Glenroe GAA club is situated in South County Limerick between Ballylanders and Kilfinnane. Hurling in Glenroe has been played well before the birth of the GAA. At present it competes at intermediate level in Limerick hurling competitions, and caters from this age group down to boys and girls at under-8 level. Current players are drawn from the parishes of Glenroe, Ballyorgan, Ballylanders, Knockadea, Kilbehenny and Anglesborough.
The club is going through a vibrant period at the moment. The intermediate hurlers are a relatively young side with a sprinkling of players who have represented Limerick at inter-county level. While at Bórd na n-Óg level, there is a new spirit amongst the teams as they are once again competing with the best for honours at South Limerick and county level.
Glenroe Astroturf Project
This pitch has been developed and open for use. This will cater for the present and future generations of Glenroe teams.
To find out more and to support, please click here.
Glenroe GAA Club Lotto takes place every second Thursday night.
Enter your lines of numbers for up to a year in one go, you need never miss a draw again!
We encourage all of our friends and supporters to play the Glenroe Hurling Club fundraising lottery.
Click on the below link to play.
Under-14s win Seamus Murphy Cup