So far in the Championship we have defeated Ballylanders in Round 1 on a scoreline of 1-15 to 0-09 and then in round 2 we lost to Na Pairsaigh on a scoreline of 2-14 to 1-13
Glin GAA is proud to announce two very special events taking place in the village during August. On Saturday, August 13th
Fr. Casey's GAA Club have a busy weekend to look forward to with the senior, minor and junior teams all seeing championship action.
The minor footballers suffered their first defeat of the campaign with a disappointing loss at the hands of the Childers Road
Limerick G.A.A. Week Results
LOTTO: There was no winner of last week's jackpot of €11,800 which was drawn on 21/07/2016.
SENIOR HURLERS: The Senior Hurlers were unable to fulfil the All-County Hurling League match against Na Piarsaigh, but Patrickswell remain top of the table and will contest the League Final in due course.
Our senior footballers were in All County League action during the week when they entertained Ballysteen.
Well done to Cappamore who beat Sean Tracey's in the Sean O'Donoghue memorial cup 2016.
The GAA and Gaelic Players Association have announced details of a new deal worth €6.2m per year that includes a number of significant increases in benefits for inter-county players.
DJ Daly Team flag IRL Pallaskenry Junior B football Championship
Our senior footballers played Ballysteen last Sunday evening in the county senior football league at Rhebogue.
Check out a round-up of the GAA topics that were trending on Twitter over the weekend...
"There is more important things in life than sport."
Brian Ryan struck for 0-10 as Limerick advanced into the semi-finals of the All-Ireland minor hurling championship at the expense of Wexford this afternoon.
There are three crucial championship games this weekend.
Limerick minor manager Pat Donnelly believes that the chance to play in Croke Park should be enough motivation for his charges ahead of their All-Ireland MHC quarterfinal against Wexford.
The GAA could be set to go down the road of paying its elite referees.
On Tuesday 12th July, Fr. Casey's minor football team played Rathkeale in the second round of the county championship in Abbeyfeale.
Limerick's 2016 campaign came to a disappointing end with a 3-17 to 1-9 defeat away to Cork in the final round of the group stages.