SOUTH LIBERTIES GAA CLUB NOTES
The club would like to welcome the following new committee members for 2022.
Colin Moloney takes up the role of Club Secretary, with Ger Nash staying in the background for any help and advice needed. Also, thanks to Cronan Garry Jnr and Andrew Grimes, presently involved with the club at underage and always on hand for voluntary work with our club facilities. Cronan is our new Bord na Nóg Chairman and Andrew is our Bord na nÓg secretary. Best wishes to you all in your respective roles.
Club Limerick Draw
The 1st draw of the year took place last Saturday and South Liberties had a €100 winner in Erica Shanley. Anyone wishing to join in for the next draw Please contact Mary O Brien on 0862067312 or log onto club limerick.
Our Spring Academy finished last Friday night in Dooley Park. We want to thank all the players, parents, mentors, and voluntary committee for all the arduous work put in again and our players are reaping the benefits. We wish all our teams the absolute best of luck now as they kick off their season this week.
Congratulations again this week to our 3 club members who were drawn out of the lucky dip. Next weeks jackpot is €1300 so make sure to purchase your ticket to be in with a chance to win.
We extend massive congratulations to Billy Lee, his background team and panel on their fantastic performance last Sunday V Fermanagh, which now puts them promoted to division 2 in League Football for 2023. Wishing the best of luck to them now for next Saturdays Div 3 Final V Louth in Croke Park and also the Limerick Ladies footballers who contest the NFL Div 4 Final V Offaly in Birr on Sunday.
Congratulations also to our own Barry Nash, who was nominated in the hurling Team of the Week last week following his amazing performance for Limerick V Offaly in the last game of their League campaign for 2022.
Sincere condolences to Kathy Riordan and all the Holmes family and extended family, on the death of her brother Denis Holmes. Denis was hugely respected in GAA circles and held many a role within Limerick GAA down through the years. Denis was laid to rest last Sunday in Oola.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam uasal.