The Final night of our Street Leagues is this coming Friday Night December 17th.
It promises to be great fun and excitement for everyone so make sure you are there in time. We have prizes for each of the winning teams and also medals for all the kids, with some other goodies too.
The U7 age group time will be 6.15pm to 6.45pm with medal presentation straight after.
The U9 age group time will be 7pm to 7.45pm with medal presentation after.
The U11/U13 Shield Final is 8.15pm and the Cup League Final will be 8.45pm with medal presentation for both winning teams at 9.15pm.
Our U9 age group will do a pre-match MARCH all together before throw-in (as matches are being played concurrently,
Our U11/U13 groups will do a pre-match MARCH before each final (as matches are being played separately, one after the other.
Looking forward to what we anticipate being a fun-filled evening to finish off our academy for 2021.
PwC All-Stars Awards.
Last Thursday morning December 9th, phones were buzzing all around Limerick shortly after 7am, when the 2021 Hurling All-Stars were announced and none more so than in the surrounding Parishes of South Liberties GAA Club. We never once doubted that Barry Nash was going to be a deserved recipient. The opening narrative on RTE by Seamus O’Rourke was soul touching to listen to and watch, especially when Declan Nash appeared on screen powering up the pitch and straight to his nephew Barry scoring his magnificent point in the 2021 All Ireland Final from his position at corner back. Barry’s interview later in the show was powerful showing our grounds at Dooley Park firstly and then his honest and grounded nature. And for our other All-Star heroes Joe Mc Kenna, Pat Hartigan and Eamon Grimes to be shown and mentioned was such a proud moment for the Club. So yet, we can again speak in terms of Barry Nash being one of our elite members that we are so proud of within our Historic Club.
Míle buíochas Barry agus Comhghairdeas o chroí leat.
South Liberties “Where in the Parish” Social Media on-line quiz.
There has been much amusement and anticipation around the parish in relation to our 12 days of Christmas Quiz “Where in the Parish is”. Remember, all the 12 questions will be on our social media sites of Facebook and Instagram on Thursday morning early. Click on the link, enter your name and mobile number, and type in all your 12 answers. There will be a prize for the funniest answer to question 12 and a fabulous hamper for the overall winner, kindly sponsored by John Cooney. The winner will be announced Friday Morning and they can be presented with the prize at our Underage Academy on Friday night. So, remember, you must fill in all your answers online. Good Luck to everyone.
Road Hurling
Anyone wanting to participate in our inaugural Road Hurling tournament, which consists of teams of 3 at €40 a team, can click on the blue button on the top of our Facebook Page which says, “Sign Up”, click on our BIO on Instagram or log onto our website.
Registration will begin at 10am on Monday 27th December outside the club house, where teas/coffees/scones will be available. The route will be towards Ballysheedy from Dooley Park, turn right to Bushy Island and finish at The Four Elms. The road will be closed off along the route to traffic and we will have stewards along the way.
The prizes for each category can be seen on our Social Media pages.
Elm Court Service Station in Ballyneety is stocking the 25th Anniversary edition of “The Green and White” magazine, which features a piece written by Liam O Brien, of “Cuimhnigh ar Luimneach Face Book” page, showing Joe Mc Kenna, on the National Hurling League Final of 1984. There are also photos inside of Barry Nash and Paula Donnelly. Also for sale is Limerick’s James Ryan book for all our young athletes called “Sure Tog out anyway”, some 1973 Retro limited edition number plates will be back in stock next Thursday, so get any of the above for Christmas before they are all gone.