CROOM GAA CLUB NOTES
On Thursday May 9th at 7.45pm we welcome Dr. Catherine Norton to Croom GAA Club to give a talk on all aspects of nutrtition for sport. Catherine is a registered dietitian (BSc Human Nutrition & Dietetics DIT/ TCD), accredited high performance sports and exercise nutritionist (INDI SENG, BDA, SENr), Level 1 Anthropometrist (ISAK) with 15 years’ experience in nutrition service provision across health care, the pharmaceutical industry, professional sport, teaching and research (PhD, UL). She has been involved with a number of sports teams including Limerick Senior Hurlers and Munster Rugby. This is an open talk to all club members, players, parents, and coaches and is free of charge. This is a talk not to be missed, so please mark it in your diary.
Our U14s play their second hurling championship match this Wednesday May 1st away v Templeglantine at 7pm. The following Wednnesday May 8th, we play Caherconlish at home in the football championship at 7pm. Last week we received a walkover from Ballylanders in the football championship.
Our U12s play their first football match of the year away v Blackrock this Thursday May 2nd at 6.45pm. Last week we lost our first U12 hurling match away v Knockainey by 2.04 to 3.00.
Our U8s play their first hurling blitz of the year this Friday May 3rd at 6.45pm in Hospital school field.
Last Friday’s South 1st round match v Bruff was refixed (due to weather) for this Friday May 3rd at 7pm in Croom. Round 2 v Banogue was deferred until after the Leaviung Cert.
Junior B Hurling:
Last Saturday saw our Junior B’s return to competitive action after a hiatus of a few years. We were away to Knockainey in the 1st round of the South League. Knockainey dominated the first half with the aid of the breeze and we went in at half time 5 points down. Croom upped the ante in the second half and clawed our way back to 3 pioints. We had a few goal chances but Knockainey scored their third goal mid way through the second half to keep that cushion and despite plenty of attacking endeavour, they ran out winners on a scoreline 3.09 to 0.14.
Our U16s play Dromin/Athlacca/Banogue at home in the football championship on Monday May 6th at 7.30pm.
Commemorative Plaques in the Clubhouse:
We are delighted to launch our fundraising plaque initiative for the clubhouse. This is a plaque that you can have personalied with names dedicated to your family or loved ones maybe with a short message. The plaques will be on display together in the hall upstairs in the clubhouse. It is a nice gesture to remember those close to you while at the same time helping to fund the clubhouse