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Welcome to the official website of Cumann LúthchleasGael Baile Bricín/Bothár Mór. Ballybricken/Bohermore GAA Club is situated inEast Limerick. The club compete in the Intermediate and Junior B hurlingchampionships, and also the Junior A football championship. The club fieldsteams on its own from Under 8 to under 14. From under 16 the club isamalgamated with Kilteely/Dromkeen and compete as Naomh Brid. This amalgamationhas been quite successful with two Minor County football titles won in 2006 and2008, one minor Hurling in 2009 and an under 16 football title in 2011.


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JAH East Limerick Champions 2019

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Club news week commencing Sept 14th 2020

Junior A: Ballybricken Bohermore played the final group game of the newly formed all county junior championship against west team Templeglantine losing out by three points. The game was played...Read On

Club news week commencing Sept 7th 2020

Junior A: Bally played the fourth round of the Woodlands house hotel junior a hurling championship against Feenagh Kilmeedy last Saturday in Adare losing out by four points. Daniel Owens had u...Read On

Club news week commencing Aug 31st 2020

Junior Football: Bally played Knockane last Thursday evening in Caherelly in round three of the junior B football championship hoping to maintain our good form having previously beating Kilteely an...Read On
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Fixtures guide to a bumper weekend of club action

There are no fewer than fourteen county finals down for decision this weekend with titles to be handed out across all four provinces....Read On

"It was unsustainable, out of control"

Kerry legend Pat Spillane says an upside to the Covid-19 pandemic is seeing the "juggernaut" of spending on inter-county teams has being reined in....Read On

GAA confirm M Donnelly Poc Fada finals will not happen in 2020

The GAA has confirmed this morning that the M Donnelly Poc Fada na hEireann finals will not be held in the 2020 calendar year....Read On
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Aileen Wall: 'This is the only one we have to win'

Ballymacarbry's Aileen Wall is taking nothing for granted as the side look to continue their domination of the Waterford club scene in Sunday's final against Stradbally....Read On

What does Level 3 mean for sport in Dublin?

Dublin will move to Level 3 of the Government's five-level Living With Covid-19 plan at midnight tonight, with the restrictions to remain in place for the next three weeks. So what does that mean from a sporting perspective?...Read On

Three Dublin camogie players test positive for Covid-19

Three members of the senior Dublin camogie panel have tested positive for Covid-19....Read On