SOUTH LIBERTIES GAA.
Our Club AGM was held on Monday December 5th last. It was concluded that 2022 was a relatively successful year for the club. Our Senior hurlers reached the County Semi Final bridging a gap of 37 years. There were joyous celebrations in the dressing room in Kilmallock after the game when we beat Patrickswell by 2 points. Our Junior hurlers reached the semi-final of the Brian Butler Cup, the East Final in the League and the County Semi-final in the League. Our U15 Footballers won their County Final.
Our Club Chairman Michael Fitzpatrick stepped down from his role and is replaced by John Godfrey. Mike was thanked for his tremendous work over the years and he will continue as assistant secretary to Colin Moloney going forward and will remain part of the finance committee helping to fundraise and co-ordinate developing our club grounds. We wish John Godfrey all the best in his new role. Anne Marie O Neill also stood down from Childrens Officer and was thanked for all her work for our Family Fun day. Long standing club member Mr. Paddy Shanahan was elected Honorary Life President.
Street League Finals
Our underage street league finals will take place this Friday December 16th and promises to be a great evening of entertainment.
Following on from our entertaining quiz last year, we have decided to host another for the 12 days of Christmas. This year’s topic is “Who in the Parish”. Questions began last Monday December 12th on our Instagram and Facebook sites so log on and see can you get all 12 correct. A link will be downloaded on the 12th day for all your answers to be filled out. Do not put your answers on the media sites.The winner will receive a Christmas hamper donated by Mr. John Cooney.
Signed and framed Jersey
This is the final chance to enter our competition for the signed and framed jersey at €10. The raffle will take place on Friday night the 16th. All proceeds will go towards our future Ball Wall.