Again this week, our Club continues to adhere to Government and HSE Guidelines which places restrictions all clubactivity until further notice. This means that neither adult nor underage teams may train collectively. Individual training only is permitted. Club games are not permitted and GAA club facilities must remain closed. Indoor meetings are to be rescheduled. We do appreciagte your cooperation and we will keep you updated of any changes. Don’t forget during this difficult
time our club committee is committed to helping people in our community. Dromin Athlacca GAA
has set up a “ COVID – 19 Support Group” 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.
The next Club Limerick Draw will take place on Saturday Jan 30th. This will be the final draw in the
current competition. The Jackpot prize will again be 10,000e with lots of cash prizes available.
Dromin Athlacca GAA would like to thank all of you that have entered already as 50% of funds go to
each local club.
There was no winner in this weeks Club Lotto Draw. Numbers drawn were 1, 2, 6, and 17.
Lucky dip winners were Joan Walsh 40e, Tony Power 20e and Catherine O Regan 20e. Next weeks Draw will take place on Jan 24th Best of luck to all entries.
Sligo Libraries, as part of Healthy Ireland at Your Libraries programme, are delighted to present a Free Online Webinar covering the areas of Resilience and Mindfulness. These will be facilitated by Shane Martin, Psychiligist C.Psychol.Ps.S.I and will be online each Thursday commencing at 7pm. More information along with access to these webinars is available at: https://sligolibrary.ie/welcome-3/news/
Parishioner Marie Curtin announced her retirement from professional sport this week. Her lengthy sporting career saw her play professional soccer in America and Norway and played at this highest level in Ireland and represented her country at senior level on 45 occasions. Marie has had a versatile and exciting career for over 20 years and her dedication and commitment is to be commended. We wish Marie every happiness and good health as she embarks on her retirement.
Congratulations also to the Fourteen Limerick Senior Hurlers who are shortlisted for Hurling All Stars. Nicky Quaid, Sean Finn, Dan Morrissey, Barry Nash, Diarmuid Byrnes, Declan Hannon, Kyle Hayes, Cian Lynch, William O Donoghue, Gearoid Hegarty, Tom Morrissey, Aaron Gillane, Seamus Flanagan and Graeme Mulcahy have all been nominated and Gearoid Hegarty is also shortlisted for Hurler of the Year along with Tony Kelly and Stephen Bennett. This year sees Limerick Footballer Iain Corbett nominated for an All Star Football Award. This is a fantastic achievement and sees the first nomination for Limerick Footballers since 2010. It is planned that the presentation of the PwC All Star awards will take place in a TV show late next month in line with Covid 19 restrictions. Best of luck to all