Hurling and Football Leagues
Our junior hurlers faced Monaleen last Friday evening in the City/East semi-final and after a fantastic game just came up short after extra time. Monaleen got the first couple of scores, but we replied well and at the break we were a point up 13 points to 12.
Second half started in the same vein with both sides trading scores and the lead exchanging hands numerous times. As we entered the final 10 minutes Monaleen pulled 3 points ahead, but we replied with a point and a fantastic goal from Jack Fitzpatrick who volleyed the sliothar past the Monaleen goalie. Again, both sides traded points and Monaleen once again lead by a point as the final whistle approached. We were awarded a free which Ronan Butler converted to take the game to extra time.
20 minutes further and as both sides tired scores were harder to come by, Darragh Godfrey scored our second goal to see us lead by a point and the halftime break in extra time. Monaleen equalised on the restart and went ahead again. We levelled again with a further 2 points but Monaleen scored the last 2 points of the game to win on a score line of Monaleen 0-31 to South Liberties 2-23.
A fantastic team effort from all the panel who play an exciting brand of hurling with some real quality scores being taken over the 80 minutes.
Mike Moynihan, Kieran O Brien, Brendan Ahearne, Eoin Dunne, Matthew Gaule(0-1),Enda Meaney, Derek Lynch, Shane Brosnahan, Mike Keane(0-3),Joe Hegarty(0-1), Jack Fitzpatrick(1-8), Shane Kilcoyne(0-1)Darragh Godfrey(1-2),Ronan Butler(0-6)Patrick O Donnell(0-1), Shane Garry, Paddy Healy, Ben Garry, Stephen Noonan, Barry Walsh, Conor McNamara, Sean Keane, Stephen Willis.
Our U13 boys lost out to Drom Broadford in the football. Drom had the better start with 2 early goals but mid-way through the second half our lads drove on and went ahead. But a late goal followed by a point gave Drom the win.
The June CLUB Limerick Draw will take place on Saturday 25th June 2022, during the Live 95fm Sports Program between 10am & 11am.
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Parish Draw
Our Parish draw continues every Tuesday night. There was no winner again last week and the next jackpot is €2,300. Tickets can be purchased in all local public shops and pubs or contact any committee member.
Huge congratulations to the Limerick Hurlers on winning the Munster Final again for 2022. It makes this win the fourth in a row for the Treaty after an epic battle in Semple stadium Last Sunday June 5th. We are so proud of Barry Nash’s performance, again being solid in his no 4 jersey role. All roads now lead to Croke Park for the semi-final in early July.
We want to thank those volunteers who showed up last Thursday at the club to help us tidy up the grounds. We hope to meet up again soon and appeal to everyone to come along for 2 hours and assist us in the upkeep of our community GAA grounds.