Clarina Feb 1

BALLYBROWN/CLARINA COMMUNITY GAMES: Art Boys & Girls U8,10,12 and14: Limerick County Community Games final, it’s on Saturday, February 1 in the Ballybrown GAA Club House and starts at 10am. The competition will take approximately 1 hour, paper will be provided but children will have to bring crayons, pencils etc. The theme for the competition is a sporting or community games based activity. All children going forward have been given a note in their schoolbags.

BALLYBROWN/CLARINA COMMUNITY GAMES: Art Boys & Girls U8,10,12 and14: Limerick County Community Games final, it’s on Saturday, February 1 in the Ballybrown GAA Club House and starts at 10am. The competition will take approximately 1 hour, paper will be provided but children will have to bring crayons, pencils etc. The theme for the competition is a sporting or community games based activity. All children going forward have been given a note in their schoolbags.

Handwriting Boys & Girls U10: Date has been set for the Limerick County Community Games final, it’s on Saturday, February 1 in the Ballybrown GAA Club House and starts at 10am. The competition will take approximately 1 hour. A note will be put in all qualifiers schoolbags this week.

Talent Competition: The Ballybrown/Clarina selection for the talent competition will take place on Saturday, February 1 in the Ballybrown GAA Club House, checking in at 5.00pm. All children looking to take part should be practicing at home with friends and family.

County Primary School Quiz: We will have a team going on to represent Ballybrown/Clarina. Competition will be held on Saturday, February 8, time & venue are yet to be confirmed. We will make contact in the near future with the children on the team.

Draughts: is back on in the Community Centre on Thursdays nights from 7-8pm. We have 4 teams going on to represent Ballybrown/Clarina in Limerick Community Games, 2 teams under 10 and 1 team each in U12 & U14.

KNOCKFIERNA: Minister for Arts, Culture & Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenehan, will visit Knockfierna at 2.30pm this Saturday, February1, to launch a guide brochure of Knockfierna. The guide shows famine roads and potato ridges, which are still intact since the famine of 1847. All are welcome for this very unique occasion. The afternoon will be followed by entertainment at the Rambling House.