Club App
The Dromin Athlacca GAA App has been a huge success and will now officially replace the Whatsapp Group Service. This is also the platform that will now be used for paying club membership and news updates. Remember, it is necessary to be a registered member of our club to be eligible to play and
avail of club facilities tickets and other club events and draws. We are all very excited about this new app and we hope that everyone can get involved. If you wish to download this app, you must first
download Clubzapp in the app store or Google Playstore. Then search for “Dromin AthlaccaBanogue” and “join”. From there you can pick which club you want to pay membership to along with
the option of playing or non playing member. If anyone has any queries, please contact any committee member or the clubs social media pages. There are step by step video instructions
available from coaches for anyone who may like. From May 7th, WhatsApp will cease to be used within the club and all club information will be available on Clubzap only.
Allianz League
Last Saturday saw our Limerick Senior Hurlers take on Tipperary in the first round of the Allianz National Hurling League. What a joy it was to see our boys in green perform in the first competitive game in 137 days. We must pay homage to our very own David Reidy who gave a valiant performance on the day scoring 8 points with 6 of these from frees. The last of which resulted in a drawn game. We look forward to round 2 of the Allianz National Hurling League when Limerick travel to Salthill on Sunday May 16th to face Galway. Throw in at 3.45pm. Limerick Senior Footballers will also be in action next weekend when they face Tipperary in the opening round of the Allianz Football League in LIT Gaelic Grounds at 5pm.
Best of luck to all.
Road Hurling Competition
It is with great joy that we can announce that the 1st Ann Kenny Road Hurling Tournament is planned to take place on Monday June 7th. This event was initially planned to take place on January 3rd but due to COVID 19 restrictions it had to be rescheduled. This will be a fantastic day out for the family with opportunity for people of all ages to participate. The Kenny family have always been tremendous supports of the Dromin Athlacca GAA club and we are delighted to honour the memory of the remarkable Ann Kenny.
Club Limerick Draw
The all-new 2021 Club Limerick Draw is well underway with next month’s draw which will be held on May 29th. There is another 10,000e jackpot prize plus an Exclusive Prize of a Garden Patio Set worth 1,600e. You can log onto limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw to join today or contact our local promoters, Morgan Walsh Athlacca, Micheal Carmody Rathcannon, Ann Breen Athlacca and John Murphy Dromin. Thanks to everyone who has joined so far. Limerick GAA have launched a new Club Limerick Draw Website www.clublimerick.ie that will allow members to rejoin/sign up and keep updated on results.
Cul Camps
Dromin Athlacca Banogue will again be participating in the Kellogs Cul Camps in 2021. You can now book your place in these camps which will be held on July 26th to July 27th. Log onto
www.KellogsCulCamps.ie to book your spot.
Club Gear
Club gear is now available to purchase on the DrominAthlacca App. There is a wide range available including hurleys and helmets, shorts, socks and jerseys. Make sure to log on to see to ensure you
will be in fashion for the new season!
Last Man Standing
Congratulations to Donal Scully who was the winner of our Last Man Standing Competition.
Limerick Sports Partnership
Women on the Move is an activity programme for women of all ages that has been established by Limerick Sports Partnership. This free online programme is tailored for women of all ages focusing on cardiovascular health, strength and flexibility plus mobility. Basic nutrition will also be discussed. It begins on May 10th and will run for 4 weeks. Contact Rachel at rmacauley@limericksports.ie or 061 333600
Return to Play
We are all excited that the COVID 19 restrictions are easing again this week which will see our Adult Teams return to training. Huge credit is due to our Field Committee who have been working tiresly in the background making sure our facilities remain at the high standard we have all become accustomed to. A special Thank You to them and all who continue to work behind the scene