Thursday, May 6, 2010

The Supermacs GAA Sunday at Limerick Racecourse on May 16th with the first race of at 2.25pm.

This 7 race National Hunt Card will feature the Supermacs Hurdle of €22,000 and the South’s Bar Beginners Chase. As we approach the onset of summer racing the entries for the day are sure to be high in number and quality. Limerick Racecourse are once again promoting the Supermacs Sunday to the GAA fraternity through a number of channels. Firstly, All GAA supporters are invited to wear their club and county colours to the racecourse and gain admission for a mere €5.

On the day we have the Cúl Camps promoting their summer activities with Cúl Camp organisers staging GAA games demonstration and activities at the Racecourse After racing we have the annual county final of the long puck competition where patrons can cheer on their favourite competitor.

As always there will be a kids club and additional family activities. Go online to to avail of the superb packages i.e. Punter Pack, Munster Package or Restaurant options.

With the upcoming the Special Olympics Ireland games taking place from the 8th to 13th of June in Limerick, Limerick Racecourse are delighted to be donating a portion of the gates takings towards raising funds for the Special Olympics events.

Summer is on the way and so are our popular Twilight evening race meetings. Due to popular demand Jerry Fish and the Mud Bug Club will be playing after racing on the 12th June, Republic of Loose will be playing on the 18th June and finally The Camembert Quartet are returning on the 22nd July.

Online sales for The Twilight Racing on the 12th & 18th June are selling out fast, so don’t miss out, and get booking!  Group rates apply on all tickets and don’t forget concession admission to the SinBin after racing!!

Picture No. 1 – GAA Day
L-R – Russell Ferris (Limerick Racecourse), Mary Lyons (Supermacs), Mike Riordan (Limerick County Board Secretary), Noel Hartigan (Long Puck Competitor), Albert Shanahan (Long Puck Competitor), Denis Martin (Organiser Limerick County Board)

Picture No. 2 – Special Olympics
L-R – Russell Ferris (Limerick Racecourse), Emily Hurley (Special Olympics Ambassador), Gaye Moore (Special Olympics Coordinator)