Don’t forget that our Croom Gaa Club lotto is ONLINE at Tickets are €2 or 3 for €5. Tickets can also be bought from outside Spar on Saturday mornings. You have the option to do multiple weeks at a time. Jackpot on Monday night is €2,900. Congratulations to Pan O Kelly, John Liston, Eileen Moloney, Nora Dunworth and Susan O Mahoney who were our Lucky Dip winners last week. Please continue to support your club. Thanks for all of your support on behalf of Croom Gaa.
CROOM GAA CÚL CAMP . Croom Gaa Cúl camp is on June 28th to July 2nd. Places can be booked on
Places are limited to 100. Cost
1st child €65 2nd child €60 .3rd etc €50
ADULT Hurling and Football:
This week will be a busy week as the adult matches get under way. Our Junior A Footballers are away to Bruree on Tuesday night at 7:30 while our Junior B Footballers are away to Camogue Rovers on Wednesday night at 7:30. Our Intermediate Hurlers have their 1st League match away to Bruree on Saturday night at 7:30.
CROOM BORD NA NOG . Croom Bord Na nOg training times:
Tuesday: U13 & U15 Hurling training at 6.30pm
Thursday: U9 hurling training on the astro pitch at 6.15pm
U17 Hurling training on the pitch at 6.45pm
Friday: U11 Hurling training on the pitch at 6.30pm
Saturday: U7 Hurling & Football training on the pitch at 10.30am
U5 Hurling & Football training on the astro pitch at 10.30am
Sunday: U13 & U15 Hurling training at 10.30amon the pitch
New members are always welcome please contact P.J. O’Mahony 085 7161505, Breda O’Dwyer 086 8798219 or any of our coaches
The Limerick Club Draw continues, with the next draw due on June 27th. First prize is 10,000 and the Exclusive Star Prize is a 75’’ Smart TV in association with Jack Fitzgerald Electrical. If you are still interested in joining it will cost €10 per month with monthly draws taking place throughout the year. You can also pay €100 for the yearly subscription. Richie Kelly is the co ordinator for the club draw and he can be contacted on 085 861 0223
The Irish Government confirmed further relaxation of COVID 19 restrictions which will take affect from Monday June 7th. From this date, competitive and challenge games at all levels of club and inter county are permitted to take place. However, it is essential that we proceed with caution and that the Return to Play protocols continue to be adhered to. In terms of attendance, 100 spectators will be permitted to attend GAA games (Club and Intercounty) from Monday June 7th. This number is in addition to players, team personnel, stewards and media attendees. Where a ground has a capacity of 5,000, then a maximum of 200 spectators can attend. It is likely that from July 5th, up to 200 spectators may be permitted to attend games. While up to 500 may be permitted in grounds with a minimum capacity of 5,000. This will depend on progress in broader
society. Dressing rooms, however, will remain closed to reduce the number of close contacts.
Croom GAA Club wish to express sincere sympathies to Sheerin Family on the death of David last week. Our thoughts and prayers this week are with his entire family.
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