The GAA has moved to suspend all club matches until further notice. Training can continue however as per the the guidelines outlined under level 3 in the government’s National Framework for Living with Covid 19. We are hopeful that our minor A county football final v Adare will still go ahead some time this year and fixture details will be given as we get them.
Just 3 days to go to get a ticket for Limerick GAA’s “win a Mercedes” fundraiser. All proceeds go to support Limerick GAA teams. Tickets are only €20 at
The formal launch of the GAA & Camogie Clubs Facility Development Plan will take place at mid-day on Sunday 25th October 2020 at Crecora Mainister GAA pitch. Cllr Michael Collins, Mayor of Limerick City & County has agreed to attend, to launch our €160,000 Facility Development Plan. The planned first phase of the Plan entails the provision of a Community Walking Track within the perimeter of the GAA grounds, followed by other development works to upgrade the sporting facilities for our GAA and Camogie activities. The Club intend to apply for grant funding of up to 75% of the proposed development works but 25% of the funding will have to be raised by the Clubs to deliver the Plan. Due to current Covid Phase 3 restrictions, only a limited number of designated Club representatives can attend the launch with the Mayor and social distancing and other requirements will be fully observed for our launch.
The next draw will take place on Saturday 31st October with a top prize of €10,000. 50% of all membership revenue goes directly to our club. October’s star prize is a two night stay in a luxurious deluxe room at Lough Rynn Castle Estate and Gardens in Co. Leitrim with breakfast and an evening dinner included. To be in with a chance of winning you can join at or at