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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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Club news week commencing Oct. 24th 2021

 (26/Oct/2021)
Junior A Football: On Sunday in Fedamore our Junior A Footballers took on Camogue Rovers in the semi final of the Junior A Football championship. Rovers got a wonder score inside the opening 10...Read On

Club news week commencing Oct. 4th 2021

 (26/Oct/2021)
Junior A Hurling: On Saturday the 02/10/21 the lads played round 4 of the JAHC against Crecora Manister in Fedamore. Crecora came out of the blocks with all guns blazing and inside the opening ...Read On

Club news week commencing Sept. 18th 2021

 (26/Oct/2021)
Junior A Hurling: The Junior A hurlers played the third round of the JAHC on Saturday night in Cappamore against our neighbours and fierce rivals, Caherline. Bally were quick out of the blocks ...Read On
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Watch: Harty Cup produces early contender for point of the year

Shane O'Brien of Ard Scoil Rís in Limerick may have sewn up the 'point of the year award' already, after producing a wonderful piece of skill in his side's runaway 4-18 to 1-12 victory over Thurles CB...Read On

Limerick see off Banner men in Ennis to take Munster Cup title

All-Ireland champions Limerick added more silverware to their collection this afternoon by seeing off Clare on a 0-27 to 0-18 score-line in the Munster Hurling Cup final in Ennis....Read On

Central Council go green for football championship revamp

The GAA's Central Council has voted in favour of the 'Green' Proposal to revamp the All-Ireland football championship structure....Read On
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