ATHEA GAA CLUB NOTES
Our Junior Ladies Team played their first game of the championship on Sunday last in Monaleen against a strong Groody Gaels side. Athea led for much of the first half with Groody Gaels gradually building up their scores to finish with a draw – 2.10 to 2.10. The next day out for the ladies will be on August 30th against Ahane which will be played in Athea. Many thanks to all who travelled to Monaleen on Sunday last to support our ladies.
Tickets are now for sale for our Club Development Draw 2020. Tickets are priced at just €50 which covers entry into all 5 draws. Tickets can be purchased online through clubforce by following the link – https://clubforce.com/clubs/gaa-athea-gaa-club-limerick/. Tickets can also be purchased by contacting any of the following sellers; Kevin O’Keeffe, Roger Ryan, Paul Curry, Matthew Tierney, Neddie Hunt, Pat O’Sullivan, Mossie Ahern, Gerard Ahern, John Hunt, Ger Collins, Liz O’Sullivan, Dan McMahon, Martin Chawke, Podge Reidy, Mark Reidy, Oliver McGrath, Ned Mahony, Magella Dalton, Declan Dalton, Pa Ahern, Kathleen Mullane or Timmy Enright. Tickets also available to purchase at Athea & District Credit Union. Many thanks to everyone for your continued support, allowing us to continue to invest in our facilities at Pairc na nGael.
Our July Newsletter continues to be available in local outlets. Make sure to pick up your free copy before they’re gone! Alternatively, you can email email@example.com to receive a copy by email.
Our next project is to kit out our dugouts with seating. We are currently looking into options -preferably long lasting and maintenance free. The improvements continue.
Our U14 footballers had their first game since the lockdown on Monday night last against Monagae in Athea. The boys played very well, dominating throughout the game, and kicking many fine scores.
Team, Tomás Ahern, Ciarán Hunt, Tadhg Ahern, Jack Sexton, Calum Buckley, Peter Coolahan, Evan Curry, James Hunt, Alex Quinn, Rory Cleary, Louis O Sullivan,Timmy O Keeffe and Jim Ahern.
Best of luck to Micháel Dalton and T.J. Hunt who are on the Templeglantine u21 Hurling panel who have qualified for the county u21B Hurling semifinal.
The U12 footballers played Shannon Gaels in a challenge match last Saturday, in which they played very well especially in the first half.