Claughaun GAA Club Notes
INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL: The Football match v Bruff on Saturday 13th July was postponed until further notice.
INTERMEDIATE HURLING: The hurlers were in action on Wednesday 10th July v Knockaderry. The team battled well to earn a solid victory. They next play Newcastle West on Thursday 18th July.
MINOR HURLING: St. Michael’s game v Moroe Boher was cancelled due to the County Limerick Minor hurling team having training on the night the game was scheduled play the next round of the City East Minor Hurling Championship v Cappamore on Friday 12th July. Throw-in at 7.30pm in Claughaun. All support for the team on the night is greatly appreciated.
U-16 HURLING: The team are in action v Cois Laoi Gaels on Thursday, 18th July at 7.30pm. Please come and support the team
U-14 HURLING: The team play Castletown Ballyagran on wednesday 17th July at 7.30pm. All support greatly welcomed.
U-14 FOOTBALL: The U-14 Football Team played Shamrock Gaels on Wednesday 10th July. A great performance saw the team run out winners, with the final score Claughaun 2-09; Shamrock Gaels 2-02
CÚL CAMP: This year’s Cúl Camp took place from 8th-12th July and was a great success. Claughaun would like to congratulate all who tok part
LOTTO: Last weeks jackpot of €7,600 wasn’t won. Numbers drawn were 5, 8, 16, 22. This weeks jackpot is €7,700. You can play your numbers online at www.locallotto.ie sign up for 52 draws, get 4 free. Or 26 draws and get 2 draws free.
CLAUGHAUN GOLF CLASIC: Claughaun are delighted to announce details of a golf classic held in association with Milford Care Centre. The classic will take place on the weekend of the 16th & 17th August 2013.
Tee times for Friday 16th are from 2pm to 5pm, while Saturday 17th is from 9am to 12pm & 1.30pm to 4pm.
Entry fee of €100 per team of four players (€25 per player). All entry fees must be paid in advance.
Valuable prizes for first six teams, as well as prizes for Longest Drive & Nearest to the Pin. Presentation of prizes will take place in Claughaun GAA Club on Saturday 17th August at 9pm
Contact, Pat O’Sullivan: 086 409 2480, Paddy O’Dwyer: 086 894 3336. e-mail: [email protected]
CHRISTY MANNIX R.I.P. It is with regret that we inform you of the passing of Christy Mannix
– Emma Villa, Ashbrook, Ennis Road, late of Aer Lingus & Claughaun GAA.
A distinguished player & officer with Claughaun GAA over many years, Christy served as both secretary & chairman on two different occasions. He was captain of 1st Claughaun
juvenile hurling team ever to win a City Championship in 1940.
In 1944 Chr…isty was the only Limerick representative on the Munster Colleges Interprovincial hurling championship team.
In 1946-1948 Christy served as secretary of Limerick City Board. He won Munster Junior Football medal in 1950 after playing with his club in a county junior hurling final v Dromard Rathkeale.
He also served as secretary of Limerick Handball board for 8 years in 1950’s, won a county senior football medal with Clochan in 1955. In the 1957 senior county hurling final v St Pats
Christy missed out due to injury, in what became known as the famous ‘Johnny Foley’ final, which Claughaun won. Christy did play right corner back in 1958 senior county hurling final
v Cappamore which Claughaun were also successful.
Survived by wife Annette, daughters Thecla, Mary, Toni, Aileen sisters Maisie and Helen, sons in law, grandchildren
Ar dheis De go raibh a anam dilis.
Junior B tournament
Congratulations to our Junior B team on winning the Knockane hurling tournament last weekend for the second year running.
Well done from Doon GAA Club to all involved on last Sunday’s Munster Senior Hurling Final victory. It was a great day for the county.
Special best wishes to Limerick’s minor team, including our Doon players, in their upcoming replay against Waterford for the Munster title.
Brian Butler Cup semi-final
It was a great display and an emphatic victory for our Junior A team last Monday evening (8th July) in their Brian Butler cup semi-final victory over Murroe Boher.
Even playing right into the strong sun in the first half, Doon had 2 goals and 17 points scored, with very few wides recorded. At the 30 minutes, Murroe Boher’s tally was just 2 points. Doon used the second half to give a run to their full quota of substitutes and each made their mark. We added 2-8 to our overall score and our opponents gained 4 points. Final score Doon 4-25 Murroe Boher 0-6. We now meet Ahane in the final of the Brian Butler Cup as they overcame Fedamore in the other semi.
Doon team & scorers – Derek Ryan, Jack Hayes, Tom Murphy, Arthur Crowe, Patrick Cummins (0-1), Eamonn Stapleton, Jack Cummins, James O’Brien, Jason Ryan (1-2), Daniel Quirke (0-1), Bernard Crowe (0-3), Tony Joe Berekery (0-6), Dylan O’Dwyer (0-2), Don Anderson (1-2), Shane O’Connell (1-3)
Subs – Diarmuid Cummins, Shane McKenna (1-4), Cian McNamara, Luke Treacy, Raymond Ryan (0-1)
Doon GAA weekly lotto
Lotto results from Monday 8th July 2013. Jackpot €11,000. Numbers drawn 1 – 18 – 24 – 26. No winner. 3 Match 3 got €70 each – Tommy O’Connor, Mullally Lawn; Bridie Ryan, Main Street; Ml Butler, Bahagha.
10 Lucky Dips got €20 each – Katherine English, Croughmorka;
Nora Collins, c/o Ed; Marcella Dunne, Mullingar, Co Westmeath; Jim Ryan (B), Oola; Lucy Kelly, Banagher, Co Offaly; Gretchen Shea, Banagher, Co Offaly; Ann Hayes, Lough Gur; Noah Ryan, Bilboa; Barry Murphy, c/o Ed; Donie Ryan (G), Cooga, Doon.
If you are unable to meet our regular ticket sellers, you can subscribe online to our Lotto for 6 or 12 months. Visit www.doon.limerick.gaa.ie for further details.
Supporters Text Service
If you would like to receive match alerts for Doon GAA Club this year, please text your name and mobile number to (087) 9387755 and we will keep you informed on upcoming games and their dates, times & venues. For full details of all the club’s fixtures and match reports visit our website www.doon.limerick.gaa.ie and Facebook page – Doon G.A.A.
Hospital Herbertstown GAA
Congratulations to Aaron Murphy and all the Limerick team on their historic Munster victory.
Bord na nOg:
U 6 and 8 training on Thursday from 6 to 7 all welcome. The Kelloggs Cul Camp was held in Hospital GAA field last week where about 60 kids from 6 to 13 in glorious sunshine enjoyed a week of hurling,football and camogie. This was an excellent camp for all and huge thanks to cul camp coaches Keith O’Connor,Aaron Murphy, Niamh Hickey and jag. Thanks also to camp head James Ryan for all their work and help during the week. Huge thanks also to our club camp coordinator William Fox who had done great work in organising the camp and all the work he did during week of camp.All our club gear has been given out now and players and coaches are looking well in new gear. Anyone who is looking for gear tops etc please contact Ann Maire.
The footballers were doubly engaged this week in City and All county league action.
First up was the City championship versus Mungret.
This was a close affair by two evenly matched sides with Mungret edging it by a point in the end on a scoreline of 2-07 to 1-09.
On Saturday night they were back in action in the Intermediate county league versus Athea.
This was again a very close affair but thankfully this time we came out on the right side of the result.
Some impressive play from the team and especially Cian Coady at midfield and Eoin Hogan at corner forward.
Super sub Kieran Daly providing the all important winning goal.
Team: Brendan Donnelly, Pat Gleeson, Daragh Kennedy, Alan Finnegan, Mark Buckley, Kevin Nolan, Ciaran Ryan, Cian Coady, Robert Sheehan, Ronan Mckenna, Mike Roberts, Brian Shannon, Eoin Hogan, Davy Dalton, Jamie Bromwell.
Subs: Kieran Daly, Gordon Brown
Final score: Na Piarsaigh 2-12 Athea 2-11
A massive congratulations to Limerick Senior Hurlers on winning the Munster title.
Well done to David Breen, Shane Dowling, Kevin Downes, Cathal King and Alan Dempsey all playing their part in this wonderful victory.
It was also a great performance from the Limerick minor hurlers and particularly our trio of David Dempsey, Ronan Lynch and Championship debutant Michael Casey. We wish them well in the replay.
Congratulations also to Rachel Murray, Adam McNamara and Ross McGoey who all played in the Primary game during the half time interval.
There were two winners in the Limerick Development draw for the club for Niall Mullane and Mick Brosnan. Next draw to be held in Dromcollogher on August 9th.
A special thank you to all our volunteers who were on duty for both the Munster final and also the very successful two weeks of our summer camp in the club.
The lotto jackpot is still going strong and no winner was sold for the €13,500 pot.
The numbers drawn were 01, 07, 25 and 27.
Lucky dip winners were Caoimhe Breathnach, Gerry Corcoran, John Kennedy and Declan Moloney.
Sellers prize went to Lynn Kelly and Eddie Grimes took the door prize.
Next weeks jackpot now €13,600.
Oola GAA Notes
The Oola Gathering
This weekend the Oola Gathering takes place on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, we will have a Gathering Tea Party in the Community Centre starting at 8pm. Tickets are €15 and are available from members of the GAA Club, the ICA, the Community Council or the Defibrillator Support Group. Following the meal, entertainment will be provided by the Glenside Ramblers. There will also be a full bar.
On Sunday afternoon, also in the Community Centre, there will be an exhibition of photographs and newspaper articles depicting life in Oola over the past hundred years.
Admission is free and the exhibition will be open from 2.30pm.
Please come along and enjoy both of these events
East Football Championship
The intermediates faced a strong Pallasgreen team in the East Championship last Tuesday evening in Cappamore. Played in extremely difficult conditions the game finished 1-9 a piece. Pallasgreen held a lead of five points at the end of the first half but credit to Oola for staging a good comeback in the second half. Oola’s goal came from the penalty spot courtesy of Conor Ryan Minor. In the end a draw was a fair result. Team lined out as follows:
Kevin Nolan, Don Anderson, Padraig Ryan, Shane Whelan, Raymond Ryan, Eoin Fitzgibbon, James Power, Darragh Stapleton, Conor Ryan Minor, Gavin Hueston, Joey Shanahan, , Denis Moloney, David O Donvan, Brian Fenton, Kevin O Donovan, Pat Ryan Minor, John O Grady
The U14s had a comfortable win over Pallasgreen in the latest round of the championship played in Pallasgreen last Wednesday night. Our next match is a tough encounter vs Galbally. All players are requested to continue to make training
Kellogg’s Cúl Camp GAA Summer Camp
The Kellogg’s Cúl Camp GAA Summer Camp took place in Oola last week. Many thanks to all those who made it such an enjoyable week.
Lucozade club crusade
The club are collecting caps from bottles of Lucozade Sport & Lucozade Sport Light. The club crusade is offering sport clubs free equipment and clothing in exchange for Lucozade Sport bottle caps. We are looking for people to keep any of the caps that they might have. Anyone who has any can pass them onto any member of Management of the various teams.
As we continue to upgrade the website we are seeking any relevant material to put up on it. If you have anything please forward it onto [email protected]
Club Text messaging service
Anyone looking to be placed on the club text messaging list to receive information on matches, fundraising activities and other events, please text your name to 085 – 8515863
Well done to the Limerick Minors hurlers on staggin a great comeback against Waterford in the Munster Final on Sunday. Well done especially to the Doon players on the panel Eoghan, Stephen, Dean, Pat vice captain Darragh and captain Richie. Very best of luck in the replay which is due to take place Tuesday 23rd July
Pallasgreen GAA club
Congratulations to Colin Ryan on his heroic performance today for the Limerick Minors in their draw with Waterford in the Munster Hurling final. With Limerick winning the senior final, hopefully our Minors can emulate them in the replay, and make it a double this year. Well done to the Limerick Senior Hurlers on their good win in the Munster final against Cork
Well done to Colm McMahon who represented Limerick today also, in the Primary Schools exhibition match which took place at half time between Cork and Limerick.
Finally, well done to Alan Cosgrave who was selected to play for Limerick U-16 footballers in both their matches over the weekend. Unfortunately the team wasn’t successful in their pursuit of Munster glory, but the experience will stand well to Alan, and we look forward to seeing him represent Limerick again in the future.
2) Pallasgreen Bingo.
Pallasgreen GAA Bingo is held every Wednesday in Pallasgreen Community Centre at 8.30pm. Please support by coming along and taking part.
3) Club Lotto.
Club Lotto July 8 – No winner. Numbers drawn 3-8-21-26. Next weeks jackpot €7,100. Tickets cost €2 each and are available from local business. Please support your club. Lucky Dip Winner €25 each:
1. Michael McEnery
2. Margaret O’Dea
3. Michael Hayes, Claughdreen.
4. Nicole Gammell
5. Tony McMahon
The winner of the €100 voucher for O’Dwyer Oil was Mickey Nelligan.
4) Club Fixtures.
Our Senior Footballers took to the field on Tuesday night in a combined East Championship/ All County League game against our neighbours Oola. In the first half Pallasgreen made strong use of limited ball to race into a seven points to two lead, with Seamus Mulcahy and Kevin Barry the strongest performers. However in the second half, Oola were much more accurate with the boot, and despite a bravely taken goal by Mike Moloney, who beat an onrushing goalkeeper to fist his score, they were able to peg Pallasgreen back, and with almost the last kick of the game score the point which drew the game. Final score was 1-9 to both teams. Scorers were:
Kevin Barry 0-4 (all frees), Mike Moloney 1-0, Seamus Mulcahy 0-2, Tony McMahon, Chris McMahon and Lorcan O’Dwyer all a point.
Thursday and Saturday saw Pallasgreen Junior Hurlers take part in the Knockane Junior hurling tournament. First up was the game against Ballybricken/Bohermore. The first half saw Ballybricken play much the better hurling, but the scores were close at half time 1-3 to 0-3 in favour of Ballybricken. A positional swap moving John Kirby to centre forward for the second half saw Pallasgreen play much better hurling in the second half, and taking the lead for long periods. However Ballybricken were not to be thwarted and a late goal saw them take the lead they wouldn’t relinquish winning 3-6 to 1-11.
This meant that Pallasgreen played the hosts, Knockane, in the B final on Saturday evening. It was a well fought and tight match, however Pallasgreen were always in control, coming in at half time leading by 1-4 to five points, with a well taken goal by Darren Roche again being the highlight. In the second half Pallasgreen extended their lead early on and never looked back, winning the game in the end by 1-11 to eight points.
Our thanks go to Knockane GAA club for inviting us to the tournament and all the hard work that went into preparing the ground and clubhouse for the weekend.
5) Juvenile Club news.
The new season’s training and matches are well under way. New members are always welcome. Hurling Training for U6, U8 & U10 every Wednesday evening at 6.30pm. Football Training for U6, U8 & U10 every Sunday morning at 11am. For information on training for U12, U14, U16 contact 087-2755690.
Pallasgreen GAA are hosting their Kellogs GAA Cul Camp this week in the GAA field in Pallas. With over ninety young kids taking part this year, and with the good weather keeping up, there are many new skills being learned and old ones honed. Well done to all who are taking part.
6) All Ireland Semi-Final tickets.
All members wishing to book tickets for the All-Ireland semi-final should contact club secretary, David McGuinness, on (087)2677674 before Friday, July 26. Further information regarding ticket availability will be forwarded to members as it becomes available to the club.