Club Limerick Draw
Get in with a chance to win a LG 75” UHD Smart TV or one of many cash prizes by signing up for the club Limerick draw this month! Join by direct debit, €8.33 per month for 12 months, or join by pay as you go for €10 a month (1 – 10 month options). The club Limerick draw is a vital fundraiser for our Gerald Griffin’s club and county clubs, especially as fundraisers are much fewer due to the current pandemic. 1. Join at the following link: Join CLUB Limerick Draw | Limerick GAA | Official Website
2. Contact Gerard Reidy (0872582963), Pakie Hayes (0879126934) or Teresa Stack (0876111543) or email
Final calls to get registered with Gerald Griffin’s for the 2021 season!
With spectators back at matches, make sure you have your membership paid so you can secure tickets for the matches. Membership can be paid: 1. Online by registering at the following link: Login | Foireann (
2. Contact any of the following members of the committee and you can either drop the membership to them or pay directly into the bank account:
· Gerard Reidy 0872582963 (Treasurer)
· Sharon Ambrose 0879274068 (Bord na nÓg Secretary)
· Teresa Cregan-Stack (Secretary) 0876111543
Membership Rates 2021:
Adult/ Working Player €50
School-going Player €30
Under 18 Player €20
Non-Player €25
Family (2 adultes/children) €65
Gerald Griffin’s Intermediate Footballers Win Against St. Senan’s
Well done to our intermediate footballers who had a brilliant win against St. Senan’s last Tuesday evening, June 8th.
The first point of the game was scored by St. Senan’s, followed by a point by Jamie Long soon after. Patrick O’Shaughnessy scored a point then for Gerald Griffin’s with another by St. Senan’s minutes later. 10 minutes into the game, the score was 0-3 all, as Diarmuid Noonan blocked a goal. With minutes left of the first quarter, Paul Brouder made a great run down the field and
another point was scored for Griffin’s, this one by Michael Thornton. There was another wide for Senan’s just before the water break.
8 minutes into the second quarter, Thornton scored a point from a free kick in. Griffin’s keeper, Brian Scanlon, made a couple of great saves about 12 minutes in. However, this was followed up by a point from Senan’s. Soon after, Conor Cregan got a point for Griffin’s. The final point just before the whistle blew ending the first half, was scored again by Thornton. The score at the end of the first half was 0-08 to 0-04, with Gerald Griffin’s in the lead.
Paul Brouder got a point straight away in the second half. A minute later, John McCoy scored another point for us, followed soon after by a point from Thornton. 2 minutes in and Griffin’s were ahead by 7 points. Senan’s got a point from a free, followed by a point from Connor O’Shaughnessy. Patrick O’Shaughnessy soon went for a goal and narrowly missed, Thornton then scored another point. 2 more points for Gerald Griffin’s and our defenders did great work putting Senan’s under pressure leading them to missing a few points. The score was now 0-15 to 0-05. Both teams scored another point each, just before the whistle.
The final quarter of the game started with a wide from St. Senan’s and a minute later they scored a point. Senan’s missed another few points and scored another 2. Paudie O’Connell made a great block before passing on to Brouder who ran and got a free kick. Griffin’s got a point from a free and Pat O’Shaughnessy also went for a score but was blocked. In the last minute, Senan’s got another point leaving a final score of 0-17 to 0-11.
Griffin’s gave a great performance overall and it was great to see such a good win in their first game of 2021, especially as we were missing a few strong players. We hope to see our supporters out again next week, Tuesday June 15th at 7.30, as Gerald Griffin’s will be playing St. Kieran’s in Coolcappa.
The following are the fixtures for the coming weeks:
22nd June
Gerald Griffins v Kildimo/Pallaskenry @ 7.30
29th June
Newcastle West v Gerald Griffins @ 7.30
Gerald Griffin’s Ladies Win
Well done to our ladies who had a brilliant win against Fr. Casey’s, Abbeyfeale last Sunday. They played at home and won in the end with a final score of 3-5 to 2-6. A great performance put in by all, well done. Best of luck to them in their next game in 2 weeks’ time when they will play Monagea.
County Limerick Results
Limerick Hurlers Win
Congratulations to the Limerick hurlers who had a fantastic win against Westmeath last Sunday in Mullingar. The final score of the game was 0-18 to 3-26.
Limerick Footballers
A very good performance by a brave Limerick side that played well throughout the entire game on Saturday. Unfortunately, the Limerick footballers lost to Derry with the full-time score of 0-17 to 0-13. Well done to our Gerald Griffin’s member Tommy Griffin who played the first half of the game.
Limerick Camogie
A great effort put in by the Limerick camogie team in their game against Galway on Sunday. The final score was Limerick: 0-10 and Galway: 3-17.
Limerick Ladies Football
A tough day for the Limerick ladies on Sunday also who unfortunately lost to Leitrim. The full-time score was 2-17 to 4-12.
O’Neills Club Gear
Check out our new stock available on the O’Neill’s website. You can see all our club gear at the following link:
GAA Club Newsletter – June 2021
Please find attached a link to the latest edition of the GAA Club Newsletter, June 2021 with information, news and updates for club officers, players and the wider membership.…/read-the-latest-club-newsletter…/
Student Journalism Award
Congratulations to Cormac Thompson who came 2nd in the category of sports writing in Press Pass Student Journalism Awards. Cormac wrote a fantastic article on Rachel Blackmore and was one of 1000 entrants in that category. Well done Cormac.
Men’s Health Week
Limerick Sports Partnership are delighted to offer a range of FREE activities throughout the week of Monday 14th June to Sunday 20th June to encourage men to take some time for themselves, to #BeActive and #KeepWell during Mens Health Week 2021. You can register for the activities on the following link
GAA Learning – National Webinar Series Online
1. Diversity and inclusion Club Webinar 7- 8.30pm: Responding to Racism: Educational Workshop. The agenda will focus on procedures to guide GAA clubs on matters of best practise
in preventative, proactive and responding to racism and discrimination and the Give Respect, Get Respect program.
Option for training dates are:
• Tuesday evening 22nd of June 7-8.30pm
• Tuesday evening 20th July 7-8.30pm
Registration form: GAA Responding to Racism Educational Workshop:…
2. New GAA/PDST Future Leaders Podcast Series
Episode 5 in our podcast series is now available. In it, Sally chats with Geraldine McTavish, GAA Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Zac Moradi, Leitrim Hurler and Gary Coney, Secretary of Clonoe O’Rahilly’s in Tyrone). Link;
Here are the links to previous episodes: · Episode 1 on Student Leadership: · Episode 2 on Nutrition & Physical Activity: · Episode 3 on Sports Journalism & Sports Photography: · Episode 4 on Participation On & Off the Field: