KILTEELY- DROMKEEN GAA CLUB NOTES
2021 All Ireland Hurling Winners
Huge congratulations to the Limerick Senior hurlers and backroom staff especially Brian O’Grady, Denny Ahern and Eibhear Ó Dea on an incredible win over Cork. We are all so lucky to witness this golden age of Limerick Hurling. These successes do not happen by accident and are the result of countless hours of hard unseen work. An inspirational group! To have so much involvement coming from our own club members makes it all the more special. Luimneach Abu!
Last draw made 23rd August
Numbers drawn 12, 13, 21, 24
Lucky Dips: Tony Greene, Muireann O’Donovan, Mary Grace, Lily O’Leary
Sellers Prize: Micko
Next Draw 23rd August 10pm, live on Facebook
Tickets are on sale for just €2 at Noreen’s Shop in Kilteely, Daybreak Dromkeen and from all lotto committee members.
Our online lotto is very popular and so easy to use. In just 4 simple steps and you can enter for 10, 25 or 52 weeks it also takes the workload off the committee members.You can play online, at the following link https://clubforce.com/…/gaa-kilteely-dromkeen-gaa-club…/
Best of luck to everyone buying tickets and thanks for your continued support.
Club Results :
Premier Junior A Football Championship Group 3:
Kilteely Dromkeen 1.10 – 0.06 Cappamore in Caherconlish 19th August.
Congrats to our adult footballers for kicking off their championship season with a strong win over Cappamore.
The team put in a good performance throughout with some great link up play in attack as well as resolute defending.
Round 2 Premier Junior A Football
KD vs Monagea in Croom, 6.45pm, Sunday 29th August.
Again this is a ticket only affair so please follow the facebook page for details.
Sarsfields U19 Football
Sarsfields (KD/Pallasgreen) vs Caherconlish
6.45pm in Pallasgreen, Friday 27th August
All support is greatly appreciated.
The club would like to express its deepest sympathies to the family and friends of P.J. Garvey who passed away suddenly this week.
P.J. was an extremely talented dual star during his own playing career for Limerick, Ballybricken/Bohermore and Hospital Herbertstown. P.J. was also an excellent coach and was a prominent figure in many of the Naoimh Brid teams that Kilteely Dromkeen and Ballybricken/Bohermore combined for in recent years. Many of our current adult players had the good fortune to learn from P.J.’s teachings. To our fellow Gaa clubs, Hospital Herberstown, Ballybricken Bohermore and Mungret St.Pauls we express our deep condolences.