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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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East Limerick U21 'A' Hurling Champions 2018

East Limerick U21 'A' Hurling Champions 2018

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Club News Week commencing Sept 9th 2019

Junior B hurling: Bally played the east junior b semi final on Friday last against Murroe Boher losing out 1-15 to 0-11 in an exciting and close contest. Played in Caherconlish we got off to an ...Read On

Club News Week commencing Sept 2nd 2019

Junior Football: Ballybricken-Bohermore played round 2 of the county junior a football championship in Adare on Sunday last losing out to Monagea 4-15 to 3-05. We got off to a flying start with ...Read On

Club News Week commencing Aug 26th 2019

Junior A hurling: Bally played Pallasgreen in the intermediate cup semi-final on Sunday evening last in Caherconlish playing out an exciting draw with Bally scoring 2-14 to Pallasgreens 1-17. In...Read On
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HS football team of the week

Dublin's drive for five reached its intended destination on Saturday evening. Here is our final team of the week from the 2019 inter-county season…...Read On

Claughaun club notes

City JAHC Semi Final -  Fri 13/Sep/19  - Claughaun 1-13 0-8 Old Christians...Read On

Patrickswell club notes

The County Championship semi-final will pit Patrickswell against Doon on Sunday September 22 at 2pm at the LIT Gaelic Grounds....Read On
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Audience peaks at over 1.1m for All-Ireland replay

A peak audience of 1,123,300 watched the All Ireland football final replay on RTÉ 2's Saturday Game Live as the Dubs closed-in on a historic five in a row of All Ireland titles....Read On

Cluxton and Gavin could go now, says McConville

Oisín McConville believes that Dublin's All-Ireland final replay triumph over Kerry could signal the end of an era for the Dubs, with questions over the future of both Stephen Cluxton and Jim Gavin....Read On

Fitzsimons is 'a once in a generation talent'

The importance of Mick Fitzsimons to Dublin was clearly emphasised in those two battles with Kerry - without him there would have been no five-in-a-row...Read On