Limerick Senior Hurling:
Limerick Senior Hurlers are back in Croke Park! After an epic battle against Galway, Limerick have confirmed their place in the final where they will face Kilkenny on July 17th. Spectators witnessed an outstanding game of skill and strength of character in a battle that went toe to toe an astounding 10 times before the final whistle. Limerick stayed calm, which saw them win with a 3-point margin. Congratulations to Kyle Hayes on winning man of the match but the hero of the day has to be our very own David Reidy. David joined came on the pitch when the game was at boiling point and his skill and composure saw him score 3 points and win a free. Congratulations David and all the Limerick men for another outstanding performance. We wish the John Kiely and all involved every good wish as they prepare for another All Ireland.
Club Limerick Draw:
Club Limerick Draw continues, and entering this draw could not be
Easier. You can contact committee members Ian Kelleher,
Michael Carmody Rathcannon, John Murphy Dromin, or Ann Breen Athlacca or by logging onto https://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup. When you enter this draw, 50% of entry money is returned directly to Club to help maintain and promote the GAA at all levels. Not only that, you also have a chance to win €10,000. This month. Thank you to all who have joined already and Best of Luck to all!
Kelloggs Cúl Camp
Registration for the Kelloggs Cúl Camps is now open. The club will host this week of development and fun on July 25th to 29th and you can register now on www.kelloggsculcamps.ie to ensure your place.
It was a sad week for our Club and Parish when we bid farewell to Phil McAuliffe. There are many legends in Athlacca, and Phil certainly was one. Over the years, Phil would be seen at many a match and supported his Club and County at every opportunity. He was instrumental at getting our club to the level it is at today and not only participated in the Walk to Thurles but also travelled to America to raise funds for our GAA Pitch. Phil was a true gentleman, who always had time to stop for a chat and tell a yarn. Dromin Athlacca GAA club wish to extend deepest sympathies to his wife Alice and sons Cathal, Fergal and Cian along with his extended family and wide circle of friends.
Dromin Athlacca GAA Club, also wish to sympathise with Nora Frances Kirby and family on the passing of her brother Mike Burke.
Condolences also to Robert and Karen Fox and family on the passing of Roberts father, Patrick Fox.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha