Cappamore Leader Notes

Cappamore GAA & Camogie Club.

The green and Gold Weekly Lotto will start up again on the Mon 31 May. Please support this club by buying your weekly tickets. Huge congrats to Niamh Mulcahy and Aoibhe Rodahan, who made the Limerick Camogie County U16 team. Also to Muireann Creamer and Lisa Leonard who have been selected for the Limerick senior camogie panel. Congratulations girls and best wishes for 2021. What a great week for the club to see so many players being recognised for their skills and talent on the field.

Cappamore Library

The opening hours of the library: Monday – Closed. Tuesday – 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm. Wednesday – 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm. Thursday – 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm. Friday – 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm. Saturday – Closed

Sunday – Closed. Covid restrictions will apply.

Local hero.

Munster Wheelchair Hurling Camogie Club first captain of the Junior Players is our own Miss Sophie Keogh. This very stylish young lady is well able to talk-up for herself. She is quick off the mark when the ball is heading towards her and has an excellent shot at goal. She has the most pleasant disposition and if there was an “All-Star” for the Fanciest Hair Bows in the GAA, this young lady would be first up to the podium, every time! Well done Sophie.

Cappamore Celtic FC :

The Ladies have started to train this week for the new league starting in the Summer. If you are interested in joining the team as a player or just come along to training for fitness, please reach out to Helen at 087-9806118. To play you only have to be 16 years of age and be a team player. Best of luck to all in the new season, especially to the new managers Ger Griffin and Colin Naughton. Ger and Colin together will bring years of experiences and skills to the team. The fundraiser called CCFC Euro 2021 completion is open now to all and can get an entry form from Paul Blackwell at 087-7784381.

Helen Lundon