In G.A.A., the school enter teams into the East Limerick Cumann na mBunscol GAA competitions for hurling, Gaelic football, camogie and Ladies football every year. The school takes part in challenge matches against local schools regularly. The school takes part in the INTO mini-7s competition. The school takes part in the county indoor ground hurling and camogie competitions. We are honoured to take part in local hurling competitions including the Anthony Baggott hurling tournament organized by Herberstown N.S. and the Ger Power memorial hurling tournament. Pupils take part in tournaments in GAA organized by the school staff throughout the year. Staff often give up their breaks and lunch to take pupils for training in G.A.A. The school are most grateful to Caherline GAA for all their support and often use the local G.A.A. facilities for after school training. Local Limerick GAA G.D.A. officer James Ryan visits the school regularly to train and coach the pupils. In 22/23, the school was awarded the Cumann na mBunscol School of the Year. The school won a trip to Croke Park as part of this award. Our winning video entry can be seen below. In the 2018 school year, the school was awarded the GAA 5 Star flag. The GAA 5 Star Centre initiative aims to acknowledge the outstanding work of teachers in promoting Gaelic games. The 5 Star Centre initiative is, effectively, an exercise in empowering teachers to engage children in a manner where they experience the optimum level of fun, friendship, fairness, freedom and, ultimately, fitness functionality. The school has been visited by successful Caherline GAA teams and Limerick GAA teams in recent years, which have been fantastic occasions. This was particularly special as we have had staff members on these teams.