Couple 5 are John and Joan. John a business man from Wexford is a keen cyclist and golfer and Joan is our local Post Mistress and mum to our All Star Shane Dowling. They will dance the waltz.
Couple 6 are Graham and Mary. Graham the Coonagh Cat a goalkeeper with the senior footballers who fancies his chances at strictly and Mary the entertainment manager of the group was the clubs first female secretary. They will dance to Motown
Frankie and Katie are couple 7. Frankie a local Independant councillor from Limerick and big sports fan and Katie a teacher in Gaelscoil Sairseal who is really enjoying the Strictly. The will dance to Rock n Roll
Couple 8 are Dee and Donie. Dee is a mom of 2 that loves the social side of strictly and the competition with the mother in law!! Donie a Knockaderry antive who loves all sports especially the cookies and is currently secretary of Na Piarsaigh. They dance the Quickstep
Strictly Na Piarsaigh is almost upon us so lets meet the dancers
Couple 1 are Aidan and Bridget. Aidan is our resident referee who is big into photography and also Na Piarsaigh and Limerick GAA. Bridget is also a GAA fanatic who is currently Secretary of Na Piarsaigh Camogie club. They will dance to Disco.
Couple 2 are Brendan and Ann. Brendan a Caherdavin man is a freelance photographer who covers all sports and Ann is a keen golfer and mother to the 3 Breen brothers.They will dance to Motown
Couple 3 are Francine and Brian. Francine is a mum of 1 married to Tomas.Loves dancing so what better way to raise money for a great cause and Brian a Wexford man is involved with the underage on a Saturday morning. Brian and Francine will Jive
Couple 4 are Breda and Gerry. Breda hails from Monagea where she makes the dedicated trip a few times a week for practise and Gerry a dad of 5 a staunch Clareman who holds a Clare SFC medal with Kilkee. Breda and Gerry will do the Cha Cha.
All roads led to Clarina on Sunday morning for the much anticipated County Intermediate camogie final between Na Piarsaigh and Crecora.
Having met already this year in a very close game, it was inevitable that this game would follow similiar lines.
Playing against the stiff wind in the first half and also in an unfamiliar green jersey the girls began extremely well and matched Crecora stride for stride. Continue reading
Our Minor footballers made it 3 County final appearances in a week joining the Senior hurlers and Intermediate camogie teams in the finals.
Played in Cappamore in what was a change of venue from Bruff it was our lads who dominated from the first whistle playing some great football.
Two Cameron DiBeniditto first half goals had us in control and we led at the break 2-5 to no score.having been quite wasteful in front of goal at times.
Furhter second half goals from James Daly and super sub Conor Stack sealed a very good victory and set up a final with Oola in a few weeks .
Team: Eoghan Sherlock, Christy O Hagan, Glen Clancy, Jack Hardaker, Ralph Leonard, Sean Long, Pauric Heaney, Daragh O Gorman, Cian O Rahilly(0-1), John Leahy, Cameron DiBenniditto(2-0), Jay Hickey, Stephen O Halloran(0-3), JAmes Daly(1-2), Reuben McCarthy, .. Conor Stack(1-1), Conor Moloney, Robert Duffy
Well done to our senior hurlers who were victorious in their County Semi final clash against Doon in the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.
A hard fought win by the lads who had goals from Kevin Downes and Peter Casey in a 2-18 to 2-14
We now await the winners of Kilmallock and Patrickswell who play next week in the other semi final