Lifting The Treaty Newsletter

posted 9 May 2011, 23:50 by Francis Cummins

Welcome readers once again!! On behalf of Limerick county Bord Na Nog and Limerick Coaching & Games we would like again to thank you for taking the time to read this, our third newsletter! This newsletter will be produced and distributed each month to players, coaches, club officers, parents and supporters who have an interest in underage hurling and football in Limerick!   


It has been a very busy month on the field, culminating in a mighty win for our senior hurlers in Ennis on last Saturday evening in a fantastic league division 2 final victory over near neighbours Clare. And as the weather heats up, even more than it already has, it promises to be a fantastic summer and lets hope full of the joys and anticipation that winning teams brings.


We have decided to title the newsletter Lifting the Treaty news as this banner encompasses all codes and bodies working toward the betterment of underage hurling and football in Limerick. Huge work is ongoing, day in day out and we hope to highlight that work through this newsletter with current news articles and photographs. This month the newsletter encompasses news from all sectors of Limerick GAA as we further aim to keep you, the loyal and true Limerick GAA fan up to speed with all the happenings and news from around the county. We both will be hoping to build the base of recipients of this newsletter but for now we ask you to circulate this to as many contacts as possible as we hope to keep Limerick gaels all over the world and at home informed and up to date with all the progress that the county is making in hurling and football! To subscribe or unsubscribe to our newsletter or the provide feedback then please feel free to email us at


As the evenings are beginning to stretch and the weather becoming more summer like this edition is jammed packed with all the latest news from all county competitions!!


Luimneach Abú!!!


Aidan Ryan & Ger Downes

(Joint editors)

Ger Downes PRO Limerick Coaching & Games, Aidan Ryan PRO Bord na n-Óg

Francis Cummins,
9 May 2011, 23:56