Leader 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.

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