Crecora Sept 21

CRECORA CAMOGIE: Two buses of underage players and parents headed to Croke Park last Sunday to support our County Team in the All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie final. Unfortunately it was not Limerick’s day and the silverware headed west of the Shannon. We were all very proud of our team who suffered only their first defeat of the season. While it was very disappointing to fall at the final fence, it was a great match and our young girls learnt a lot about what it takes to compete at the highest level. We are all extremely grateful to the team for affording us the opportunity to go to Croke Park. Sincere thanks to Ethel and Siobhan for organising the trip and looking after all of us. Thankfully, the stop at Supermacs on the way home helped to ease the pain of defeat.

CRECORA CAMOGIE: Two buses of underage players and parents headed to Croke Park last Sunday to support our County Team in the All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie final. Unfortunately it was not Limerick’s day and the silverware headed west of the Shannon. We were all very proud of our team who suffered only their first defeat of the season. While it was very disappointing to fall at the final fence, it was a great match and our young girls learnt a lot about what it takes to compete at the highest level. We are all extremely grateful to the team for affording us the opportunity to go to Croke Park. Sincere thanks to Ethel and Siobhan for organising the trip and looking after all of us. Thankfully, the stop at Supermacs on the way home helped to ease the pain of defeat.

Earlier in the week, our U10s got a great surprise when County hurler, Paul Browne dropped into training to offer advice, answer questions and sign autographs. The girls were delighted to meet a senior star, and we are very grateful to Paul for his time. Check out our Facebook Page “Crecora Camogie Official”

PATRICKSWELL POP-UP SHOP: Our neighbours in Patrickswell will open a Pop-Up Shop on Saturday 28th September in aid of Fr. Derek Leonard’s Mission in Peru and St Joseph’s Orphanage in Romania. Everything from a needle to an anchor will be for sale, and all items will be in mint condition, with bargains for all ages. The premises have been kindly made available for by John Leddin. The shop will open at 10am, with tea, coffee and cakes available. Raffle tickets will also be on sale, so please come along for a shopping experience with a difference.