Cappamore GAA Leader Notes

U21 hurlers were due out for the second round of the east championship February 24 but received a walkover from South Liberties.

U14 hurlers got off to a winning start in the first round of the Féile on Sunday 25 February against Pallasgreen.
Cappamore started strongly and led by 1-3 to no score at half time with the goal coming from Mikey Fitzgibbon following a fine run. The second half was a more even affair with scores from Cappamore found hard to come by. Another goal by Mikey Fitzgibbon ensured the win for the boys aided by some stout defending led by Arron Roulstan.
Final score, Cappamore 2-5 Pallasgreen 1-3.

Scorers M.Fitzgibbon 2-3, S.Hayes 0-1(f), J.Smith 0-1.

Thanks to team Manager Con Hayes for match report.


Draw held on February 19 for Jackpot of €14800

Winning Numbers: 2,3,13,14.

There was no winner, 10 lucky dip winners were:
Philip Ryan, Murroe; Darren Kennedy, Mullally Lawn; Lisa Campbell, Cappamore; Maura McKenna, c/o Andrew O’ Malley; Ger Mason, Towerhill; Jody O’ Carroll; Maggie Lyons, Caherconlish; Ann Holmes, Doon Road; Josephine O’ Donoghue; Eileen Younger, c/o Ger Lynch.

Next weeks jackpot €15000

Next weeks draw in Neighbours Bar on Monday February 26.

Leader GAA Notes

Minister O’Donavan visited our club facilities Monday 19th February where we are developing a new training pitch and hurling wall. He will be officially awarding Cappamore GAA club with an allocation of the Sports Capital grant.

U21 East Championship
Ballybricken Bohermore 2 – 16
Cappamore 1 — 07
A poor start to the U21 championship for cappamore. Ballybricken were the better side in the first half, capitalising on a slow start by Cappamore.
Cappamores free count was poor, as Ballybricken converted 10 points from frees from their 1 — 13 score line by half time.
Half time score Ballybricken 1 — 13 Cappamore 0 — 02. The second half was a much-improved performance from Cappamore scoring 1 — 5 to Ballybrickens 1 — 03.

Cappamore are out again next weekend this time at home to South Liberises.

Congratulations to Liam Cronins Ard scoil Ris who powered home to a Harty Cup final win. Ardscoil Rís 3-18 Midleton CBS 2-10
It was a 5th Harty Cup for the Limerick City team managed by Liam.