Glenroe GAA club is situated in South County Limerick between Ballylanders and Kilfinnane. Hurling in Glenroe has been played well before the birth of the GAA. At present it competes at intermediate level in Limerick hurling competitions, and caters from this age group down to boys and girls at under-8 level. The club is going through a vibrant period at the moment. The intermediate hurlers are a relatively young side with a sprinkling of players who have represented Limerick at inter-county level. While at Bórd na n-Óg level, there is a new spirit amongst the teams as they are once again competing with the best for honours at South Limerick and county level.
Annual registration is now due and can be paid to Steve Farrell or any committee member.
Non players & Players €30.
Students & OAPS €15.
All membership must be paid on or before March 1st.
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Club Awards of the Year 2016
At the recent AGM, the following awards were announced:
Player of the Year: Steve Walsh
Players' Player of the Year: Mark O'Connell
Junior B Player of the Year: TJ Coffey
Clubman of the Year: Diarmuid Coffey
Under-21 Player of the Year: Brian O'Connell
Minor Hurler of the Year: Padraig McGrath
The following officers for 2017 were elected at the AGM:
Chairman: Jim Hickey
Secretary: Julie Carroll
Assistant-Secretary: Colette Frewan
Treasurer: Liam O'Connell
Assistant-Treasurer: Pajo McCarthy
PRO: Danny Murphy
Assistant-PRO: Georgina O'Brien
Registrar: Veronica O'Farrell
Irish Cultural Officer; TJ Coffey
Membership Officer: Steve Farrell
Insurance Officer: Ned O'Donnell
Intermediate Hurlers Reach County Final
Glenroe 2-19, Granagh-Ballingarry 3-14
Saturday 7th Oct in Kilmallock
Under-16 County Champions 2017
Bórd na n-Óg Fundraisers
GUESS THE SCORE WINNER
The final score of the Munster championship game was: Limerick 2-16, Clare 3-17.
As nobody had this scoreline, the nearest score was deemed the winner.
The score chosen was: Limerick 1-18, Clare 3-17. This line was bought by Eamonn McCarthy.
Congratulations Eamonn. €200 is on its way to you.
Well done to all of the walkers, runners and helpers in our Run/Walk from Glenroe to Ballylanders.
Arising out of this, Glenroe Bórd na n-Óg have donated €200 to Milford Hospice
Under-14 hurlers receive their county medals from Shane Dowling (Na Piarsaigh and Limerick)
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