As per HSE Guidelines, please note that our facilities remain closed to all. This includes our pitch and club gym. Use of these facilities for any reason is strictly prohibited. We look forward to these reopening and will keep you updated on any changes. Keep an eye on facebook, Instragram and
Twitter for updates.

Dromin Athlacca GAA “ COVID – 19 Support Group ” continues to provide support and assistance to our community and to support local business. If you or your family require any support or assistance during this pandemic then don’t hesitate to contact us by phone or social media. You can call (086) 0420950 who will coordinate 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 first Club Limerick Draw will take place on June 6th 2020. There is e10,000 up for grabs along with many more cash prizes. 50% of all membership goes directly to our own club. This provides our club with the financial support to fund the day to day running costs. The Star Prize for June will be a
voucher for a Bank Holiday weekend stay in Center Parcs Ireland. Joining this draw can be easily done either online at https://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw/ @ 10e per draw or 100e per annum or directly through our club by contacting our co ordinators Ann Breen of Athlacca, Michael Carmody
of Rathcannon, Morgan Walsh of Athlacca and John Murphy of Dromin or by contacting any committee member.

Team Limerick Clean Up are launching a new exciting campaign to coincide with International Biodiversity Day. They are asking for families and people of all ages to submit photos of natures in its element in your garden or local habitats. This could be birds, animals, insects, plants or trees. The
photos should celebrate the beauty of Limerick. There are great prizes to be won. For more information check our www.teamlimeickcleanup.ie

During this difficult time, the GAA, An Cumannaiochta and the LGFA have created a series of online coach development sessions which are taking place over the coming weeks. These webinars are aimed at Match Officials, Coaches and Club Officers with sessions running every Tuesday and
Thursday at 7.30pm. For more details along log onto to learning.gaa.ie

Many thanks to Sporting Limerick for taking us all on a trip down Memory Lane over the past few weeks. They have entertained us by showing matches of days gone by and interviews with parishioners and club members some of whom are sadly no longer with us. First up was the Junior A
County Final in 1995 which saw Dromin Athlacca overpower Askeaton in Ballingarry. Next up was the
County Div 1 Final with us loosing out to Granagh Ballingarry. More recently Sporting Limerick entertained us with the 2007 Limerick GAA Intermediate Hurling Championship Final against South Liberties CLG. It’s fantastic to relive those games and witness the changes in the game as it has
grown from strength to strength over the years. We are grateful for the memories as we are reminded of the success our club has experienced over the years and enjoy again the skills of our players as they entertain us once more. These matches along with lots more are available to watch on the Sporting Limerick Facebook page and we look forward to seeing what more they have in store f or us.