Wednesday, 29 August 2007

Serious Accident in Bruff

A serious road accident has taken place at around 7.00am this morning on the Limerick-Bruff Road, just a few hundred yards from the outskirts of Bruff. A private car and a lorry were the the two vehicles involved. Further details later.

Friday, 24 August 2007

Rugby season gets under way!

Saturday at 6:00 p.m. sees the first home game of the season for Bruff RFC with a combo of the J1 and J2 squads lining out to play Charleville in a friendly at Kilballyowen. Des Power is the man in charge for this opening friendly and there will be Full bar facilities during and afterwards.

Tuesday, 21 August 2007

Bruff gets talked about at the Rose of Tralee

Melanie Carroll, The Limerick Rose, spoke about appearing at the Bruff Summer Festival as one of her good experiences in the run up to the Tralee Festival. Melanie was interviewed by Ray Darcy; she recalled being driven down the Main Street, in Bruff and mentioned that Irish International Rugby Star, Alan Quinlan was also one of the Parade Marshal's.

Saturday, 18 August 2007

Road Accident Fatality

Woman killed in Bruff collision

A woman has died following a road accident in BruffThe woman, a cyclist in her 40s, was hit by a car on the Bruff to Kilmallock Road, near Uregare at 6.50am.Her body has been removed to Limerick Regional Hospital.The road, which was closed for most ofthe day, has reopened after a technical examination. GardaĆ­ have named the woman who was killed in the crash.49-year-old Carmel O’Brien from Sheerin’s Cross, Kilmallock died after her bike was struck by a car shortly before seven am.GardaĆ­ are appealing for any witnesses to contact Bruff Garda Station on 061-382940.

Thursday, 16 August 2007

Bruff Partnership Meeting

There is a meeting of Bruff Partnership at 4.00 pm today in the Meeting Room in Clancy's Pub. Scroll down for details of the formation of an An Taisce group in Bruff.

Tuesday, 7 August 2007

An Taisce in Bru Na Deise

An Taisce - 'The Store House, or Treasury' is The National Trust For Ireland.

Established in 1948, it is the most influential environmental body in Ireland.

"All our policies reflect our core belief that a high quality environment is central to Ireland achieving a successful and sustainable economy, as well as a high quality of life. This is based on the view that prevention is better than cure, partnership and dialogue are better than conflict and monologue, and strategic planning surpasses reactive expediency"

There is a small group in Bruff who have started a branch of An Taisce. Make contact through this site (e mail) if you are interested in joining them.

Thursday, 2 August 2007

Bruff RFC Fixtures announcement

Naas And Bruff Away In Division Three Openers
Naas, the winners of last season's AIB League Round Robin series, will begin their return to the Division Three ranks with an away fixture against Queen's University. The new AIB League fixtures were released today - read on for more.

Bruff were the winners of last season's AIB League Division Three final
The new AIB League Division Three campaign kicks off on Saturday, October 27.

Last season's Division Three final winners Bruff, who beat the promoted Wanderers in the decider, will start the season away to City of Derry, while beaten semi-finalists Instonians are also away from home in their first game, having been pencilled in for a trip to Old Wesley.