Club Lotto
There were no winners in this week’s Club Lotto with a Jackpot of €8,100 . Lucky Dip winners were Helen Breen €40, Eithne Murphy €20 and Des Power €20. Next week’s Jackpot will be €8,150 and entering couldn’t 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 up for 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.
Cul Camps.
The date for this year’s Cul Camp is finally here!. Dromin Athlacca Banogue Cul starts 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 19th: U15 Hurling v St Kierans in St Kierans @ 7pm
Tues July 20th: U19 Ladies Football v Pallasgreen in Banogue @ 7pm while our U11
Footballers host Galbally with a 6.45pm throw in
Thurs July 22nd: U13 Hurlers V Crecora @ 7pm in Banogue
Fri July 23rd: U19 Football V Briff in Bruff @ 6.45pm
Sat July 24th: U7 Hurlers V Garryspillane in Athlacca @ 10.30am
Best of Luck to all
Limerick GAA
Limerick Senior Hurlers are Munster Champions for a third year in a row and what a performance we got from these lionheart champions. John Kiely and his entire squad gave an epic performance to see Limerick achieve a 5 point victory. After a shaky first half from the treaty men which saw Tipperary lead by 10 points, Limerick started the second half with such determination, hunger and skill that has never been seen before. We saw scores and skill from the Treaty men that proved they are deserved Champions and will we ever forget that goal from Kyle Hayes that is surely justified as Goal of the Year! What pride we had
when we saw Clubman David Reidy emerge from the bench and also contribute to the scoreline. It was indeed a job well done! Huge Congratulations to all involved and we look forward to the next performance from these legends in the All Ireland Semi Final