AGM 2021 Notice

To All Club Members
The Annual General Meeting of Cappamore GAA and Camogie Club is rescheduled for Sunday 12th December 2021. Due to current restrictions and the level of interest it has been decided to have a virtual AGM using TEAMS.

If you are interested in joining the AGM please email Bernie by Monday 6th December.

All paid up members are welcome to join

💚💛PLEASE NOTE Nominations and Motions must be received via email to the club Secretary no later than Saturday 13th November 2021. All positions are eligible to be filled. Please ensure that those you nominate intend to seek election. Please send your email address to Bernie at to receive your forms.

U21 County Hurling Champions

Cappamore crowned Limerick U21 A hurling champions with final win over Coshlea Gaels

CAPPAMORE won the Limerick U21 A hurling championship title this Friday evening.
The east Limerick men won the 8pm fixture under the floodlights of Doon with a 1-10 to 0-8 victory over Coshlea Gaels.
Cappamore built a 1-7 to 0-3 lead by half time and the Effin-Staker Wallace amalgamation couldn’t find a way back in the second half when they were backed by the elements.
Cappamore, captained by Ronan Hanly, had nine points from free-taker Liam O’Donnell as the bedrock for their victory.
Ruairi O’Connor opened the scoring for the south Limerick men but O’Donnell had a fine point from play in reply to level the game for the only time.
Three O’Donnell frees had the men in green and gold 0-4 to 0-1 clear on 10-minutes.
By the first half water break they were 0-5 to 0-2 clear with Patrick O’Donovan (free) on the mark for Coshlea Gaels and O’Donnell accounting for all Cappamore scores bar a fine score from on the sideline by Ultan Hogan. 
In the second quarter came the game’s only goal – Hanly soloed forward and when he laid-off to Mikey Fitzgibbon he crashed brilliantly to the net for a 1-7 to 0-2 lead and 27-minutes played.
Before half time O’Donovan (free) hit back but Cappamore were seven points clear at the break.
With the driving rain making conditions difficult for both sides, scores were at a premium in the second half.
Two O’Donovan points from play rallied Coshlea Gaels on the change of ends but they couldn’t sustain the fightback.
O’Donnell added further frees to
keep Coshlea Gaels at bay.
A Sean Canning point for the south Limerick men left it 1-9 to 0-7 entering the final quarter.
O’Donnell and O’Donovan exchanged frees in the final minutes but there was no denying Cappamore.

Credit: Jerome O’Connell – Limerick Leader

Monster Raffle Results

Fundraiser raffle for Milford Hospice & Cappamore GAA/Camogie

Draw took place Monday evening 23rd August 2021.

💚💛Milford Hospice and Cappamore GAA and Camogie Club draw💚💛

Results as follows.
1st prize Limeeick signed jersey goes to Pa Creamer Main st Cappamore
2nd prize Castletroy Park hotel voucher goes to Lisa English Doon
3rd prize Maldron Hotel voucher goes to Margaret Dillon Killuragh
4th prize Garden bench goes to John Berkery Shanacloone
5th prize Samsung phone goes to PJ Ryan Vora Kyle road

Monster Raffle

Fundraiser raffle for Milford Hospice & Cappamore GAA/Camogie

Draw is taking place Monday evening 23rd August 2021.

Entry €10 per ticket

1st Prize – Signed Limerick Jersey
2nd Prize – Castletroy Park Hotel voucher (Só Hotels)
3rd Prize – Maldron Hotel Voucher
4th Prize – Hand made Garden Bench
5th Prize – Galaxy A32 5G Phone

The Munster March

Fundraiser for Milford Hospice & Cappamore GAA/Camogie

After 13 days of walking and jogging the Munster Stadiums were lapped 62 times with a total of 28,981km

Thank you to our Runners/Joggers along with their group leaders, our donors, our fundraising committee and most importantly our valued sponsors.

If you haven’t already donated we are still open by clicking the donate links below.

The Munster March is a virtual 450km walk/run around each of the six Munster GAA grounds.  It can be undertaken by anyone from Cappamore or the wider community who would like to help with our cause.

As well as sending to your group we would appreciate if you could share your walk/run workout on your social media accounts and direct donations to this page.
For an example of what to share click here

Leader Board

It is hoped everyone in the locality will get involved.  As the Green and Gold Lotto has been suspended for the last number of months we envisage this to be our main fundraiser for the year. Monies raised will be put to good use for the ongoing development of the clubs' facilities.  We have decided to partner with Milford Care Centre to support the great work that they do.
All money raised will be split 50/50
This event will be run from the 23rd April to the 5th of May. Please participate, donate and share this webpage to your family and friends and support a good cause.

Let’s see who can clock up the most kilometers and raise the most money.
“United in the Parish, Rivals on the Road”!!

Juvenile BoysJosephine
Juvenile GirlsCarol
Senior LadiesBridget
Senior MenDeclan

20th March Virtual Quiz Results – week 4

Last week of the Covid Cirtual Quiz Series

1st Prize €230 voucher,
2nd Prize €60,
3rd Prize €40,

  1. Denis Leonard, Cappamore 32,600 points.
  2. Donal Coffey, Portumna 31,540 points.
  3. Jennifer Keogh, Castleknock 31360 points.
  4. Kevin Mac Carthy, Knockleigh 31,170 points.
  5. Marie Keating, Cappamore 31,080 points.
  6. Janet McGahon, Kinsale 30,880 points.
  7. Geraldine Carey, Newport 29830 points.
  8. Ben Leonard, Cappamore 29,580 points.
  9. Ignatius Walsh, Cappamore 29,540 points.
  10. Mark Boyle, Raheen 28,930 points.

Covid Quiz kindly Sponsored by Munster GPS

We had contestants from:
Limerick-Cappamore, Annacotty, Pallasgreen, Ahane, castletroy, Monagea, Abbeyfeale, Dooradoyle, Raheen, Ballylanders, Ballagh, Murroe, Lisnagry, Doon, Dromkeen, Oola
Cork- Whitescross, Bandon, Ballintemple, Kinsale, Skibereen.
Meath- Kells, Navan,
Kildare- Maynooth, Rath bride, Bray,
Kerry- Firies
Waterford- Knockanore, Dungarvan, Earls Court
Clare- Ennis
Sligo- Ballinfull, Ballisodare, Sligo
Dublin- Stillorgan, Castleknock, Dalriada, lucan, Blancherdstown, Hyde Park
Westmeath- Athlone, Mullingar
Tipperary- Donohill, Milestone, Cappawhite, Thurles, Newport, Kilcommon
Laois- Portlaoise
Galway- Dunmore, Oranmore, Portumna.
Edinburgh in Scotland
London in England
Clarens in Switzerland,
Round Rock, Texas in USA, and Chicago USA

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