SOUTH LIBERTIES GAA CLUB NOTES
Our Spring Academy 2022 began with a flurry of activity last Friday evening. We had big numbers for our U7 group who wallowed at being back on the pitch with their friends.
Our U9 and U11 group, doffed their helmets and hurleys, for an S&C session with Justin Daly (of Daly Flags and Hurleys Kildimo/Pallaskenry) and many thanks to Brian Foley for organising this.
Justin will be doing another session with our U13/15/17 players on the February 18th session.
U7’S (Born 2015/2016) & U9’S (Born 2013/2014) 6pm to 6.45pm
U11’S (Born 2011/2012) 7.05pm to 7.50pm
U13’S (Born 2009/2010) 8.00pm to 8.50pm
U15’S (Born 2007/2008) & U17’S (Born 2005/2006) 9.00pm to 9.45pm
As always, our Club shop is open every Friday and we are thankful for all the support. As always, we can never have enough volunteers so if anyone is willing to help our please make yourself known to our committee.
With the return to training at all levels, it is now vital to pay membership for 2022. Anyone not registered by March 31st will not be covered for Insurance and will not be allowed to play any challenge or competitive games. Membership can be paid online through our website – southlibertiesgaaclub.com, click on the blue “Sign Up” button at the top of our Facebook page or click on our BIO on Instagram.
Membership rates have not changed and are as follows:
Family Membership (Parents and underage/student (in full time education) €130
Adult Player €70
Underage Player €50
Adult Supporter €50
Adult Supporter Retired €30
Walking Track Social Member €30
Please note: In the event of a Draw for Match tickets for Munster or All Ireland Championship matches, priority will be given to those who have paid by March 31st.
All players must pay membership – Remember if you are not a paid-up member, you are not covered for insurance.
Congratulations to Billy Lee and the Limerick Footballers on their fantastic 2nd round win over Antrim in the Allianz FL Div 3 on a score-line of 2-09 to 0-11. Hard luck to our hurlers who lost out to Wexford in their opening round game in Wexford Park. Limerick hit 18 wides, but its early days yet and we can be proud to say the Barry Nash had an outstanding game.
Limerick GAA Referee Recruitment.
Are you interested in becoming a referee? Think you can do better? Then “Put your whistle where your mouth is” and “Become a GAA Referee”!
Why Become a GAA Referee?
•Stay involved with the game as an alternative to playing
•Fitness – It is a great way to keep fit
•Ambition – could you referee a County Final or even an All-Ireland?
•Learn more about the game •Give Something Back – offers players, at the end of their playing days, the opportunity to continue in the sport •Personal Development – helps to develop personal skills that are of value in all walks of life
What qualities are required to become a GAA Referee?
•Good knowledge of the playing rules
•Be physically and mentally fit
•Have the ability to remain calm
•Have the moral courage to take decisions which are correct.
If interested, please forward your details to. A.S.A.P so courses can be scheduled.
Patsy Coffey. 087 9160344.
Mike Sexton. 087 9188375.
Don’t forget to join the Limerick Draw for 2022 to be in with a chance of winning some great cash prizes and many more. Check out https://clublimerick.ie/draw/