Notes for Weekly Observer 27th March 2023
Lotto – NCW GAA Lotto Jackpot hits €12,800 next week.
This week’s Lotto was held in Lee’s Bar on Monday evening26th March. The jackpot was €12,600. No winner of the jackpot which means the jackpot has now increased to a whopping €12,800. Lucky dip winners of €40 each were: Brid Quirke, George Daly, Timmy Nix, Annette O ‘Connor and Geraldine Liston. Lotto multi plays can be played online on NCWGAA website. Get your numbers in to be able to win the big prize!
End of March deadline is looming for Membership Purchase or Renewal. Great family discounts available. Be part of your club and help build it by becoming a member.
Senior Bons Secours West Senior Hurling League: Newcastle West play Adare in NCW @6.30pm on Saturday 1st April
Junior Bons Secours West Junior B Hurling League: Newcastle West play Knobkerry in NCW @6.30pm on Sunday 2nd April
All support for the club at matches greatly appreciated
Championship Limerick Minor and U20 Hurlers
Diarmuid Lyons and Cathal Hayes were in action for Limerick Minor Hurlers against Waterford on Tuesday 21stMarch in Dungarvan. Great start to the campaign beating Waterford by three points. Cathal scored the only goal that Limerick scored on the night. Well done to Cathal and Diarmuid and all involved with the team. Limerick 1-07 Waterford 0-07. Limerick meet Clare in round 2 on Tuesday 28th @ 7 pm in TUS Gaelic Grounds.
A rescheduled game on Saturday last, the U20’s Hurlers were also out in action against Waterford. Ethan Hurley (captain) and Con Hayes were two club men playing with Pa Keane in management. A Con Hayes goal in the first half set the team on their way to an impressive victory. Well done all. Limerick 1-18 Waterford 1-14
Caisleán Nua Thiar agus Luimneach Abú.
Limerick Hurlers reach the Allianz National Hurling League Final
Saturday evening saw the Limerick hurlers in action against Tipperary in the semi-final of the league. A game of two halves with Tipperary firing on all cylinders in the first half and Limerick not being let play as they can. After Tipperary dominated the first half, the second half saw a much more determined Limerick side perform with accuracy. Tipperary after giving it all in the first half, ran out of steam and options. In the end an impressive performance showcasing Limerick’s skill. No goals conceded and twelve of the fifteen Limerick players having their name on the scoreboard making a statement for sure. Limerick progress to meet Kilkenny in the final. Fixture yet to be decided on going to press. Well done all! Limerick 1-28 Tipperary 0-25
Footballers reach end of League.
Limerick footballers ended their season long stay in Division Two of the National League with a crushing defeat to Clare in Cusack Park against Clare. Hard luck to all involved and here is hoping for a refresh and better days ahead for the championship. Clare 2-18 Limerick 0-09
Upcoming Juvenile Fixtures
First fixture of the season is the U17 Mr. Binman U17 Hurling League Division 3A: Newcastle West play St. Kieran’s @ 6.30pm tonight in NCW pitch.
New Fixture for U17 Mr. Binman U17 Football League Division 3A: Newcastle West play Dromcollogher Broadford on Sunday 2nd April @2pm in NCW.
All support at matches greatly appreciated.
Training for U9’s every Wednesday and Friday @ 6pm. First training session starts tonight. An enjoyable time for the young members where they learn valuable skills and meet new friends.
"Limerick County Scór na nÓg 2023"
Shauna Normoyle represented Newcastle West in the recent Scór na nÓg competition in the ‘Solo Singing’ section. Thank you, Shauna, for representing the club so well. Thanks to Annette O’Donnell (Club Irish officer) for organising participants.