Our club would like to remind members and our community that our facilities remain closed during this COVID 19 pandemic. This includes our GAA pitch and gym. We thank you all for your support as we endeavour to follow the national and international guidelines. Our thanks to coaches and mentors who continue to encourage drills and advice on social media platforms. Keep an eye on Dromin Athlacca GAA Facebook page, Instragam and Twitter at Dromin Athlacca GAA Club @DromAthGaa. This will be a fantastic resource to keep us and our children entertained and active both mentally and physically during this difficult time. There are some interesting challenges for our older population too! If you have any old photographs, match programmes or newspaper articles you would like us to share, please feel free to forward them to us for sharing

Dromin Athlacca GAA “ COVID – 19 Support Group” continues to provide support and assistance to our community and to to support local business. If you or your family require any support or assistence during this pandemic then dont hesitate to contact us by phone or social media. You can call (086) 0420950 who will cordinate the collection and delivery of shopping, medicine or fuel. Efforts to follow HSE guidelines and maintain appropriate Social Distancing will be adhered to. We ask you to consider supporting local business by shopping local at this time in so far as possible.

The Limerick Club Draw as put on hold at this time. Limerick GAA have made a decision to postpone the draw until further notice. Meanwhile, the Limerick GAA competition to Win a Mercedes has been rescheduled from June 12th to October 31st. Tickets are currently on sale.

Lotto: The Club Lotto draw is currently on hold due to the Corona Virus Outbreak. It will return in due course.

Any coaches interested in participating in the Coaching Webinars please contact any comittee memebers or through facebook. A Wellbeing Webinar will be held on May 12th for Coaches.

Normally at this time of year we are all enjoying supporting our club and county at various matches. We are all missing this, along with the social interactions and debates that are all part of GAA. Dont forget that The GAA in conjuncion with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, have launched the GAA Digital Archieve at Croke Park providing free access to past GAA matches to internet users around the world. 113 All Ireland finals since 1961 along with provincial titles are included in the archieve. So too are Club Finals since 1989. These can all be found at https://www.gaa.ie/gaa-now/archieve/.