An investigation is underway after a hurling wall at a Limerick GAA club was vandalised in recent days.
The Graffiti – at Claughaun GAA complex – was discovered last Tuesday – the first day that pitches were allowed to reopen following lockdown.
“This is beyond an insult to the hard work undertaken by our volunteers in fundraising for this facility and a show of complete disregard for the person who had to rectify it,” read a post on the club’s social media which highlighted the incident.
“CCTV was in operation at a number of points within the grounds and we are confident that those responsible will be caught,” it added.
Gardai have been informed of the incident.