OOLA GAA CLUB NOTES
Back to Matches
This season Oola seniors will play in the South Senior Football league.
Oola are grouped with Ballylanders, Pallasgreen , Galtee Gaels , Bruff and Galbally. The first match will be against Ballylanders on June 8th in Ballylanders.
U14 girls will begin their season against Murroe Boher on Monday 7th June in Murroe .
All other age groups will have matches in the coming weeks .
Return to play
Training has resumed in accordance with Covid 19 regulations and hopefully it will continue without any more disruption.Return to play will need to be completed prior to coming to training.
Membership is now open-Player membership €60 ,U19 is € 30.Non-Playing membership is €30.Bord na Og membership is €20.Membership can be paid to club registrar Mixie Ryan.
Foireann.ie can also be used to register, this is the same website that you would have previously used to complete Return to Play.
Split the Pot
Congratulations to Maryln Healy , Newport who won €653 ,envelope sold by Bridget Burns .Envelopes are available from Gala, Londis ,Finesse Hair Salon , Bleisce Barbers,Doon ,Oola Post office & Supermacs in Tipperary Town Plaza and online on Oola Gaa website. Also available from players.We would like to thank everyone for their continued support. Envelopes are €2 each or you can buy 3 for €5 .
Club Limerick development draw
Congratulations to Tom Casey who was a winner in this months draw.
Gaelic for mothers and others continues on Wednesdays at 8 pm. Newcomers are welcome
.●All players to be registered with LGFA through the Oola LGFA registration through the Foireann system.
●Players to continue to complete health questionnaire through Foireann before each training session
●Players to be covered for personal injury cover under either available AIG LGFA group policy or private insurance covering G4M&O activities.
The May Movers walking/activity challenge has come to an end . We encourage all to keep up the great enthusiasm shown in the last few months with each challenge. Thank you to each participant. Keep an eye on our social media platforms for further challenges.
Please note the GAA field has a ‘No Dogs policy ‘ except for guide dogs. This is a health and safety initiative as dog fouling is a concern for both adults and children who use the field for training and matches .