SOUTH GAA NOTES
Monday 7th. June.
Junior ‘B’ Football Championship 2020 Round 3
Bangoue v Galbally in Banogue at 12noon
Junior ‘B’ Hurling Championship 2020 Semi Final
Blackrock v Camogue Rovers in Hospital at 4pm (Extra time being played if necessary).
Saturday 12th. June
Junior ‘ B’ Football Championship 2020
Semi Final will be played on Saturday 12th June at 3pm in Hospital with Extra time being played if necessary
COUNTY/DIVISIONAL LEAGUE/CHAMPIONSHIP TO GET UNDERWAY ON SATURDAY 12th. JUNE
The top 2 teams in each League will play in the South Divisional Championship Finals 2021
The South Senior League / Championship is made up of 7 teams with the 1st round to commence on 12th June at 7.30pm. First named team home advantage
Cill Mocheallòg v Blackrock
Garryspillane v Gleann Rua CLG
Bruff v Dromin Athlacca
Knockainey v BYE
The South Senior Football League Championship is made up of 6 teams (Pallasgreen and Oola playng in South) with the 1st round to commence on 8th June at 7.30pm
Ballylanders v Oola
Bruff v Pallasgreen
The South Intermediate Hurling League / Championship is made up of 6 teams with the 1st round to commence on 12th June at 7.30pm
Bruree v Croom
Effin v Castletown Ballyagran
Cill Mocheallòg v Hospital Herbertstown
The South Intermediate Football League / Championship is made up of 6 teams (Mungret St Pauls joining us from the City) with the 1st round to commence on 8th June at 7.30pm
Ballylanders v Banogue GAA
Bruree v Croom
Hospital Herbertstown v Mungret StPauls
The South Junior A Hurling League / Championship is made up of 6 teams with the 1st round to commence on Sunday 13th June at 12noon.
Staker Wallace v Garryspillane
Blackrock v Bruree
Camogue Rovers v Bruff
The South Junior A Football League / Championship is made up of 6 teams (Claughan and Mungret St Pauls playing in South) with the 1st round to commence on Wednesday 9th June at 7.30pm.
Camogue Rovers v Croom
Galbally v Galtee Gaels/Gaeil Gailtí
Mungret St Pauls v Claughaun
The South Junior B Hurling League / Championship is made up of 5 teams (Castletown Ballyagran have been put in the West competition) with the 1st round to commence on Sunday 13th June at 12noon.
Effin v Gleann Rua CLG
Hospital Herbertstown v Dromin Athlacca
Knockainey v BYE
The format for the County Championships is also included in the Master Fixture List (same format as 2020) and these draws are expected to take place on June 15th. The draws for the South Junior B Championships Hurling and Football will take place around the same time.
CLUB Limerick May Draw : The May Draw was held on Saturday last 29th. May and there were a number of winners from the South Disision, Brendan Connery (Kilmallock) won the 1st. Prize of€10,000, Seamus Cliffrord (Camogue Rovers) won the 3rd. Prize of €2,000, Killian Liston (Banogue) won the 8th. Prize of €500, while Christina Greensmyth (Hospital/Herbertstown) also won €500 the 9th. Prize. Pat Mullins (Galtee Gaels) won the 15th. Prize of €100, Adam and Cian Costelloe (Banogue) took the 29th Prize of €100, while Kilfinane native Demot O’Hurley now resident in Dublin won the 21st Prize of €100 as a member of Club Limerick (Dublin)
The fourth Draw of ten monthly draws which will run until December will be held on 26th June, 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 limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw, remembering to select your Club as the nominated club during the process.
In June our CLUB Limerick Draw will offer you the chance to win an impressive 75” Flat Screen TV in association with Jack Fitzgerald Electrical – Limerick’s Number 1 Electrical Retailer
COVID-19 UPDATE : Another announcement on Friday 28th May has given us further details on the road map to reopening. From a GAA point of view his announcement was a very positive one, the biggest news is that a small number of spectators will be allowed in to watch games in June and July where they will hold test events to see how they get on with having larger numbers gathered together at an event. As we get more guidelines and information surrounding spectators we will let you all know. Another positive is that from June 7th matches can be played so keep an eye out on our social media for any up coming fixtures. As always we ask that you and your family continue to follow all Public Health Guidelines so that we can keep moving in this positive direction.
ALLIANZ FOOTBALL LEAGUE VICTORY FOR LIMERICK : Well Done to Limerick Senior Football team and Management Another great weekend for the Limerick Senior Footballers as they overcame Wicklow winning by 2.19 to 1.12 to secure a place in the Division 3 League Semi Final, where they will play Derry in Carrick on Shannon on Saturday 12th June at 4pm.
ALLIANZ HURLING LEAGUE ROUND 4 THIS SATURDAY After a week break from Allianz Hurling League action, the Limerick Senior Hurlers are back in action on this Saturday 5th. June when they play Cork in the LIT Gaelic Grounds at 7:15pm. Limerick will be hoping to get a win from this game as they are still without a win in the league so far. Best of Luck is extended to the Team and Management