DROMIN-ATHLACCA GAA CLUB NOTES
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!
Coaching courses for the new season will be recommencing soon. If you would like to do a foundation/level one/level two course, please forward your name to Anthony Liddane. All courses have been updated recently and are run on a hybrid approach
of online and practical sessions. The practical element will be run later in the season.
We are happy to inform you that a GAA Coach will be visiting both Athlacca and Banogue School every Wednesday until the end of the year. Shane Curtin will coach a mixture of hurling and football and this is sure to be of great benefit to the development of our young players.
Inaugural Ann Kenny Road Hurling Tournament
The inaugural Ann Kenny Road Hurling Tournament will take place on Friday March 18th. This promises to be a great day for the family and will be a brilliant opportunity for everyone to meet up after our recent lengthy restrictions. Starting at 10.30am, the Clonbrien Ring will be the route, starting and finishing at the Clubhouse. There will
be 3 separate competitions available on the day with all ages welcome to participate.
U14s, Adults and Over 50’s. Cost of entry is €30 per team and 3 people to a team. Keep an eye on our social media pages for further details.
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. 2022 is the 7th year of this tremendous project which is the largest one day clean up in Ireland.
Team Limerick Clean Up 2022 will take place on Good Friday, April 15th and volunteers will observe stringent health and safety guidelines, in line with
Government and HSE directives. Volunteers of all ages are encouraged to volunteer to make TLC 2022 the Best one yet!
Best of luck to the Scullys as they represent the Club in the Harty Cup Final 2022.
Both Cian and Daniel Scully attend Ard Scoil Ris and all eyes will be on TUS Gaelic Grounds this Saturday Feb 5th when they take on St Josephs Tulla in the Harty Cup Final 2022. Cians side had a comprehensive win over Thurles in the Semi Final and
we look forward to a fantastic game on Saturday when they seek to win a 6th Title .
Best of luck lads and to all involved.
Sunday sees John Kielys men have their first outing in the 2022 National Hurling League when they travel to Wexford. We wish every success to the Treaty Men in this campaign particularly to club man David Reidy. Throw in 1.45pm.
Best of luck also to the Limerick Minor Camogie Players who commence their Championship campaign against Tipperary on Sunday. Good Luck to Ciara Neenan
and the team mates