Busy times for Aaron Gillane

Aaron Gillane, extreme left in back row, with Creeves Celtic at the weekend.

MULTI-TALENTED Aaron Gillane came off the bench to net the winner for Creeves Celtic in their weekend 2-1 Desmond League Premier Division win at Glin Rovers.

The victory ensures that Creeves are now unbeaten in two starts.

Just 48-hours earlier, Patrickswell ace Gillane picked-up his richly-deserved Hurler of the Year, and All-Star Award, accolade in Dublin.

On Limerick’s current winning streak, Gillane commented: “One thing I can guarantee you is that you do not get sick of winning anything.”

After his impressive showing for Creeves, Gillane – along with partner, Limerick football captain Róisín Ambrose – was among the guest at the switching-on of the Annual Charity Christmas Lights at Hayes’, Shanagolden.

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Aaron Gillane, Cormac Hayes, Mary Hayes and Róisín Ambrose at the Hayes’ Lights Shanagolden.

Busy Gillane and Ambrose were also in attendance at the Ladies Gaelic Football Awards on Saturday.