Co Op Superstores Munster Cup
Congratulations to Limerick Senior Hurlers who overcame Clare to claim the Munster Hurling Club title. A super performance from the Treaty men saw them in the lead from the start. Clubman David Reidy again provided a skillfull display with scores galore which meant Limerick were comfortable throughout. Final Score Limerick 0:27 Clare 0:18.
Club Limerick Draw:
Club Limerick Draw is back! This draw is a fantastic way to support both
Club and County as 50% of your entry money goes directly back
to your club. When you support this Draw, you are ensuring the future of your
club whilst being in with a chance to win up to €10,000 each month! This
along with the amazing Exclusive Prizes each month, it is win win for
everyone! Entering this draw could not be easier and can be done by contacting committee members Ian Kelleher, Michael Carmody Rathcannon, John Murphy Dromin, or Ann Breen Athlacca or by logging onto https://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup Thank you to all who have joined already and Best of Luck to all!
It was a busy weekend for our underage players as our club was well represented in both Hurling and Camogie. Congratulations to both Scullys as Ardscoil Ris overcame Thurles CBS in the Harty Cup Semi Final. Our ladies were also victorious when Colaiste Ioasef Kilmallock won the Munster Intermediate Camogie Final and Laurel Hill Colaiste FCJ were victorious in the Munster Junior Camogie Final. Well done to local girls Megan Walsh, Niamh O Brien, Clodagh Moynihan, Daniella Meade, Chloe Breen, Hannah Brady and Eimear Neenan. It is a fantastic achievement for all these students to compete and win at this level. We wish them well as they prepare for the All Ireland title.
Team Limerick Clean UP
It is approaching that time of year again where we focus our attention on our local community. Team Limerick Clean Up is a great way to achieve this. We will be signing up for this project again this year and will keep you all updated with dates and details.
Dromin Athlacca GAA wish to extend sincere sympathies to all the family of Paddy Tierney at his sad passing. Paddy was a tremendous supporter of our club for many years. He worked tirelessly to promote the ethos of GAA and the current success of our club can indeed be credited to the huge work he did during his many years of service. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.