Dinner Dance

Cappamore GAA & Camogie Club are holding a 2022 Celebratory Dinner Dance on March 25th 2022, in the Strand Hotel Limerick. Drinks reception starts at 6:30pm followed by dinner at 7pm. Tickets cost โ‚ฌ45 each. If interested, please text your orders to Seamus (087-6656034), Roisin (087-9569814) or Claire (085-1062147) with your name and number of tickets required before March 4thWe will be having a ticket collection night shortly after the 4th -date TBC.Looking forward to a great night of celebrations ๐ŸŽ‰

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 secretary.cappamore.limerick@gaa.ie by Monday 6th December.

All paid up members are welcome to join

๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›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 secretary.cappamore.limerick@gaa.ie 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

County Intermediate Camogie Champions

Cappamore find late scores to defeat Monaleen in Limerick CAPPAMORE defeated Monaleen this Sunday afternoon to win the Niche Sports Data Limerick intermediate camogie title.
In Rathkeale GAA grounds in front of a big crowd, this replay finished Cappamore 0-7 Monaleen 0-5.
The final was tied at 0-5 each on 55-minutes when the east Limerick side found the late winning scores to claim the title and earn promotion back into the senior ranks.
Cappamore had lost this final to Bruff last year but just edged past Monaleen to make amends for that loss.
The side in green and gold were backed by the elements in the opening half and built a 0-5 to 0-3 lead by half time.
In a low scoring but exciting affair, it was 0-2 to 0-1 at the first water break.
Monaleen free-taker Aine Doyle opened the scoring but then two scores from her Cappamore counterpart Anna Ryan had the east Limerick side ahead at the end of the first quarter.
Caoimhe Lyons levelled on the restart but then Cappamore powered towards half time with a run of scores.
Laura Fennelly had a fine point from play, either side of Anna Ryan frees and Cappamore were now three points clear.
Just before the half time whistle Ella Hession had one of the scores of the game for Monaleen to leave it 0-5 to 0-3 at the break.
The third quarter returned no scores. Monaleen now had the aid of the tricky breeze but found Player of the Match Muireann Creamer and her defensive colleagues in fine form for Cappamore.
In the final quarter, Aine Doyle had two pointed frees for Monaleen and all of a sudden this final was level for the third time and five minutes to play.
Cappamore replied in style and their first score of the second half came in the 26th minute from Fennelly. The shot could very well have ended up net but for a great save from Monaleen goalkeeper Laura Southern, who is still eligible for the U16 grade.
Monaleen needed a response but it was a captain Maire Berkery free in the final minutes that sealed the win for her side.

credit: Jerome O’Connell-Limerick Leader

Fixtures for the weekend

๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›A busy weekend for our men with our Junior B playing in a County semi final on Saturday v BlackRock in Knocklong at 3pm and our U21 playing their quarter final v South liberties Crecora in Caherelly at 12pm on Sunday.

๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›Link below Fitzgerald Woodlands House Hotel County Junior B Hurling Championship Semi Final โ€“ Blackrock v Cappamore Saturday 13th November 2021 @ 3.00pm in Knocklong https://www.universe.com/events/county-jbhc-woodlands-house-hotel-semi-final-blackrock-v-cappamore-tickets-058LS2

๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›County U21A Hurling Championship Quarter Final โ€“ Cappamore v South Liberties Crecora Sunday 14th November 2021 @ 12.00pm in Caherelly https://www.universe.com/events/co-u21a-hurling-cship-quarter-final-cappamore-v-south-liberties-crecora-tickets-JN0SPK

AGM 2021 notice

To All Club Members
The Annual General Meeting of Cappamore G.A.A. Club will take place on Sunday 28th November 2021 at 7.00pm in the Community Centre, Cappamore or via online Microsoft teams should guidelines change in the interim.

All paid up members wishing to be included in the meeting will need to register their email address with the secretary at secretary.cappamore.limerick@gaa.ie no later than Tuesday 23rd November 2021.

๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›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 secretary.cappamore.limerick@gaa.ie to receive your forms.

๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›Updated fixtures for the coming week

๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›Updated fixtures for coming week

Woodlands House Hotel County Junior B Hurling Championship Quarter Final Saturday 6th November, 2021

Cappamore V Newcastle West

2:00pm Venue: Kilbreedy

Referee: John Paul Kiely

๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›

County U21 A Hurling Championship Group 4 Round 3

Wednesday 10th November, 2021

Cois Laoi Gaels V Cappamore

8:00pm Venue: Doon

Referee: John O Halloran

© Cappamore GAA Building towards 2030