Covid 19 Contribution: Recently Cllr Michael Collins, the then Mayor of Limerick City & County presented Enda Nicholl, the chairperson of Ballybricken/Bohermore GAA club along with other members a framed scroll in recognition of the clubs contribution to the community during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Underage: During the week our U13 Footballers beat Shannon Gaels comprehensively on a scoreline of 9:04 to 2:04. Some brilliant performances on the night out the boys. The under 9’s travelled to Cappamore where some exciting hurling was on show. The upcoming underage fixtures for this week are as follows: On Monday at 7pm our U15 hurlers are at home to South Liberties/Crecora Manister. On Tuesday night the U11s take on Pallasgreen/Kilteely at home. On Wednesday night at 7pm our U17 hurlers are at home to Pallasgreen and on Thursday night our U13s are at home to Dromin Athlacca.
Junior A Football: This week gone our Junior A footballers received a walkover from Oola. This coming Wednesday they take on Fedamore in Ballybricken at 7:30pm in the final round of the group. The lads are currently top of the group.
Junior B Hurling: On Friday evening the lads were at home to Ballybrowne in the City/East Junior B hurling league. With both teams level on top of the group with Fedamore going into the game there was a lot to play for. The game started brightly with both teams trading points in the opening minutes. Scores from Colm teefy, Adam McCarthy and Jason Cross gave the lads a bit of breathing room until Ballybrowne pulled themselves back into it and bally lead 6 points to 5 at the water break. Ballybrowne came out of the water break looking lively and buried a goal to put them in the lead. This was shortly followed by another well taken Ballybrowne goal. Dylan Conway got a beautiful point before half time which saw Ballybrowne lead 2:06 to 0:07. The Ballybricken management made some had decisions at half time making three substitutes but these decisions paid off as the lads came out all fired up taking two lovely points before Seamus Burke got on the end of a high ball to bury it in the back of the Ballybrowne net. Not to be outdone by Seamus, Sean Browne won the b all on his own half back line before breaking forward and scoring a monster of a point. Jason Cross too getting in on the act showing some lovely skill to rise the ball with his boot whilst on the run. Colm Teefy with another well taken point from play put us two ahed, but Ballybrowne were not for beating and got two points late on leaving it a draw game of 1:11 to 2:07. Some excellent hurling for both sides, showing exactly how competitvie the Junior B championship is this year. The team on the night was John Casey, Hughie Lenord, Eoin Lyons, James Flannery, Adrian Lennon, Sean Browne, Larry Browne, Adam MCCarthy, Jason Cross, Aaron O’Brien, Aidan Power Tommy Carroll, Dylan Conway, Colm Teefy, Jamie O’Donoghue. Subs: Kieran McCarthy, Eoin Frawley, Joe Teefy, Barry Laffan, Aaron Hickey, Seamus Burke and Enda Frawley. On Sunday at 12pm the lads will take on Fedamore in Fedamore in their final group game. Please come out and support the lads.
Club Lotto: The Ballybricken/Bohermore GAA club on the 28th June 2021 was held at the Clubhouse but unfortunately there was no winner of the €9,300 jackpot. Congratulations to Denis Stack, Sean Bermingham, Alan McGregor and Eamon Mitchell who were the lucky dip winners. The next draw is on Monday the 5th July with the jackpot now at €9,400. Tickets can be purchased in Scanlon’s Shop, by contacting Kathleen Wilkinson, or on the club website. Best of luck to all entrants and thanks for your support