Galbally Soccer Club are now taking bookings for all weather pitch for the new season, as facility was fully utilised last season early booking is advised. Please contact Pat Henebry at 0876499841, or John Carew at 0878300224 for further details.

Galbally Schools Boys soccer held their annual camp in Henebry Park, a most enjoyable week was had by all, many thanks to all those who helped out, coaches and supervisors.


Galbally U16 football team had a great win Sunday night in the “A” county semi-final in Bruff. They got the upper hand of Monaleen with a great team performance. It was a just reward for the players who have given great dedication and commitment to training over the last few months. They will play Newcastlewest in the final and with continued hard work hopefully they will perform well.

Panel: Oisin Walsh, Billy O’Donoghue, Sean Shannon, Conor Condon, Cathal Shanahan, Ciaran Burke, Mark Sweeney, Shane Heffernan, Colin Ryan, Michael Burke, Niall Kearney, William Ryan, Jason Shannon, Timmy Tobin, Paddy Donovan, Jamie Morrissey and John Kerins. Selectors: Tom Quinlan and Paul Ryan.


Galbally Primary School re-open their doors on Thursday, August 30, after the summer break. Motor drivers are kindly asked to exercise more caution on the approach roads to the various schools due to increased traffic at this time. We wish students and teachers a very successful year ahead.

Galbally childcare services will open Monday, September 3, at 9am. Phone 0868231838 for further information.


(Tipperary, Limerick and Clare for Cystic Fibrosis) would like to thank Galbally GAA for their recent generous donation of €10,000 which was raised from their bucket collection. This money raised is being used towards the building of the new adult unit in the Mid-West Regional Hospital Limerick. Thanks to everybody involved in the collection in any way. It is greatly appreciated.


The death of Mary Mullane, Ardnamoher, Galbally, occurred last week after a long illness bravely borne. Mary was a lady of quiet disposition but very popular in the locality. She and her husband Denis set up home in Ardnamoher many years ago and following the move Mary became an integral part of the community. Her sad passing will be mourned by her husband, son, daughter extended family and a large circle of friends.

We offer our deepest sympathy to them at this time. May her soul rest in peace.