Local Sports Clubs

Club Description
Monaleen GAA Club Monaleen GAA Club was founded in 1957 and is one of the most famous Limerick clubs, having won county Senior, Intermediate U21 and Minor and Juvenile Football titles.

The clubhouse is at the center of the local community social scene catering for every local community organization from the Actively Retired, Community Games, I.C.A., Irish Dancing to the Monaleen Cancer Support Group.

Monaleen G.A.A. Clubhouse is available to members and non members for any forthcoming functions. Excellent facilities available and entertainment if required. Non members feel free to call and enjoy a drink in the club’s pleasant surrounding.

We are actively looking to expand the club and wish to invite any player or parent who is interested in coaching or playing for the club to contact us.

Website: www.monaleen.gaa.ie

Monaleen GAA Camogie Club Monaleen Camogie Club, located at Monaleen GAA, was established in 2008 and has since grown to over 150 members, with players playing at all levels from U8 and up.

We enter teams for fun blitzes at U8, U9, U10,U11& U12, giving every player plenty of opportunity to participate and learn the skills of camogie with the guidance of our trained coaches.

More importantly the emphasis of the club is to give young girls the opportunity to have fun and participate in a healthy form of exercise, improving speed, fitness and team awareness, while developing excellent co-ordination and mobility skills that are unique to camogie.

New players always welcome.

Website: www.monaleencamogie.gaa.ie

Tennis Club Monaleen GAA Tennis Club is a small, two-court club attached to Monaleen GAA Club and located in its grounds on Schoolhouse Road.

The tennis club is open, friendly and progressive with plans for major development in the near future. With affiliation to Tennis Ireland, a busy calendar sees the club involved in Munster Inter Club competitions, club opens, intra club competitions and social tennis events.

These social events are an ideal way for new members to meet and play with other members without the need to have partners and opponents arranged in advance.

Friday morning tennis even has a crèche facility! Just bring your racquet and come along and say Hello!

Website: www.monaleengaatennisclub.com

Aisling/Annacotty FC Aisling Annacotty FC is one of the largest soccer clubs in Munster, having in excess of 550 members and fielding teams from under 7 to under 17, minor, three junior teams and an ever expanding ladies section.The Club caters for all ages as follows:

  • Underage Boys and Girls from age 4/5* (*children must have started national school before they can attend training) to U10 – on the club’s all-weather pitch in Annacotty on Saturday mornings.
  • Schoolboys competitive teams for all ages from U11 to U16. Training is on the all-weather in Annacotty.
  • Schoolgirls competitive teams from U12 to U16, with under 10 playing regular blitzes. Training in Annacotty on Saturday afternoons.
  • Youths competitive teams at U17 and U18.
  • There are also adult Mens and Ladies teams

Website: www.aislingannacotty.com

Community Games Contact: Michael Sheahan
Phone: 087-9163370
UL Bohemians Rugby Club The rugby club is based in Annacotty. See the club website for more details.

Website: www.ulbohs.com

Castletroy Golf Club Founded in 1937, Castletroy Golf Club enjoys a well deserved reputation for its charming tree-lined golf course, excellent facilities and traditional Limerick hospitality.

Redesigned in 2006 under the careful supervision of Eddie Connaughton, Castletroy was voted one of Ireland’s top 100 golf courses further enhancing its reputation as one of Ireland’s finest parkland courses.

Our bar and restaurant overlook the 1st tee box and 18th green thereby providing visitors with ongoing entertainment while relaxing after their round of golf!

Website: www.castletroygolfclub.ie

Shannon Rowing Club Location: Old Pump House in Annacotty. Since moving to Annacotty in 2010, we have been cleaning up the location and would like to encourage the community to come down any weekend and see for themselves what we are trying to do and appreciate the quality of the area for rowing.

The club has expanded its membership enormously and the recent development mean the we can now cater for even greater numbers and we would like to encourage new members from the community we aim to support.

We are particulary interested in involving early teenage kids who have either stopped playing other sports, maybe never played any other team sports or who would just like to try something new.

Contact: Liam Butler
Phone: 086-3824950

Swimming/Fitness Classes The University of Limerick Arena has a 50m swimming pool open to the public and there are also wide range of fitness classes on offer.

See the website below for more details.

Website: www.universityarena.com

Fishing Contact: Eric Lynch
Phone: 061-335159
Angling Shannon Mulcair and District Anglers Association:

Salmon/trout angling club, based mainly on the Mulcair.

Annual competitions held in May and September.

Contact: Neville Atkinson
Phone: 086-8174809

Limerick and District Anglers Association:

Salmon/trout and coarse angling association, based mainly on the Mulcair and Shannon.
Competitions held all year round.

Website: www.limerickanddistrictanglersassociation.com