East GAA Committee Notes:
Brian Butler Cup:
The final of the Brian Butler cup took place on the 25th July between Caherline and South Liberties venue was Caherelly , This was a highly competitive game of hurling between the two teams and it was South Liberties who got the win on a full-time score of 3-18 to 1-21.
Thanks to Ballybricken-Bohermore for the use of the field and to Eamonn Stapleton and his officials.
Ger Longergan chairperson of the East Board presented the Cup.
The player of the match was South Liberties Shane Kilcoyne the award was kindly Sponsored by the The Old Quarter bar and restaurant in Limerick.
The Brian Butler cup was presented to the East Board by the Butler family in 1979 and after 44 years of service it was agreed by all parties replace the cup so on the evening South Liberties were the first winners of the new Brian Butler Cup.
East Board would like to thank all the teams who entered this year Brian Butler Cup total of 10 teams took part in a very competitive Tournament.
Thanks to all the clubs for the use of their fields and to all the referees who without them no games would go ahead.
Limerick ladies’ footballers will take on Down in the All-Ireland Junior Football championship final on the 13th August at 11.45 am in Croke park.
Tickets can be purchased on Ticketmaster best of luck to the ladies’ footballers.
Junior B Football:
2nd round of the East Junior B football championship will take place on 24th Aug
Pallasgreen v Cappamore
Oola v Knockane
Junior B Hurling:
East Junior B Hurling championship will start in the coming weeks. Group 1 will start on the 8th of August
Round 1. Tuesday 8th August 2023 7pm First team named home venue
Cappamore v Fedamore
Murroe/Boher v Ahane
Group 2 will start the 15th August
Group 2 Round 1. Tuesday 15th August 2023 7 pm First team named home venue.
Caherline v Ballybricken-Bohermore
Doon v South Liberties
East Board wishes the best of luck to all East Teams who are starting their club championship across all the various grades.