Bruff

Bruff (Irish: Brú na nDeise) is a town in east County Limerick, in the midwest of Ireland, located on the old Limerick–Cork road (R512). The town lies on the Morning Star river, with two bridges in the town itself. The horse-shoe lake of Lough Gur is nearby.

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Bruff - Tourism
... Bruff has an active Cultural and Arts Society which organises an Annual Summer Festival ... The Bruff festival has been held each of the last four years since its beginning in 2006, most notably including the Morning Star Rose Competition and the Morning Star Escort Competition (since ... The Sean Wall Committee organise Bloomsday in Bruff festival every year on 16 June ...
Bruff R.F.C.
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Limerick Senior Hurling Championship 2006 - First Round
... May Gaelic Grounds Ahane 1-15 Adare 1-12 Limerick SHC First Round May 28 Bruff Garryspillane 1-16 Dromin-Athlacca 1-8 Limerick SHC First Round May 28 ...
Bruff R.F.C. - Notable Players
... The 2008-09 season saw the return of Peter Malone to Bruff as Player/Forwards coach ... George Hook stated that Gerard O'Dwyer (a former player for Bruff GAA Club and Bruff RFC in the 1978/1979 season) moved to Finland and was pivotal in ...