Munster Junior B Football Championship Kick-Off on Sunday
The much-delayed 2021 Munster Club Junior B Football Football Championship hosted by Knockaderry since 2005 will kick off this Sunday February 6th with the quarter final meeting of Parteen (Clare) and Randal Óg (Cork) in Knockaderry at 2pm.
Five county championship winning teams Granagh/Ballingarry (Limerick) defeated finalists in 2020 Moyvane (Kerry), Parteen (Clare) Nenagh, Eire Óg (Tipperary), Randal Óg (Cork) and the Nire (Waterford) will participate. The draw for the competitions has been made and is as follows:
Sunday 6th February
Quarter Final
Parteen (Clare) v Randal Óg (Cork) in Knockaderry at 2pm.
Sunday 13th February
Semi Final 1
Granagh/Ballingarry (Limerick) v the Nire (Waterford) in Knockaderrry at 2pm.
Sunday 20th February
Semi Final 2
Moyvane (Kerry) v Parteen (Clare) or Randal Óg (Cork) in Knockaderry at 2pm.
Sunday 27th February
Final (Provisional)
All the above fixtures are weather permitting and may be subject to change.
Entrance fee for supporters for all games is €10 which includes a match programme and tea/light refreshment in the local halla post-match.
Munster Junior A Football Championship Roll of Honour
2006 Clann na nGael (Cork)
2007 An Croman (Kerry)
2008 Tuosist (Kerry)
2009 Churchill (Cork)
2010 Na Gaeil (Kerry)
2011 Brosna (Kerry)
2012 Scartaglen (Kerry)
2013 Asdee (Kerry)
2014 Valentia Young Islanders (Kerry)
2015 Sneem Derrynane (Kerry)
2016 Lisgole (Kerry)
2017 Ballybrown (Limerick)
2018 Kilgarvan (Kerry)
2019 Not completed due to Covid 19
2020 No competition due to Covid 19
GAA Healthy Clubs Every Step Counts Challenge
A great second week of walking as part of the new year new challenge where a massive total of 2,400km is now clocked up by Granagh/Ballingarry GAA, Camogie and Ladies Football Club which is the equivalent of leaving the Granagh/Balligarry GAA clubhouse and arriving in Rome. Well done to everyone involved (and of course there’s still plenty of time for anyone to get involved with four more weeks remaining, simply download the MyLife by Irish Life app from the app store or Google plays once registered on the app follow the steps below to sign up to the challenge.
To take part simply download the My Life by Irish Life app from the app store or Google play. Once registered on the app follow the steps below to sign up to the Granagh/Ballingarry GAA, camogie and ladies football challenge.
Open the My Life app
Click social.
Select challenges
Select pending
Select Munster GAA
Select leader board
Select join
Select Granagh/Ballingarry GAA camogie and ladies football. At present while cases are high, we’re asking people to walk in their own pods within their local areas.
Further details on the challenge can be found in the link below along with many of your questions answered
The group is well on the way to getting the 45,000km mark which ensures the GAA Camogie and Ladies Football clubs are entered in the draw for €2,500, €1,500 and €1,000 O’Neills vouchers to be won per province
Club Limerick Draw 2022
Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club are once more promoting the Limerick County Club draw for 2022. There will be monthly draws from March to December with a top prize of €10,000. There are a host of other prizes to be won, 2nd €3,000, 3rd €2,000, 4th €1,000, 5th exclusive star prize, 6th to 9th €500, 10th to 13th €250, 14th to 30th €100 for the ten draws with the
option to join our own ten monthly draw and county club draw for €150. If you would like to renew your membership for 2022 please follow the link and select Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club and the number of draws you wish to sign up for. You may also contact the Granagh/Ballingarry GAA club draw co-ordinator Stephen Stapleton on 086-1960301.
Membership Due
Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club membership fees for 2022 are now due and are €40 for adult players (€120 with club draw), €20 for students and non-players, €15 for Bord na nOg (120 per family). Non players who pay €100 club draw fee in full will automatically become members for 2022. Fees should be paid on or before 31st March to club registrar John Carroll or any club official. To train or play for the club you have to insured. If you were not yet registered we ask you to do so. It is generally felt by club officers, that any members or player should feel obliged to get their membership paid a.s.a.p. and we must reiterate that people who have not paid will not be covered by insurance or entitled to any privileges what so ever from our club.
National Football League
Derry 1-10, Down 1-6, Clare 1-13, Offaly 0-7, Galway 1-14, Meath 0-6 Roscommon 1-13, Cork 0-10.
Division 3 Round 1
Limerick 4-9, Longford 1-11, Antrim 1-14, Fermanagh 0-8, Laois 3-9, Louth 1-10, Westmeath 1-16, Wicklow 2-8.
Limerick off to a winning start
National Football League
Division 3 Round 1
Longford ….1-11
Congratulations to manager Billy Lee and all involved with the Limerick senior footballers on their impressive seven point 4-9 to 1-11 victory over gallant Longford in the open game in Division 3 of the National Football League and Páirc na nGael on Saturday. We wish the boys in green and white the best of luck when they travel to Corrigen Park, Belfast to play Antrim 1-14 to 0-8 winners over Fermanagh also on Saturday in Brewster Park. The game on a Saturday has a 2.30pm start and your support would be welcome.
National Hurling League
Division 1A Round 1
We wish the best of luck to manager John Kiely, captain Declan Hennessy and our own Donal O’Grady, coach, and the rest of the management team as back-to-back All Ireland Hurling Championship winners travel to Wexford Park to play the Wexford boys in the opening game of Division 1A in the Nation’s Hurling League this Sunday 6th February at 1.45pm.
Please support.
€16,900 Jackpot on Saturday
There was no winner of the €16,800 jackpot in the Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club lottery on Saturday January 29th. The numbers drawn were 3, 6, 24 and 29. The lucky dips of €20 each went to Eddie O’Brien promoter online, Brid Russell promoter O’Gorman’s shop, Chawke’s Cross, Granagh, John O’Keeffe promoter Jim O’Keeffe, Michael Aherne promoter Willie Power.
The next draw for a jackpot of 16,900 will be held on Saturday 5th February in Dinny A’s Bar, Ballingarry. Tickets are 2 each of three for 5 and are on sale in local shops, bars and from promoters.
Note You can now play the weekly draw online and the link is available on the club Facebook or Twitter which finished at 6pm every Saturday.
Thank you for your continued support.
Granagh/Ballingarry GAA club officials, players and members extend its sympathy to Limerick County GAA Board Secretary Mike O’Riordan and family on the death of his mother Nancy O’Riordan nee Egleston.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.
Saturday 5th February
National Football League Division 1 Round 2
Kerry v Dublin in Austin Stack Park, Tralee at 7pm.
National Football League
Division 2 Round 2
Down v Galway in Park Esler, Newry at 5pm. Cork v Clare in Pairc Uí Chaoimh at 7pm.
National Football League
Division 3 round 2
Antrim v Limerick in Corrigen Park, Belfast at 2.30pm.
National Hurling League
Division 1A Round 1
Cork v Clare in Pairc Uí Chaoimh at 5pm.
National Hurling League
National Hurling League
Division 3B Round 2
All Ireland Club Junior Hurling Championship Final
Ballygiblin (Cork) v Mooncoin (Kilkerry) in Páirc an Chrócaigh at 3pm.
All Ireland Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Final
Kilmoyley (Kerry) v Naas Hurling Club (Kildare) in Pairc an Chrocaigh at 5pm