The lotto can be purchased online at the Clubs website. Jackpot now stands at €10,200. Next draw July 1st 2021.
This years Kellogg’s Cul Camp will take place from July 5th- 9th in Glenroe GAA. Bookings can be made online at
Kits will be delivered directly to your home
Glenroe GAA Club gear in now available on the O’ Neills website. You can log onto
Glenroe GAA will host a golf classic fundraiser at the Tipperary Golf Club with new dates of 22nd and 23rd of June. Entry is €150 for a team of 3 (including a BBQ). You can also sponsor a green or a tee box for €100.
First Prize “A four ball at the Old Head of Kinsale”.
If you wish to enter a team, sponsor a prize etc please contact one of the organisers, more details are available on our social media accounts.
Great Start for the Juniors
Our Junior hurlers got off to a successful start with a win in their first game in the South Junior B League against Effin in Effin on Sunday. Glenroe got off to quick start with two Goals from Ger Leahy and one from Maurice O’ Brien gave Glenroe a 3-01 to 1-04 lead going into the first water break. They came out in the same fashion after the water break, another Goal from Ger Leahy and points from Bob Frewen and Michael John Farrell gave Glenroe a commanding seven point lead at half time with scores at 4-04 to 1-06. Six points from Bob Frewen, Michael John Farrell and Maurice O’Brien in the third quarter of the game stretched the lead to eleven points with some superb defending from defence had limited Effin to only two points in this period, the scores going into the last water break the scores were 4-10 to 1-08. Effin rallied at the end of the game with a couple of goals at the end of
the game to make it a nervy ending but a few insurance scores from Bob Frewen and Maurice O’ Brien made the game safe with the ending scoreline of 4-13 to 3-11. A great team performance and a great start for the new management team of Shane Hennessy and Damien Cremins.
Team: Brian Howard, Cathal Flynn, Conor Fenton, Tommy O’Donnell, Danny Hayes, Kieran Tobin, Packie Sheehan, Bob Frewen (0-7, 0-4 from Frees), David Lane, Killian Meade, Michael John Farrell (0-2), Tommy McDonnell, Daniel Hennessy, Maurice O’Brien (1-4), Ger Leahy (3-0)
Subs: Edmond Noonan for MJ Farrell, David Noonan for Ger Leahy, Jason Lane for Daniel Hennessy
Glenroe Junior B maintain their excellent start.
Glenroe Junior B team had their first home game of the season on Sunday the 20th of June against Hospital- Herbertstown. After a great win to against Effin first day out, Glenroe picked up where they left off with a stunning first quarter of the game with a three quick fire goals from Michael John Farrell and two from Maurice O’Brien giving Glenroe a commanding lead of 3-02 to 0-01. They did not let up in the second quarter with Maurice O’Brien getting another two goals along with points from Jason Leigh, Jordan Sheehy, Darren Carroll, Ger Leahy and some from Maurice himself. That along with some great free taking from Bob Frewen had to scores at the break 5-11 to 0-01. The pace of the game slowed down in the second half slowed down a lot with the scoring slowing down also with only 6 points being scored from both teams in the second half a few scores from Bob Frewen and a point from Ger Leahy in the second half to finish out the game along with excellent defensive performances saw Glenroe easily win with an impressive score line Glenroe 5-15 to Hospital-Herbertstown 0-03.
Team & Scores:
Alan Mc Sweeney, Cathal Flynn, Conor Fenton, Jordan Sheehy (0-01), Danny Hayes, Kieran Tobin, Diarmuid McCarthy, Darren Carroll (0-01), Jason Leigh (0-01), Bob Frewen (0-07 – 0-06 frees), M.J Farrell (1-00), Killian Meade, Ger Leahy (0-02), Daniel Hennessy, Maurice O’ Brien (4-03).
Subs: David Lane for Maurice O’ Brien, Pakie Sheehan for Diarmuid McCarthy, Jason Lane for Killian Meade, Ed Noonan for Cathal Flynn, Brian Howard for M.J Farrell.
Next Fixture:
JBHL RD 3 vs Dromin Athlacca on Sunday June 27th @ 6pm in

Glenroe Premier Intermediates
Tough start in the South Senior League
Glenroe Premier Intermediate team got their season started on Saturday night in Garryspillane against Garryspillane. Garryspillane took an early lead at the first water break with an early goal despite points from Mark O’Connell and Diarmuid McCarthy before going off early with an injury. Garryspillane went in with a four point lead into the first water break with the scores 1-04 to 0-03. The game followed the same pattern with the four point lead staying the same with the two teams trading points until the break Mark O’ Connell scoring a couple of frees with the scores at 1-08 to 0-07. The second half followed a different pattern with Glenroe struggling to get to grips with the game and struggled to get scores on the board. Some deadly finishing and great long-range striking took the game out of Glenroe’s reach with scores going into the final water break 3-14 to 0-11 points to Garryspillane. Despite a late goal from Mark O’Connell, it was not enough to get Glenroe back in the game with Garryspillane running out eventual winners by a score line of 3-21 to 1-13. Tough start for Glenroe but a long season ahead and will look to bounce back against Kilmallock on Thursday.
Team: Ian O’Sullivan, Jimmy Barry Murphy, Patrick McSweeney, Eoin Gallahue, Brian O’Connell (0-1), Stephen Walsh, Sean Clancy, Donal Kelly, Ciaran Kelly, Mark O’Connell (1-6, 0-4 from frees), Eoin Walsh, Diarmuid McCarthy (0-1), Shaun Moloney (0-1), Eoin O’Mahony (0-1), Shane O’ Donoghue (0-1).
Subs: David McCarthy (0-2) for Diarmuid McCarthy, Jordan Sheehy for Brian O’Connell, Tommy McDonnell for Shane O’ Donoghue
Much improved performance for Intermediates
Glenroe were up against Kilmallock in their first home game of the season on Thursday the 17th of June. Glenroe got off to a slow start going down 2-05 to 0-03 going into the first water break with points from Eoin Walsh, Brian O’Connell and David McCarthy keeping them in touching distance. The team in the second quarter of the game did not make an inroads into Kilmallock’s lead but steadied the ship by putting 4 points on their score line with some great scores from Thomas McDonnell and Sean Clancy along with two frees from Mark O’ Connell. The score going into the break was 2-9 to 0-7 to Kilmallock. The second half you could see the confidence of the Glenroe team growing putting pressure on the Kilmallock. Going into the last water break they could not cut into the lead despite a few goal chances but Kilmallock could not pull away with the scores 0-12 to 2-14. The last quarter of the game Glenroe made it a very nervy ending by outscoring Kilmallock 1-02 to 0-03 point. The Glenroe goal came from a well worked move finished off by Brian O’Connell dispatching expertly. He added a point to his tally along with a free from Mark O’Connell and only for some great goal keeping from the Kilmallock Goalie the score line would have been a lot closer. The final result was Glenroe 1-14 Kilmallock 2-17.
Ian O’Sullivan, Eoin Gallahue, Patrick McSweeney, Jordan Sheehy, Brian O’Connell (1-03), Stephen Walsh, Sean Clancy (0-01), Donal Kelly, David McCarthy (0-01), Thomas McDonnell (0-01), Mark O’Connell (0-05, 0-04 from frees), Darren Carroll, Shaun Moloney (0-01), Eoin Walsh (0-02), Shane O’ Donoghue.
Subs: Zach McCarthy for Darren Carroll, Jimmy Barry Murphy for Thomas McDonnell
Glenroe get first win of the season on the Road
Glenroe Premier Intermediates took on Bruff in Bruff on Saturday the 19th of June. Glenroe were looking to build on a good performance against Kilmallock on Thursday, the confidence of that performance showed with the quick start with early goals from Shane O’ Donoghue and Shaun Moloney giving Glenroe a three point lead going into the first water break. The scores were 2-02 to 0-05 after the first quarter of the game. Bruff came out strong in the second quarter but another goal from Shane O’ Donoghue maintained Glenroe’s lead along with a couple of frees from Mark O’Connell. The lead was down to one point at the break, Glenroe 3-05 Bruff 0-13. The game continued to be a tightly fought contest with some excellent performances in Glenroe’s defence. A few points from Brian O’Connell, Darren McCarthy and Sean Clancy gave Glenroe a three point lead going into the last water break with scores at 3-11 to 0-17. The fitness levels and intensity of Glenroe made them pull their lead away with a couple of scores from Mark O’Connell, however a late goal from Bruff made it a nervy finish but Glenroe had enough to see it through. Final result 3-16 to 1-17.
Team & Scores:
David McCarthy, Jimmy Barry Murphy, Pa Mc Sweeney, Eoin Gallahue, Sean Clancy (0-02), Stephen Walsh, Darren McCarthy (0-01), Donal Kelly, Brian O’ Connell (0-03), Mark O’ Connell (0-07 – 0-03 frees), Eoin O’ Mahony, Zach McCarthy (0-01), Shaun Moloney (1-01), Eoin Walsh, Shane O’ Donoghue (2-01).
Subs: Jordan Sheehy for Eoin Gallahue, Diarmuid McCarthy for Shane O’ Donoghue, Darren Carroll for Zach McCarthy, Ger Leahy for Eoin O’ Mahony.
Next Fixtures:
PIHC RD 4 vs Knockainey on Saturday June 26th @ 7.30pm in Glenroe.