Dromin Athlacca GAA Committee would like to express our gratitude to everyone who has supported our club in recent times. COVID 19 Global Pandemic has been a challenge and stressful time for us all. Due to everyones committement to adhering to Guidelines of Social Distancing and handwashing progress has been made in the fight against Covid 19 and that Phase 2 has now commenced. We are grateful for the committment of our COVID 19 Support Group and all who volunteered to help out in the community. We wish our sponsors and all club members well as they return to work and we ask that we all consider supporting local business as they attempt to recover from recent closures. Further information on training and fixtures is awaited and will be available in due course. Watch out for updates on social media. Please note that during this time, access to GAA pitch is for committee and management only. As preparations are being made to return to training, this is a great time to ensure Garda Vetting is up to date and also keep an eye on GAA.ie and Limerickgaa.ie for upcoming webinars aimed at Coaches and Mentors.

The first Club Limerick Draw was held last Saturday June 6th. Congratulations to the winners. There is still time to be involved with 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 July be a voucher for an overnight stay in Adare Manor. Joining this draw can be easily done either online at https://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw/ @ 10e per draw or 100e per anum 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 committe member.

The Club would like to Congratulate the Limerick Senior and Under 20 hurling panel on their recent fundraiser for Milford Hospice. Their efforts at “ Hit the Woah” not only entertained us all but also raised over €28,000 for this very worthy cause.