Brosna GAA Club and Parish News Round-Up

Brosna GAA Club PRO, Mariéad Moriarty with all the news from the club and parish. Contact Mairéad on: 086 85 96 409 or by Email:
Brosna’s Adam Barry in full flight in a file photograph. His poise and leadership were vital to his side’s win over Listry at the weekend – according to Mairéad Moriarty’s report. ©Photograph: John Reidy

Semi Final, Here We Come

Strand Road in Tralee was the venue for the quarter final clash between Listry and Brosna. 

This county junior football championship competition saw a strong first half by Listry that left Brosna trailing by six points at half time.

The brisk wind in the second half, coupled with an energised performance by Brosna saw an incredible comeback.

Adam’s Poise and Leadership

Notable on the pitch were Adam Barry who showed tremendous poise and leadership.

Defenders Maurice O’Keefe and Shane Fitzmaurice were stalwarts in defence too.

The work rate by our players all over the pitch showed a determination that saw Brosna win with a final score of Brosna 15 to Listry 1-8.

Which team we meet in the semi final has yet to be determined but it is certainly something to look forward to.

Congratulations To ‘Leaving’ Students

Well done to all the Leaving Students who received their results this week. 

It has been a most unusual year for these young people.  Wishing them well as they progress to the next stage in their lives.

Pilates With Shelagh

Adhering to all of the government health and safety guidelines, Shelagh O’Connor is delighted to be able to recommence her very popular Pilates classes in Brosna hall. 

Commencing on September 14th with suitably small classes, with recommended spacing, participants, can enjoy expert instruction from Shelagh, who is a qualified Stott Pilates instructor with over 15 years experience.

Contact Shelagh on or 083 36 61 779 to book your place.

Classes €8 per session for six weekly sessions.

With Sympathy

We extend our sincere sympathies to Liam and Sheila O’Sullivan and family in Kilmanihan on the passing of Mary O’Sullivan of Abbeyfeale. 

Our thoughts are with you all at this time.