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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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JAH East Limerick Champions 2019

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Club News Week commencing Nov 11th 2019

U21 football: Ballybricken Bohermore/Fedamore who are joined at u21 level played Oola last Saturday in a rain sodden Caherelly losing out 2-10 to 2-04. The game was fairly evenly contested and t...Read On

Club News Week commencing Nov 4th 2019

U21 football: We played Caherconlish in the 2nd round of the east u21 Football Championship on Sunday in Caherelly. We put in a very strong team performance throughout and ran out comfortable wi...Read On

Club News Week commencing Oct 27th 2019

U21 Football: Our under 21 footballers joined with Fedamore commenced their season with a home game against Kilteely Dromkeen on a crisp dry day in Caherelly. The first half produced a wide open...Read On
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Cats claim the spoils in New York

Captain Eoin Murphy was presented with the Player's Champions Cup after Kilkenny scored a comprehensive final win over Limerick at Citi Field, New York....Read On

New York Hurling Classic: Limerick and Kilkenny for final

Limerick and Kilkenny will contest the New York Hurling Classic final following comfortable semi-final victories over Wexford and Tipperary at Citi Field today....Read On

Munster club JHC: Russell Rovers and St Mary's march on

Russell Rovers and St Mary's are through to the last four of the Munster club JHC....Read On
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Sunday's GAA club championship results

Read how it unfolded as Kilcoo got the better of Derrygonnelly in the Ulster football final, while Nemo Rangers and Clonmel Commercials qualified for the Munster football final and St Mullins edged Rathdowney to make the Leinster hurling decider....Read On

Kilcoo hold their nerve to reach another Ulster decider

A moment of quick thinking from Conor Laverty unlocked the Ulster club semi final in Kilcoo's favour against a brave Derrygonnelly Harps, with the Down champions running out 1-08 to 0-09 winners,...Read On

Nemo hammer Austin Stacks to ease into Munster decider

Nemo Rangers had 18 points to spare as they stayed on track for a second AIB Munster Club SFC title in three years - and a 17th in total - with a 2-17 to 0-05 victory over Austin Stacks at Páirc Uí Rinn on Sunday....Read On