Apr 20

John Harrold

Reporter:

John Harrold

RAMBLING HOUSE: Following on the success of the first one, the next Rambling House will be held on the first Friday in May, i.e. May 3rd.

RAMBLING HOUSE: Following on the success of the first one, the next Rambling House will be held on the first Friday in May, i.e. May 3rd.

GAA: Cycle/Walk/Run: Bruree GAA will hold a fun cycle/walk/run on Sunday, April 28th, to raise funds for the Senior and Juvenile Clubs. The emphasis will be on the fun and family element of the day and everyone is welcome to participate. The route will start at the sportsfield and will head on a circular route via the Pump Cross, Knockmore, Dromacommer, Clonbrien, the Forge Cross and Clogher back to the sportsfield. This is about 10k and the walkers and runners/joggers will complete one circuit with the cyclists completing two. Participants can supports the fundraising in one of two ways - by filling a sponsorship card or by paying a participation fee on the day. Sponsorship cards will be distributed to all club members and players. Anyone else wishing to secure sponsorship can obtain a card from Johnny Wall (087)1264592. On the day, cyclists are €10 (€15 for a family) and walkers/runners/joggers €5 (€10 for a family).

Players and club member now have sponsorship cards and we hope that you will be generous in your sponsorship of them.

Kerry Footballer, Dara O’Shea, will officially start the event at Bruree sportsfield and run with the participants.

RESULTS:

Junior B Hurling League

Bruree 3-17 Camogue Rovers 0-09.

Membership: Your membership subscription for this year is now due. Adult membership is only €20. Please pay Johnny Wall, John O’Brien or Vincent Stanton immediately so that you continue to enjoy the benefits of being a full member of Bruree GAA.

CAR BOOT SALE: The next car boot sale in aid of the Rockhill Bruree Sportsfield Development Committee will be held on Saturday, April 27th. The venue will once again be the ball alley next to the community centre right in the heart of the village. Sellers can set up from 8.00 am and the admission is €10 for cars or €15 for vans. The sale is open to the public from 10.00 am to 1.30 pm and admission is just €2 for adults. Children are admitted free. Tea and refreshments will be available. The March sale featured a wide variety of items on sale - fresh vegetables, jam, marmalade and honey, free range hen and duck eggs, fowl, footwear, home baking, mats and carpets, books and games, toys, planters and dog houses, burgers and hot dogs and a wide range of household and fancy goods.

SYMPATHY: We extend our sincere sympathy to the family, relatives and friends of Willie Edmonds, Charleville, Kitty Bracken, Kinnegad, Jack Ivory of Lisvernane, Galbally, and Imelda Carmody, Limerick, who died recently.

ROCKHILL ROVERS: Division 1 League Cup Champions: Yet again Rockhill Rovers have proven their status as a cup team with a hard fought win over a strong St. Ita’s side on Saturday night at Askeaton. In horrible conditions, both teams played some great football. It was a game with very few clear cut chances, with the Rockhill goal coming with 20 minutes to go. A corner kick swung in by Michael Thompson was met by Kieran O’Dea six yards out and he buried it in the back of the net. Rockhill could have doubled their lead when Michael Thompson lobbed the keeper from about 35 yards out, only for the goal to be ruled out for offside. To be fair St. Ita’s battled all the way through and it was a great game to watch. All of the Rockhill team played out of their skins, particularly Kieran O’Rourke who was a deserving Man of the Match winner with an unbelievable display. Thanks to all who turned out to support Rockhill on the night.

ST. PATRICK’S NATIONAL SCHOOL: Camogie: Congratulations to Lauren Corrigan, Katie Quirke and Kiara McCarthy who have been picked for the South Limerick Primary Schools team. A great achievement, girls!

Primary Game-Camogie: Well done to Lauren Corrigan who has been selected on the Cork Primary Game team. We look forward to a possible clash with Kiara or Katie later on this year!

South Limerick Primary Hurling Team: Sam Cronolly has been picked for the South Mackey Cup Team. Well done Sam.

Primary Schools Hurling League:

Fixtures:

Friday 12th April Bruree N.S. 2-4 Croom N.S. 2-3

April 19th Knocklong N.S. v Bruree N.S. 11:45 am

April 22nd Bruree N.S. v Ballygran N.S. 12:45 pm

April 29th Bruree N.S. v Kilfinnane N.S. 12:30 pm

May 1st Galbally N.S. v Bruree N.S. 10:30 am

The panel: Fergus Carey, Cathal Barrington, Sam Cronolly, Brian McCarthy, Fionnbarr Fitzpatrick, Sam Williams, Harry Mullane, John Sheehan, Peter Buckley, Frankie Barrington, Matthew Howard, James O’Shea, William Sexton, Sean Killeen, Ian Finn, Sean Frawley, Fionan O’Driscoll, Darragh Sexton, Sean Daly, Rory O’Gorman, Shane Hogan, Luke Kelly, Robert Lynch, Eoin Sheedy, Kayleigh Thompson, Barbara Moore, Chloe Kiely, Alannah Sheedy, Rachel Williams, Ciara McCarthy, Katie Quirke, Lauren Corrigan, Mary Murphy.

LOTTO: Lucky dip winners in last week’s Bruree GAA/Rockhill Rovers lotto draw were €50 Breda O’Donnell, Kilmallock €25 Frances Fitzgerald, Hospital, Kathleen O’Sullivan, c/o Mary Mullane €20 Moloney’s Bar Lotto, Brendan Deady, Effin, Gerard Flaherty, Manchester