Club Lotto
This week saw the return of Club Lotto with the first draw since Covid was held in a balmy clubhouseon Tues Night. The Jackpot of 8,000e was not won and the lucky dip winners were Geraldine Neenan€40, Hayley Ann Ryan €20 and John Reidy €20. Next weeks Jackpot will be €8,050 and entering couldnt be easier on Club Zapp or by contacting any committee member.
Club Draw
The next Club Limerick Draw will take place on July 31st with a jackpot prize of €10,000. There is also a chance of winning cash prizes. The Exclusive Prize of a brand new Dilusso Bathroom Fit is also upfor grabs, thanks to Ger Malone Plumbing and Heating.If you want to 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 re-join/sign up and keep updated on results.
Club Membership
Take Pride in Your Place and be a club member. It’s important to note that with Match capacity attendance still in doubt due to Covid 19, any match tickets required for club and inter county
games will inevitably result in a club draw for tickets. For your name to be in the draw you will need to be a fully paid up Club Member. Closing date for membership is Sunday July 11th and costs 50e
for 12 months. Membership can be paid on Club Zapp or directly to any committee member.
Cul Camps.
The date for this years Cul Camp is fast approaching. Dromin Athlacca Banogue Cul start on July 26th until July 30th and promises to be a great week of fun for all. Don’t forget to log onto
www.KellogsCulCamps.ie to book your spot.
Mon July 5th: U15 Hurlers play Templeglantine in Athlacca @ 7PM
Tues July 6th: U19 Ladies football v St Ailbes in St Ailbes @ 7pm
Wed July 7th: U 14 Football Girls v Pallasgreen in Pallasgreen @ 7pm. While U8 Football girls travel to Mungret for a 7pm throw in against Mungret Thurs July 8th: U13 Hurlers travel to Ballybricken for a 7pm throw in
Fri July 9th: U12 Girls Football host St Patricks @ 7pm and U9 Football travel to Croom for a 6.45pm start
Sat July 10th: Premier Hurlers continue their League Campaign when they host Kilmallock with a 7.30pm throw in.
Meanwhile U7 Hurlers travel to Ballyagran with a 10.30am start
Limerick GAA
Limerick Minors gave a strong and brave performance against a mighty Galway team. Unfortunately things didn’t go our way on the night but our boys can be proud congratulations to Cian Sculy for
representing our club so well on the night.
Commiserations also to Limerick Senior Camogie who lost out to a valiant Cork in the Munster Final at the weekend but Congratulations to Limerick Senior Hurlers who outplayed Cork to see us now face Tipperary in the Munster Final in two weeks time. Well done to clubman David Reidy who performed well on the night.
Limerick GAA are giving you the option to “Go Green” and win a Ford Kuga Hybrid. Thanks to Lyons of Limerick, there is a new 212 Ford Kuga Titanium Hybrid Automatic up for grabs. All proceeds from this raffle will be reinvested in County Hurling and Football teams from Minor right through to Senior Grades. Tickets are now available online at winkuga.ie at €20 each. The lucky winner will be
announced on September 25th.
Club Congratulations
Our little Club has a lot to celebrate this week. Not only are we represented in various training academies on the County Scene but this week saw some of our players represent our club on many
Limerick teams, and we are proud of them all. Ciara Neenan played on the U16A Camogie team who lost out to a strong Tipperary side in the All Ireland Quarter Final Series. Meanwhile Megan Walsh
and the Minor Camogie Squad were successful in their Munster Championship game against Tipperary with a 2 point win. Caroline Brennan and the Senior Camogie Squad were not as lucky
against a mighty Cork team over the weekend. Cian Scully donned the No 6 jersey for Limerick
Minors this weekend while David Reidy gave another valiant performance with the Limerick Senior Hurlers on Saturday. This is a fantastic achievement for our club and a testament to their families,
coaches and volunteers who have worked tirelessly over the years to make our club the little gem it is today. However, the biggest winner this week has to be the one and only Mr James Kelliher. This
week, James married the lovely Sandra Lane in Galway and we wish them every happiness and good health in their married life. Comhgharideas leo go