Trees Planted at Park.
The proposed works at O’Mahony Park, Kilbehenny were taken a small step further on last Saturday.
A section of the boundary trees which were removed last year to create room for the proposed walkway were replaced by beach hedging.
The group of spade wielding volunteers included Anthony Moloney, Ger Condon, Tom O’Donnell, Dan McCarthy, Tommy O’Dwyer, Liam Allen, Sean and Liam O’Donnell, Covid-19 guidelines were observed during the planting.
The Club Limerick Draw is now open for anyone who wishes to get involved. The draw is a key source of revenue for the club and given the current restrictions due to Covid 19 we cannot hold our usual fundraising events.
Prizes include: €10,000, cash prizes and exclusive star prizes. Another great benefit of joining the draw is accessing a 10% discount for the likes of Intersport Elverys, Woodlands Hotel Adare, Original Irish Hotels and many more.
The club have had several winners throughout the year which is always great to see. If you wish to join the draw, visit or contact any club committee member.
CLUB MEMBERSHIP – REMINDER A reminder that our club membership can now be paid online by visiting We strongly recommend that members pay online given the current Covid restrictions. If you have any questions, please contact a member of the committee.
The club are continuing to sell tickets for the GAA National Draw. Prizes include €2,000 cash, a brand-new Renault Clio V and All-Ireland Hurling and Football final packages.
Selling tickets for the National Draw allows the club to raise some much-needed money and gives the ticket buyers the chance to win some brilliant prizes. If you wish to purchase tickets, please contact any committee member or any player from the Senior panel.
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Galtee Gaels 1 – 9 Blackrock 1 – 7
Galtee Gaels minor team had their first championship game of 2003 on 17th of July. Blackrock (Kilfinane) provided the opposition and Galtee Gaels had home advantage. Conditions were poor with a strong breeze upsetting play and the game was vigorously contested.
Mike O’Mahony played a captain’s part from his unusual midfield berth and scored the opening point. Blackrock took up the running with three points in a row. Galtee Gaels,
through the strong play of Paul Moriarty, Mike O’Mahony and Derek Gallahue around the middle, took the initiative with Eddie O’Gorman and Stephen Cahill points.
When the Blackrock keeper decided to advance on an extended solo run, he was dispossessed by Chris Noonan and Eddie O’Gorman lobbed a goal from 25 yards out. The former added a point but fortune smiled on Blackrock when the ball rebounded from the crossbar to the Galtee Gaels net. Galtee Gaels held a one point advantage at the break.
Twice, Galtee Gaels extended their lead to three points in the second half. Twice, Blackrock reduced their deficit to a single point. Eddie O’Gorman raised another white flag and the margin rested at two points with time up . Blackrock, down to fourteen men, needed a goal. They won a free, just outside the box. Galtee Gaels lined the goals and Donal Coakley made a notable save to clinch victory.
Galtee Gaels: Donal Coakley, Jamie Whelan, Pa Casey, Andy O’Mahony, Liam Lane, Paul Moriarty, Colm Moloney, Mike O’Mahony (0 – 1), Derek Gallahue (0 – 1), Eddie O’Gorman (1 – 2), Diarmuid McNamara (0 – 1), Stephen Cahill (0 – 1), Christy Noonan (0 – 1), Richie Fitzgerald and Diarmuid Walsh (0 – 2). Subs; Tom Kelly, Justin Hayes, Niall O’Mahony, Conor Moriarty and Chris Mullins.