CROOM GAA CLUB NOTES
Phase 3 Development:
Works will recommence this week with the finishing of ground works, connection of new flood lighting and general works that will complete this phase of the clubs development, great credit is due to those involved for making our development plans a reality. Lots done with lots more to do as we look forward to Phase 4 – more on this in the months ahead but we are keen to keep the forward momentum. If you are unable to visit the club in person right now, please visit Croom GAA Facebook page where you can view photos of the great work being carried out.
Hurling training Wednesday Nov 25th on the 4G training area 7.15-8.15pm. Players are asked to bring their own drink and ensure to confirm their Covid status prior to attending training.
“Sunday Sessions” continued last Sunday morning; we had big numbers yet again in attendance. It was a beautiful sunny Sunday morning and this bunch of lads who were rearing to go with our biggest challenge trying to get lads to go home after training
, these guys love to play and with our new training area the kids would stay all day if they were left. These sessions will continue every Sunday at 10am led by Aidan Mangan. Players are asked to bring their own drink and ensure to confirm their Covid status prior to attending training. Looking forward to next Sunday already and with Limerick playing the All Ireland Semi later in the day there will be great excitement! U6s:
Our U6 Nursery continues their training and fun functional movement skills and activities on the 4G training area this Saturday morning 11-12noon. All kids are welcome.
Lotto: Numbers drawn 12,18,19,30, No jackpot winners .Lucky dips-/. Billy Ryan c/ o M Reidy , Connie Cregan Caherass , Nancy Frawley St Senans Terrace, Peter Cregan c/ o M Reidy, Mark Lynch c/ o Mark Reidy. The next draw is for a jackpot of €7700 . Thanks to all those who support our draw and other fundraising efforts.
It’s a super exciting time to be involved in the Croom GAA club – Would you like to get involved? or maybe your child would like to take up playing gealic games?
We would invite everyone who is interested in getting involved, aspiring players, parents/potential coaches, ex-players etc. to contact us via
– Croom GAA has so much to offer, committed coaches & state of the art facilities, don’t miss out! does not matter if you have no experience with Gealic Games, that’s no problem, everyone of all ages & abilities are very welcome and we will ensure you get the coaching/guidance you need. We have many new kids who didn’t play Gealic Games before or who have been coming a distance to play with Croom so don’t be shy you will be very welcome. Fresh air and exercise for all kids right now is a must until we get over this pandemic. Hope to hear from you!
Put your flags out!!
**Good Luck Limerick**
Don’t forget, in support of our Senior Hurlers next Sunday, to put out your flags to show your support of John Kiely, his staff & all the boys!
Wishing the Limerick Senior Hurlers all the very best on Sunday against Galway, we can’t be there with you but we will all be watching and roaring you on!
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