SOUTH LIBERTIES GAA CLUB NOTES
Our Féile Footballers produced some class performances last Saturday in both Ballysteen and Askeaton but fell short to qualify for the semi. They started slow in their opening game and lost out to Monagea. They went on to win their next 3 matches showing great determination. Monagea went to win this divisional final, but we have great hopes for this group of talented footballers for the future. Despite missing players on the day, some U13 boys stood up to the mark. We have 2 boys in this group who are on the County U15 panel in Sean Holland and Conor Ryan who were outstanding on the day.
Congratulations to Brian Ryan who was named the DCU Dóchas Éireann GAA Club Fitzgibbon Hurler of the Year last week citing Brian as giving assured defensive displays all year and often chipping in on the scoreboard. Very well done Brian.
National Club Draw Tickets
Tickets for the GAA National Club draw are available locally in shops and pubs. You can also purchase online on our website or contact any club committee member. Tickets are only €10, with top prize of a Dacia Duster car, and tickets to the All-Ireland Hurling and Football finals with overnight stays in Dublin.
If you haven’t paid your membership for 2022, please so do now on our website or click on the blue Sign up button on the top of our Facebook page. Remember if you are not registered you cannot play and you are not insured.
Last week again we had 4 members winning the Lucky Dip, and Michael Lynch was presented with his winning prize of €2,900 in The Cat’s Cradle. Log onto our website, buy your ticket in our local shops and pubs or contact Brid on 0976265331.
Massive congratulations to all the Limerick County teams last weekend. Billy Lee and his Football team on a great win V Laois, the Limerick Ladies Footballers on their win V Fermanagh and are now into the Div 4 All Ireland League Final V Offaly and our Hurlers on their superb win over Offaly. Barry Nash was outstanding yet again and pulled off a classic goal despite playing in corner back. Barry yet again is proving he can play in any position on the pitch