U6s, U8s & U10s in full swing.. Training each Saturday morning at 10am.
Glin GAA club are delighted to announce that the Pat Martin Memorial Gaelic football tournament will take place on Friday, June 1st at Glin GAA field.
The Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camp will take place in Coolcappa from Monday 2nd July to Friday 6th July from 10am to 2.30pm.
There were big wins for Monaghan and Fermanagh in the Ulster SFC over the while both Tipperary and Clare cleared quarter-final hurdles in Munster…
Limerick and Cork enjoyed winning starts to the Munster SHC while Kilkenny and Wexford edged out Offaly and Dublin respectively…
Patrickswell climbed to the top of the All County Hurling League with a comfortable 3-17 to 0-16 victory over Kilmallock.
We wish our bar manager Barry O Regan the very best of luck as he moves on to pastures new.
Twitter saluted Conor McManus' wonder point against Tyrone...
Junior West League Result Wednesday 16th May;
Limerick GAA has issued a statement responding to criticism levelled by senior football manager Billy Lee.
"We'll enjoy today but all it does is get us into the next round. We'll keep the head down and wait for two weeks' time."
"It's early doors. This is only round one. We'll have to go back to the drawing board again and look at that game."
We split both panels to make two U8 teams and two U10 teams who took part in challenge matches against our Tipperary neighbours.
In Galbally village, the Tipperary border lies at the speed limit as you exit the village, adjacent to the former residence of the late GAA stalwart Padraig S O'Riain.
CITY JUNIOR A FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Kildimo/Pallaskenry 1-08 Monaleen 3-13.
Our 12 Hurlers performed very well against Pallasgreen in the sunshine in Rhebogue.Great to see the teams continued hard work in training pay off, thanks to Chris and Sean Mortell.
CLUB LOTTO: No winner, numbers drawn were 2, 9, 13, 16.
Limerick finished strongly in the rain to claim a deserved 1-23 to 2-14 victory over Tipperary at the Gaelic Grounds.
John Kiely believes Limerick were full value for their six-point Munster SHC victory over Tipperary.
Ardscoil Ris starlet Cathal O'Neill fired 0-10 - 0-6 from play - as Limerick came from behind to make a winning start to their Munster MHC campaign at Tipperary's expense at the Gaelic Grounds.
Limerick football manager Billy Lee considered giving Clare a walkover in last night's Munster SFC quarter-final after an administration error forced him to leave a player out of his plans.
There was action in three of the provinces this afternoon.
For the fourth year running, Clare have eliminated Limerick from the Munster senior football championship - 1-23 to 0-14 the final score tonight at the Gaelic Grounds.
Three provincial SFC quarter-finals went down for decision this evening, including action in both Ulster and Munster.
Limerick boss Billy Lee has included five newcomers in his team to face Clare in the Munster SFC quarter-final at the Gaelic Grounds this evening.
Limerick will have to line out in tomorrow's Munster MHC opener without their captain Kyran O'Donnell.
Securing promotion in the league has given the Limerick hurlers 'a lot of confidence' going into the championship, according to captain Declan Hannon.
Seamus Callanan will start on the bench for Tipperary in their Munster SHC opener against Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday.
Aaron Gillane and Seamus Flanagan will make their championship debuts for Limerick when they meet Tipperary in their Munster SHC opener at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday.
A younger brother of captain Gary, Cillian Brennan is among five championship debutants in the Clare team named to face Limerick.
Laois' incredible comeback victory over Wexford on Saturday captured the imagination. It was the best recovery of the GAA season to date, but far from the only one…
The Munster senior football championship commences on Saturday evening while up north things really heat up when Anglo-Celt Cup holders Tyrone open their defence against Monaghan on Sunday. Here are our previews for the weekend:
Limerick manager Bill Lee feels that if they can stick with Clare until the final quarter of their Munster SFC clash this weekend, then they have a great chance of causing an upset.
This weekend sees Ulster Gaels living in the six counties get one over their counterparts in the Republic.
The eagerly awaited and newly formatted Munster senior hurling championship gets underway this weekend, while it's Round 2 in the race for the Bob O'Keeffe Cup. Here are our previews:
Arguably the most eulogised showpiece event in Irish sport, the Munster final, will go ahead on July 1st once more, preceded by 10 clashes between some of the best hurling sides in the country.
Limerick captain Declan Hannon believes that the side have grown on confidence since John Kiely came on board as manager.
Clare joint manager Gerry O'Connor says this year's Munster hurling championship could be decided in ice baths and plunge pools and away from the playing fields.