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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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Ballybricken Bohermore 2018 U21 Hurling Team

Ballybricken Bohermore 2018 U21 Hurling Team

Ballybricken Bohermore 2018 U21 Hurling Team

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Club News week commencing March 12th 2018

U21S: Ballybricken/Bohermore qualified for the east hurling final with a comprehensive win against Kilteely Dromken on Saturday last winning by 2-17 to 1-5. Played in Kilteely with the wind at our ...Read On

CLUB Limerick Draw 2018 is up and running

Anyone wishing to sign up t the club Limerick draw online can do so by following the link: select Ballybricken Bohermore GAA as the benefici...Read On

Club News week commencing Feb. 19th 2018

U21 Hurling: Our U21 hurlers recorded their second victory of the campaign with a good win against Cappamore on Saturday last. Played in Cappamore in fair conditions for the time of year we flew o...Read On
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"We have to focus on ourselves as well and making sure we're right"

Na Piarsaigh manager Shane O'Neill isn't going to get 'bogged down' with trying to curb Con O'Callaghan's influence in today's All-Ireland Club SHC final....Read On

Team news: Two Treaty changes

Limerick manager John Kiely has made two changes for Sunday's Allianz Hurling League quarter-final against Clare....Read On

Team news: Galvin returns for Clare

Clare have made one change to their starting 15 for Sunday's Allianz Hurling League quarter-final derby with Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds....Read On
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McEvoy out to shine in Bangkok before cheering on Dubs

Dublin's Niamh McEvoy will play in the All Star game in Thailand and then go looking for somewhere to watch the Dubs lads in action back in Ireland....Read On

Big is beautiful as city slickers invade Croke Park

There's something unusual about this year's All-Ireland club hurling final - it's between two big city clubs....Read On

'You're judged by how many All-Ireland medals you win'

Nemo Rangers are club royalty and not even Crossmaglen Rangers or Ballyhale Shamrocks can match their achievements....Read On