We are delighted to announce that underage training can recommence in line with the easing of Government restrictions. The Health Questionnaire will need to be completed on behalf of each child before training. The utmost caution must be taken. Strict social distancing and public health guidelines should be adhered to at all times. In particular, it is important that parents do not congregate in groups before or after sessions, outside of what is permitted in current Government regulations.
We are grateful to the coaches for organising training. On a separate note, every child must be a registered member of the club to be covered by insurance. Membership can be paid through clubforce.

Congratulations to Sarah O’Connor, Rachel Greaney and Rebekah Daly who have been selected on the Limerick Ladies 2021 Panel. We are very proud to have our club represented at County Level.

We are currently seeking the public’s support in naming our two new superheroes! The superheroes heard about all the fantastic developments at our club and are here to bring some fun and colour to our facility, and also to help us to further reduce our loan balance – ‘Be a Hero, Run with us to Zero’. There will be a prize of an Athea GAA O’Neill’s Half Zip Squad Top per name chosen following a public vote. Suggestions can be submitted to our facebook page or through Athea National School.

To kickstart our fundraising efforts – ‘Be a Hero, Run with us to Zero’, a ‘Walk to Croker’ is currently being organised for mid May where we will be encouraging everyone to join us in our walk to Croker. More details to follow next week.