual or couple and €150 for a family name. To submit your name please contact any committee member or email the club secretary at Please inform us if your purchase is required as a Christmas Gift and we will issue you with an attractive e-gift receipt for inclusion as a special Christmas present.
We are extremely grateful to the people of Abbeyfeale and surrounding areas including those overseas who have always been extremely generous to our GAA club. We hope that we have in some way repaid that friendship through our recent successes on the playing field but as always will continue to strive to better ourselves as a club both on and off the field.