SOUTH GAA NOTES
SOUTH RESULTS :
Tuesday 29th. September
South Junior ‘B’ Football Championship, (Round 5) Ballylanders 2.07 Galbally 1.08 Camogue Rovers 2.09 Galtee Gaels 0.07
Saturday 3rd. October
South Junior ‘ B ‘Hurling Championship Semi Final. Bruree 3.20 Bruff 1.09
County Championship RESULTS (involving South teams)
Mon, 28 Sept.
Woodlands House Hotel County Junior A Hurling Relegation Final, Garryspillane 4.15 Old Christians 4.15 (aet) Garryspillane win on penalties
Tues, 29 Sept.
Woodlands House Hotel & Spa County Junior A Football Championship. Crecora /Manister 1.09 Croom 1.08
Wed, 30 Sept.
County Premier Minor Football Championship. Monaleen 4.10 Galbally 2.06
Sat, 03 Oct,
Irish Wire Products Ltd County Senior Football Relegation Final Galtee Gaels 2.10 Dromcollogher/ Broadford 0.14
Sun, 04 Oct,
Irish Wire Products Ltd County Senior Football Championship. Adare 4.07 Ballylanders 0.04
Woodlands House Hotel & Spa County Junior A Hurling Relegation Semi Final
Staker Wallace 0.11 Rathkeale 0.08
Despite the fact that the number of games each week is decreasing, as the Championship progress, the past week saw some important games down for decision. At Divisional level, two Round 5 Junior ‘B’ Football Championship games were played with wins for Camogue Rovers at home to Galtee Gaels and Ballylanders also had a home win over neighbours Galbally which put both team on 8 points, with Galbally on 6 with a game in hand where they travel to play Banogue who are on 4 points. A win for Galbally would put them level on top of the table while a Banogue victory would put them through to a Semi Final place.
In the Junior ‘B’ Hurling Championship, both Semi Finals were decided over the weekend, Bruree won their way to the final when they scored a 3.20 to 1.09 victory over Bruff in Kilfiinane on Saturday afternoon last. On Monday evening, Kilbreedy was to be the venue for clash of Blackrock and Camogue Roves in the second Semi Final, however all GAA Club activity was called off on Monday at lunchtime .
In the County Championship games there were mixed results for the South teams involved. In Junior ‘A; Hurling Relegation Semi Finals both Garryspillane and Staker Wallace avoided the relegation final, when they scored victories, On Monday last week 28th. September, Garryspillane overcame Old Christians (after a penalty shoot out) after sides finished level 4.15 each after extra time. Staker Wallace overcame Rathkeale by 0.11 to 0.08 on Sunday last 4th. October in Feenagh.
On the football front Croom lost out in the County Junior Football Championship Semi Final to Crecora Manister by the narrowest of margins 1.09 to 1.08 on Tuesday last 29th. September, Crecora/Manister were crowned County Champions on Sunday when they won the Final. Galbally lost out to Monaleen in the County Premier Minor Football Championship on Wednesday evening in Doon. It was County Football Championship Final weekend, on Saturday last Galtee Gaels secured their Senior Status for 2021 when they defeated Dromcollogher/Broadford by 2.10 to 0.14 in Kilmallock, Sunday saw Ballylanders face Adare in the County Senior Football Championship final in LIT Gaelic Grounds and it was the Adare side that lifted the Senior Football Championship title with a 4.07 to 0.04 win.
Well Done to all our Clubs both in Divisional and County Championship games over the past few weeks, whether it was victory of defeat, Teams and Managements deserve great credit for their endeavors as well as the Club Officials for ensuring the games were played.
In Accordance with the latest communications from Croke Park all games in South Limerick are off until further notice. Lets hope that those teams still in Championship contention will be back on the playing field in the not too distant future.
CLUB Limerick Draw
This month’s star prize is an overnight stay in Lough Rynn Castle. As well as the monthly cash prizes from €10,000 to €100. Join Online Today https://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw for €10 per draw,
or contact your club draw coordinator or any Club committee member if you have any queries. Your support is much appreciated. Best of luck to all in this month’s draw which will take place on Saturday 31st. October
COUNTDOWN IS ON FOR THE LIMERICK GAA ‘WIN A NEW MERCERCEDES’ DRAW
Excitement builds as deadline fast approaches for the exclusive luxury prize
Anticipation is in the air at Limerick GAA as tickets sell fast for a brand-new Mercedes CLA 180, with the raffle sale deadline of 16th October approaching fast.
The draw, which is due to take place on Saturday 31st October has been a major factor in the fundraising for Limerick GAA Football and Hurling, with all proceeds from the raffle being reinvested into teams from Minor to Senior grades at county level.
The fundraising draw is the highlight of the year for Limerick GAA, as the keys wait to be in the hands of the winner of the luxury Mercedes CLA 180.
The striking Mercedes-Benz CLA 180 comes complete with a sophisticated black leather interior, while its smooth transitions between dashboard, centre console and door trims create a pleasant wrap-around design.
Additional standard features include: Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX), Phone System, Reversing Camera, Keyless Start, Attention Assist, Brake Assist, Heated Seats, Cruise Control, 17” Alloy Wheels, Online Monitoring System.
Tickets are on sale now at https://limerickgaa.ie/winamercedes/
Online sales will terminate at on Friday 16th October at Midnight. The Raffle Draw will be held on Saturday 31st October 2020 and will be independently observed by Grant Thornton at Frank Hogan’s Car Dealership, Limerick.
By purchasing a raffle ticket, you are supporting Limerick GAA hurling & Football teams, by working together we will achieve continued success.
For more information, contact Siobhan Scanlon at info.clublimerick@Gaa.ie or on 061335516.