Limerick Senior Hurlers had a fantastic victory over Cork last weekend in the Allianz Hurling League with a scoreline of 0:33 to 2:19. This is enough to whet our appetite before we face Cork
again in the Championship next month. Meanwhile, the Allianz Hurling League continues, andLimerick will face Westmeath in the next outing on June 13th and we wish them well.
COVID Update
The Irish Government confirmed further relaxation of COVID 19 restrictions which will take affect from Monday June 7th. From this date, competitive and challenge games at all levels of club and
inter county are permitted to take place. However, it is essential that we proceed with caution and that the Return to Play protocols continue to be adhered to. In terms of attendance, 100
spectators will be permitted to attend GAA games (Club and Intercounty) from Monday June 7th.
This number is in addition to players, team personnel, stewards and media attendees. Where a ground has a capacity of 5,000, then a maximum of 200 spectators can attend. It is likely that from
July 5th, up to 200 spectators may be permitted to attend games. While up to 500 may be permitted in grounds with a minimum capacity of 5,000. This will depend on progress in broader
society. Dressing rooms, however, will remain closed to reduce the number of close contacts.
Club Lotto.
Club Lotto returns with the first draw taking place on June 12th. You can enter this draw using the Clubs App. Draws will be held weekly with results also available on the Clubs App. This is a
great way to support our Club and finance the day to day runnings and your support is greatly appreciated.
Club Draw.
Limerick Club Draw continues, with the next draw due on June 27th. First prize is 10,000 and the Exclusive Star Prize is a 75’’ Smart TV in association with Jack Fitzgerald Electrical.If you wantto be in with a chance to win in next months draw, 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. You can also log onto the 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 Cul Camps will start on July 26th for the week. This promises to be a week of fun and skill. Don’t forget to log onto www.KellogsCulCamps.ie to book your spot.
Inaugural Ann Kenny Road Hurling Tournament.
Due to the increase in COVID 19 cases in County Limerick and some local schools, it was agreed that in the interest of safety, the Ann Kenny Road Hurling Tournament should be postponed. This
was not an easy decision, as there was huge interest in this event in an effort to reconnect the Club with the local community while also commemorating the memory of a local legend. Thank you to
all who had registered and we look forward to hosting this event in the near future.
Dromin Athlacca GAA Club wish to express sincere sympathies to player David Mullins on the death of his father Michael. Our thoughts this week are with his wife Joan and sons
David and George along with all the Mullins Family. Michael was devoted to this club during his lifetime and was always a tremendous supporter at every opportunity.
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