OOLA GAA CLUB NOTES
In accordance with Level 5 restrictions currently in place all club activities remain suspended ,we will communicate any updates from the GAA as soon as we get them . We remind all our members to continue to follow the government advice to remain at home and exercise within your 5 km.
SPLIT THE POT
Last week’s winner of Oola GAA/LGFA “Split the Pot” was Madison & Erin ,and Betty Anderson. The prize was €581. This week our Split the Pot draw will take place on Friday. Envelopes can be bought from business in the village and club members. You can also enter online at www.oolagaa.com
CLUB LIMERICK DRAW 2020
OOLA GAA would like to thank everyone for your continued support for the CLUB Limerick Draw. .If you would like to join the draw for 2021 please visit www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw and select OOLA GAA or you can contact Breda English Hayes,Draw co ordinator for Oola Gaa.
Congratulations to Johnjoe Fahey on his win in the last draw for 2020.
Oola Healthy Clubs,My Life…every step counts
Still going well for Oola GAA in the My Life ,every step counts. We have surpassed the required 4,000 km needed to be entered into the draw so hopefully all the walking will be rewarded.
You can still join, download the App MyLife by Irish Life (Irish Life-Every Step Counts Challenge). Once registered, scroll down to the Challenge ,click to select Munster & then select OOLA GAA & LGFA . This will ensure that all steps will be registered against the OOLA GAA club.
All are welcome & Happy walking!
Clubs who hit the 4000km milestone will be entered into a prize draw with €2,500, €1,500 and €1,000 O’Neill s vouchers to be won per province.
As a result of the Covid restrictions, you can walk in your own time while capturing your steps via My Life App against the OOLA GAA Club.
Well done to the Oola Gaelic4Mothers&others who completed the 10km virtual run for Milford hospice over the weekend.
NEW AGE GROUPS FOR SEASON 2021
Limerick GAA have confirmed that they will play underage hurling and football competitions at uneven ages in 2021 in line with national policy. The new policy came into effect from this January 2021. All teams will now move to the uneven numbers (U7, U9, U11, U13, U15 & U17, etc). In Limerick, the U7, U9 and U11 age grades will come under the remit of Coaching & Games. The U13, U15 and U17 age grades will be planned by County Bord na nÓg. Feile now reverts to U15 level. Formats, days, dates etc are being organised at the moment and further details will be circulated to the clubs at later dates.