Limerick GAA:
The Limerick Senior Footballers with Adrian Enright starting at wing forward travelled to Louth last Sunday to take on the home side in round 3 of the National League. Both sides were looking to register their first points of the campaign and give their Division 2 survival hopes a major boost. At half time the teams were level but unfortunately it was Louth who emerged victorious in the end, winning 1-15 to 1-13. Next Sunday Limerick are on the road again when they face Cork in Pairc Ui Chaoimh with a 3.45pm start.

The Limerick U20 Footballers with Diarmuid Buckley starting at centre back made the trip to Quilty last Saturday to face Clare in round two of the Liam Connor cup. Having defeated Tipperary in the opening round they were seeking back to back wins. Despite a promising first half where they trailed the home side by just four points at the break, a strong second half display saw Clare claim a 2-14 to 0-05 win.

Well done to Adam Murphy, Ronan O’Connell and Cathal Woulfe who were named on the 33 man Limerick Minor Football Panel in the past week. Limerick will play three round robin games with Clare, Waterford and Tipperary starting on April 13th with the top two sides qualifying for a Munster semi-final. On the Limerick Minor Hurling team we are delighted to have Liam O’Connor involved. They will begin their championship campaign away to Waterford on March 21st.

Well done also to Seamus Lenihan and Maurice O’Connor who were both selected to represent Limerick in the county’s first entry into the All-Ireland Masters Championship this summer. Up to 22 teams will contest the competition with the first round of games scheduled for May. The draw for this championship is still pending.

Hard luck to Gerard O’Connor who was involved as a selector in the UL Sigerson team which narrowly lost the All-Ireland College Football Final to UCC last Wednesday evening, losing by 1-16 to 0-16 after a gallant battle that needed extra time to separate the teams.

Club Membership Fees:
Fr. Casey’s GAA Club 2023 Membership Fees are now due. All club players are requested to have their membership fees fully paid before March 25th and return to competitive action. This year we are advising all membership fees to be paid through the Fioreann app. Once registered you will see the list of payment options available for underage, adult and non-playing members. Those who include a yearly club lotto subscription with their membership will be included in all club draws for inter-county tickets including any potential All Ireland Finals involving Limerick. If there is any queries on this new process please feel free to contact any committee members for assistance.

Limerick Development Draw:
The 2023 Club Limerick Draw returns on Saturday 25th March with a top cash prize of €10,000 on offer each month plus a host of additional cash prizes. With 50% of money raised returned to the local club we strongly encourage all club members to get involved. This year we advise you to sign up online at Those nominating Fr. Caseys as their club and choosing the €100 one-time payment option will be included in all club draws for inter-county tickets including any potential All Ireland Finals involving Limerick

Club Lotto Results – February 14th:
Fr. Casey’s Club Lotto continued on Tuesday February 14th with a Jackpot of €17,600 up for grabs. The numbers drawn were 12, 16 & 30 with the bonus ball 10. We had no jackpot winner this week but did have a match 2 plus bonus winner. The Jackpot for next week’s draw now increases to €17,800.
The Match 2 plus Bonus winner:
John Browne €100 (Promoter: Yearly)
The lucky dip winners were as follows:
Hannah Collins €30 (Promoter: Online)
Josie Keane €30 (Promoter: Square Sales)
Helen O’Donnell €30 (Promoter: Mag Nash)
How do you play? Simply select three numbers from 1 to 30 and one bonus number from 1 to 10. If all four chosen numbers appear the jackpot will be won or shared. A match three prize of €500 is also on offer and applies to the 1 to 30 number selection not including the bonus ball. In addition to this we also have a match 2 plus bonus and a host of lucky dip prizes up for grabs each week. The draw will run on a weekly basis, each Tuesday night at 9pm sharp. All ticket sales must be completed prior to 8pm will the draw results shared from 9pm on our Club Facebook Page.
Where can you buy a ticket? Tickets cost €2.50 and are available in a host of local shops including Gala Killarney Road, An Siopa Milseán, Kathleens Foodstore, Sheehy’s Hardware, Danny Scanlon’s, Lanes Foodstore, Cryle View Cleaners, Needles & Pins, The Ploughman, Jack O’Rourkes, Glorach Bingo, DP Lyons Bar, Mag Nash and John Murphy. You can also play Online @ with the option of reoccurring draws, yearly tickets and Quick Pick function available.

Club Website:
Check out our club website at for all the latest club news, fixtures, results and lots more. Our club website is updated regularly and is well worth a visit. You can also follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter at