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for soon 'tis known from whence we came
where e'er we go they dread the name
of Garryowen in glory”

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Archive for April, 2017

Job Done!

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

Garryowen FC resumes its natural place, in the top tier of Irish Club Rugby, by defeating UL Bohs at home yesterday in the Division 1A play-off.

Final Score. 18-13.


Annual General Meeting

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

The AGM will take place on Wednesday May 10th in the Clubhouse. 8pm Sharp.  All attendees must be registered, paid up Members.

Notice of Motions to Geraldine Morrissey by Sun 30th April 2017.   e: honsecretary@garryowenrugby.com


Thirds win Munster J2 Cup

Monday, April 24th, 2017

Following a thriller in Temple Hill last Friday Night, the Thirds beat Cork Con on a scoreline of 22-21.  Having been down 9-3 at half time to a physical and skillful Con site, the team found themselves 22-8 in defecit with 20 minutes to go.  They rallied and scored two converted tries in quick succession, to emerge victorious on a scoreline of 21-22 in extra time.  A Valliant effort.  The squad now go forward to secure a triple, with the Webb Cup Final scheduled for Friday Night 28th April in Thomond Park.

Under 20s win North Munster League

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Congrats to our Under 20’s who secured the North Munster League this evening, having defeated UL Bohs on a scoreline of 45-14. This fixture doubled as the U20 Cup Semi Final. The squad go forward to meet Shannon in the Final of the U20 Cup next week (date to be confirmed). The squad have had an highly successful season to date, having won the Donal Walsh Trophy last month. Well done Lads, looking forward to a clean sweep ! #GinG

U13 Double Champions

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

Our U13s pulled off an historic double last weekend, by winning the Pat Lawlor Cup and Plate competitions at UL Bohs in Annacotty

Well done lads!   Video below (Compliments Mike Power)


One Club. One Direction. Together !

Tuesday, April 4th, 2017


On Sat April 8th, our Senior Team take on Old Belvedere RFC in Dooradoyle. KO 2.30pm. This is their most important fixture to date, this season. The Team is seeking vital points to ensure that we stave off relegation and continue to maintain our rightful place in the first division of Irish Club Rugby next season

We have made many calls for support from members throughout the season., BUT THIS IS THE BIG ONE!!

We need to stack the terraces with blue and white support this saturday. Our Underage structure consists of over 550 players and is a core component of the Garryowen FC family. Please marshall the troops at all age levels to attend this game. Bring the Family, Uncle Fred and Grandpa Joe..whatever it takes.

The Call is going out….

Your Club Needs you!

Annual Golf Outing. Fri 26th May

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

The Annual Club Golf outing will take place in Ballyneety Golf Club on Friday 26th May.  We are also very pleased to announce that the Bon Secours Hospital Limerick has come on board, as the primary sponsor.

To book a Team or Sponsor a Tee Box, please select the appropriate option below and pay by PayPal.

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GFC Golf Classic 2017

Tee Times will be allocated by the Organising Committee and notified by email.  Contact numbers for the Committee are on the poster above

Thank you for support Garryowen FC and Enjoy the day!



U18 Heartbreak in the Pan Munster Cup Final

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

Our U18’s lost out narrowly to Ennis RFC yesterday by a point.  Final Score: 27-26.   A Super performance from the team however and they can be very proud of their achievements this season. Match Report here

Thirds Win Gleeson League

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

Thirds retained the Gleeson League Trophy yesterday, Sun April 2nd, following a dramatic win v Richmond RFC in Grove Island.  All Garryowen points were delivered from the boot of Kevin McEvoy, including a final minute penalty to snatch the game at the 11th hour.  Final Scoreline: 18-16.  #GinG

Cycle Against Suicide

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

The Co-Ordinator of Cycle Against Suicide, has contact the club and is looking to find Limerick homestays for 140 or so cyclists/crew on the night on May 2nd. The cycle starts in Dublin on the 23rd April and over the following 2 weeks they cycle around Ireland spreading their message;

“It’s OK not to feel Ok, and it’s absolutely Ok to ask for help”

Cycle Against Suicide wishes to spread this message across the entire island of Ireland, promoting positive mental health, and raising awareness of the help that is available and encouraging people to talk. It is also a great sporting event for cyclists of all abilities.

The Homestay Programme in an integral part of the cycle, and sees homeowners all over Ireland provide a warm meal, a chance to freshen up and a bed for the night to cyclists that are passing through their town. This is such a lovely way to be involved in this event.

Sadly most communities have been affected by suicide so this gives people a positive and proactive way of getting involved in this great movement without getting on your bike!!

We are posting this communication, to see if any members of the club would be interested in supporting this important event by providing a homestay for the night. The cyclists arrive Ardscoil Ris, North Circular Road, Limerick on Tuesday evening 2nd May, and leave from the school the following morning. Their bikes will be stored in the school.

To register your interest, please contact: Anne Murray

M: 0872457851

E: limerickhomestays@gmail.com

Website: www.cycleagainstsuicide.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LimerickCycleAgainstSuicide/

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