New Zealand TV in Limerick

Limerick will be featured on the New Zealand Tv in a build up special to the upcoming clash in Thomond Park next month between Munster and New Zealand.Campbell Live  a current affairs programe which will have interviews with players and personalities who were involved  for Munster in their historic win over the All Blacks … Continue reading

Munster v. New Zealand 25 tickets to give away

In the run up to the big game Munster v. New Zealand on November 18th 2008, Toyota have 25 tickets to give away. Just sign up at and get your friends in on it too, alternatively record you and your mates singing “Stand Up & Fight” and upload the video! See the Video ….Click on … Continue reading

Croom ,Limerick Macra News

Steven Fitzgerald the Croom Treasurer and Seamus O Connell the Croom Chairperson collecting their trophies at Macra vision.     With the National Conference fast approaching, over 100 young members of Limerick Macra Na Feirme are preparing for an action packed weekend. This Friday night will see our handsome young quiz masters compete in the … Continue reading

Limerick Macra’s National Karaoke Competition

 The glamorous girls from the Berrings Club, Cork with their  special head attire after winning the competitive Group Karaoke  Contest. Noreen Healy, Emer O Shea and Jennifer O Shea sang ‘Build Me  Up Buttercup’ by The Foundations at the Macra vision National Finals  in the South Court recently. lisa cahill, patricia cahill,sinead leahy, steven fitzgerald … Continue reading

Limerick Macra News

  We are currently in the middle of the Macra na Feirme Recruitment Fortnight. The focus of the fortnight is ‘promoting Macra’s six key areas of activity: sport, travel, agriculture, public speaking, community involvement and performing arts’. Macra na Feirme national president Catherine Buckley explains why Macra runs this Recruitment Fortnight. ‘New members are the … Continue reading

Limerick Macra News

Limerick has a new Macra Club, based around the Croom, Ballingarry area. The Maigueside Club has had one meeting and a social event and already 20 new, young enthusiastic members have signed up. The ages range from 19 to 30. Last Wednesday, the club organised a bowling night in Limerick and it was an excellent … Continue reading