The CLUB Limerick Draw 2021 is now available online together with full details of prizes, members discounts, how to join & much more.
The CLUB Limerick Draw 2021 is set up to Support the Future Success of our Clubs & County Teams and your support is very much appreciated.
Limerick GAA & Bruree GAA Need Your Help for 2021.
Let’s give our Club & our County hurlers & footballers the best chance possible in preparing for future success.
Sign up to the all-new 2021 CLUB Limerick Draw today.
For only €10, be in with a chance of winning a top prize of €10,000; PLUS 29 additional cash prizes each month!
You’ll also get the chance to win an exclusive STAR PRIZE each month. In March be in with a chance of winning Apple iPad (8th Generation) 128 GB.
❗9 draws left with the 2nd draw taking place on Saturday 24th April with the last draw in December 2021❗
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CLUB Limerick Draw 2021 – ‘Supporting the Future Success of our Club & County Teams.
The GAA has issued advice to clubs and counties for activities that are permissible and not permissible in 2021 until further notice. Under new Level 5 of the plan for living with Covid-19, only individual club training is permitted for GAA clubs. Intercounty resumes on April 19th. Underage resumes on April 26th in small groups. Neither adult or underage teams may train collectively & club games are not permitted. These restrictions will remain in place until at least early May.
Limerick GAA have confirmed that they will play underage hurling and football competitions at uneven ages in 2021 in line with national policy. The new policy came into effect from this January 2021. All teams will now move to the uneven numbers (U7, U9, U11, U13, U15 & U17, etc). In Limerick, the U7, U9 and U11 age grades will come under the remit of Coaching & Games. The U13, U15 and U17 age grades will be planned by County Bord na nÓg. Feile now reverts to U15 level. Formats, days, dates etc are being organised at the moment and further details will be circulated to the clubs at later dates.
Hi all,
Renewal mails for membership should have gone out to those who paid membership online last year.
With current restrictions in place we will have to process payments online as much as possible.
▪️New Limerick Jerseys For 2021 Season
Limerick GAA today launched their New Jersey for the 2021 Season.
The New Jersey is a mix of the traditional jersey with a new design that incorporates the names of the 65 affiliated clubs within the county.
The addition of the club names to the jersey is an acknowledgment of work done by clubs to foster players where they harvest their skills to become inter county players.
John Cregan Chairman of Limerick County Board said “We are delighted to officially launch our new playing jersey for the 2021 season. I would like to thank the designers at O Neil’s who worked with us as a County Board to produce such an eye catching jersey. Given the work that clubs do in fostering and nurturing young players we are delighted to recognise the 65 clubs on the jersey. It is also a reminder for anyone that wears the jersey that they have a great honour to represent the county as one”
The home and away jersey is available for sale through the Limerick GAA website
Bruree Gaa Official Club Products Can Be Purchased From O’ Neills Sports. 63 different products to choose from so have a look.
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▪️Con & Annie Kirby Memorial at Limerick Greyhound Stadium
On Saturday night, Round 2 of the 2021 Con & Annie Kirby Memorial took place at Limerick Greyhound Stadium. Sponsored by JP & Noreen McManus, 48 Limerick clubs battling for 24 places were represented in the competition by the competing greyhounds in the hope of winning up to €10,000!
We Bruree GAA were represented by Jackslittlething, Number 3. Unfortunately Jackslittlething didn’t qualify. We would like to thank the owner and trainer for representing our club. Congratulations to all who qualified for the quarter finals. We wish all remaining clubs the very best of luck.
Bruree GAA would like to thank JP and Noreen McManus for their wonderful and continued support to Limerick GAA and All the Clubs. It is truly appreciated.
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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.
Due to Irish Government’s Level 5 Restrictions and the New HSE recommendations to minimise social contact and 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 the Monday night lotto draws 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.
Please Take care from all at Rockhill AFC and Bruree GAA Lotto Committee.
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Friends of Limerick Football in association with Limerick GAA are running a Last Man Standing Fundraiser , to raise much needed funds , to further develop football throughout the county. All proceeds go towards the running costs of the football academy, catering for young players from the age of 14 to 17 years of age.
This year we are starting an Emerging Talent Squad to cater for the players that are on the periphery of the U20 squad and players who are over 20 that are on the periphery of the senior squad. Proceeds also go to the U20 and Senior footballers training fund to assist them to build on the huge success of 2020. So your clubs support and participation or contribution would be greatly appreciated.We would also ask clubs to promote and share the link for this essential fundraiser on their social media sites and among their members and friends.