Limerick to take on Galway in Over 40s Football Challenge in aid of Milford Hospice

The experienced side meet under lights this Thursday to raise funds for a very worthy cause.

A Limerick over 40’s side will meet Galway over 40’s this Thursday evening in St Patrick’s GAA club in a novel football game. With throw in at 8pm, all proceeds from the game will go to Milford Hospice.

There is no entrance fee to watch the game with all donations at the gate on the night going to Milford Hospice.

The Limerick side is managed by Kilteely Dromkeen’s Anthony McCarthy who has a lengthy backroom team. They have chosen a 35-man squad that is captained by St Senan’s Darren Kavanagh.

Overall, there are 13 clubs represented with hosts St Patricks having 11 players on the squad.

For those who would like to contribute but cannot make it to the game, you can donate now to Milford Hospice on their website.

Limerick Squad

Tim O’Connor, Michael Geary, Bert Kelly, Gary Campbell, Liam Mulcahy, Tony Kett, Barry Toomey, Roy O’Connell, Conor Costelloe, Niall McNamara, Dermot Phelan (all St Patricks), Mike Moloney, Derek Casey, Barry O Donnell, Johnny Howard, John O Dwyer, Colm Hickey (all Caherline), Garry Fraher, James McMahon, Eddie Mulcahy, Jimmy Hourigan, John Gammell (all Pallasgreen), Mark Murphy, Matthew Hanley, Dan Croke (all Kilteely /Dromkeen), Don Wallace, Alan Bourke, (both Hospital/Herbertstown), Paul Darmody (Ahane), Denis O’Connor (Knockane), Sean Condon (Knockaderry), Darragh Bennis (Patrickswell), Dan Kelleher (Iveleary), Darren Kavanagh Capt . (St Senans), Wes Fitzgerald (Claughaun), Aidan Mannix (Listry)

Manager: Anthony McCarthy (Kilteely/Dromkeen)

Backroom : Padraig O’Dea (Hospital/Herbertstown), Kieran Murphy (Kilteely/Dromkeen), Katie Lynch (Physio) (Dromin Athlacca), Hammy Dawson (Operations / Logistics) (St Patrick’s), Ger O’Connell (Kitman) (Pallasgreen), Water – St Pats Underage

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