The next CLUB Limerick Draw takes place this Saturday 24th. April with another jackpot prize of €10,000 & a host of cash prizes up for grabs including an Exclusive Star Prize of a Weber Spirit II E 320 GBS Gas Barbecue plus €250 worth of free utensils. This will be the second of ten monthly draws which will run until December.

The CLUB Limerick Draw is one of our main fundraisers with 50% of the entrant fee returned to our own club. We strongly urge all club members to support this vital fundraiser & with such a wonderful selection of Exclusive Prizes on offer hopefully your luck is in for 2021.

The cost of entry is €10 per draw. You can sign up by contacting your Club Draw co-ordinator or online via, remembering to select your Club as the nominated club during the process.

RETURN TO PLAY : We are getting there! The GAA have announced a revised Master Fixtures Calendar for 2021…the inter-county season will run from the weekend of May 8th/9th to August 28th/29th, with the County and Provincial Club Championships being played in the months of September, October, November, and December. Of course, all of this is dependent on virus numbers being manageable, but for the first time in a many months, there is optimism – seeing our all our clubs with gates open and people playing, and especially young people back out in the open air with their friends, it will be worth the wait.

Munster Senior Football and Hurling Championship Draw 2021

Munster Senior Football Championship
Quarter Finals
Limerick v Waterford
Clare v Kerry
Semi Finals
Tipperary v Clare or Kerry;
Cork v Limerick or Waterford

Munster Senior Hurling Championship
Quarter Final
Clare v Waterford
Semi Finals
Limerick v Cork
Tipperary v Clare or Waterford
Dates & Venues TBC

REMINDER GARDA VETTING : With a return to play on the horizan, it is very important to note that any person who carries out a role of responsibility such as coaching, managing or training underage teams or indeed adult teams that contain any player under 18 years. of age, MUST be Garda Vetted. It also applies to organising underage activities or refereeing underage games. It is a criminal offence, for a person acting on behalf of the GAA, to commence working with children without that person first obtaining a vetting disclosure. To complete the vetting procedure, please go to