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Adare Camogie Club set up GoFundMe page for future development Adare Camogie Club set up GoFundMe page for future development


Adare Camogie Club set up GoFundMe page for future development



Adare Camogie Club are aiming to grow its development fund to aid the club’s progression.

The campaign will help with running costs and maintenance of the club

By I Love Limerick correspondent Stella Gordon

A GoFundMe campaign has been set up for the future development of Adare Camogie Club. The GoFundMe is to help with the running costs and the future development of the club. The club aims to promote the sport of Camogie and to ensure that it can be played in a safe and enjoyable environment. To continue promotion of a positive, safe and enjoyable atmosphere, the club needs funds for development.



Adare Camogie Club have set a goal of €2000 on GoFundMe and have so far raised €240 across six donations.

Adare Camogie Club was formed by a fantastic group of parents spearheaded by Lizzie O’Dea, Fr. Duggan and Fr. Moriarty. They held their first meeting on February 1,1993. The club has competed well at underage level and have represented Limerick in the 1997 Féile competition in Waterford, the 1998 in Féile competition in Wexford and most recently the 2019 Féile Competition in Cork. Caoimhe Costello was the all-Ireland Féile skills competition runner-up in 2009 and overall winner in the 2010 Féile skills competition.

Adare Intermediates were crowned county champions on Sunday, October 16. They will go on to represent County Limerick in the Munster junior club championship semi-final in early November. 

In a first for the club, they will have two adult teams competing this year, and in 2023, the club will be competing at Senior level. The organisers continue, “This is a massive accomplishment for our players, mentors, and our club. If you would like to acknowledge the achievements of this super team, please consider contributing to our club fund. We understand that times are difficult, but everything helps, no matter how small.”

To donate to the Adare Camogie Club campaign, go HERE 

For more stories on Adare, go HERE 

Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.