DROMIN-ATHLACCA GAA CLUB NOTES
Club membership for 2022 can now be paid on Clubzapp. Remember all membership must be paid in full to be permitted to play. Payments can also be made to any committee member. Deadline for payment is March 31st
Ann Kenny Road Hurling
Registration is now open for the Inagaural Ann Kenny Road Hurling Tournament. On Friday March 18th. This promises to be a great day for all the family with all ages catered for. Categories include U14s, U19s, Adults and Over 50s. The route will be Clonbrien Ring, starting line at the Clubhouse. Cost of entry is €30 per team of 3. Text Padraig McElligott @087 2620325 or Mike Reidy @ 087 2725167 to register and get your starting time. Thanks to all who have registered so far
Club Limerick Draw:
Club Limerick Draw is back! With the first draw for 2022 in March.This draw is a fantastic way to support both Club and County as 50% of your entry money goes directly back to your club. When you support this Draw, you are ensuring the future of your club whilst being in with a chance to win up to €10,000 each month or one of the amazing Exclusive Prizes each month. Entering this draw could not be easier and can be done by contacting 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 Thank you to all who have joined already and Best of Luck to all!
Coaching courses for the new season will be recommencing soon. If you would like to do a foundation/level one/level two course, please forward your name to Anthony Liddane. All courses have been updated recently and are run on a hybrid approach of online and practical sessions. The practical element will be run later in the season. This is also the time to make sure that Garda Vetting is up to date. Please contact Child Welfare Officer Mary Herlihy if you have any queries.
Team Limerick Clean Up
Team Limerick Clean Up takes place again this year on Good Friday April 15th.
Volunteers of all ages are asked to take part in this community initiative. Keep an
eye on our social media pages for further details
A great way to stay involved in the game other than playing is to become a referee. It’s a great way to stay fit and with ambition and drive. This is a great opportunity to “give something back” while helping to develop personnel skills that are of value
in all walks of life. If you’re interested in becoming a referee, then contact Mike Sexton @ 087 9188375 or Patsy Coffey @ 087 9160344 to register for courses.
Best of luck to all our players who will wear the green and white Jersey this weekend especially David Reidy and Ciara Neenan. David and the Limerick Senior Hurling Squad travel to Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday in the third round NHL game against Cork and Ciara Neenan travels to Wexford in the third round of their Minor Camogie Championship Campaign also on Sunday. Best of Luck to all our members currently representing our Club at County level.
Weather conditions were severe last week when we were bombarded with three storms within five days. Thanks to all of our Clubs Maintenance Team who continue to keep our field and Clubhouse safe and, in such good condition in all weather conditions. Thanks Lads!