Murroe is home to an abundance of thriving sports and special interest organisations that are volunteer driven and inclusive.
Murroe/Boher GAA Club was founded in 1887 and is one of the oldest clubs in the county. Hurling, Bord na nÓg, Camogie, and Gaelic Football Clubs are open to all to join.
Murroe Wood Park is a community recreation and sports facility located in the village. The park is 6 acres in size and includes a walking track as well as future plans for a skatepark and multi-use building.
Murroe/Boher Community Games Athletics take place at Glenstal Abbey every May.
Murroe Boher Community Games will be participating in the Aldi Community Games August Festival, taking place in University of Limerick.
Marian Active Retirement Club
The Marian Social Club was formed in 1991 and is affiliated to the Active Retirement Network Ireland. The group meets weekly at the Muintir na Tíre Hall to play cards or bingo. Throughout the year there are workshops held of special interest to members. The club members also have an annual summer break for 2-3 days in various locations in Ireland.
Mulcair Men's Shed was founded in 2016. Based in the Abington Enterprise Centre, the group was set up for the benefit of all men in the region. It encourages socialising through projects and hobbies, with the aim of making new friends.
The 14th Limerick scout group, Murroe/Boher Scouts Group is organised and run by a team of volunteers. Established in 1984, dedicated to bringing kids outdoors in the spirit of adventure, it is now one of the largest, and largest growing, scout groups in Limerick.
Boher Macra (Macra na Feirme) is an Irish voluntary rural youth organisation. It provides a social outlet for members in sport, travel, public speaking, performing arts, community involvement & agriculture.
Murroe Church Choir
There are junior and senior choirs. The Murroe Senior Church Choir was founded in 2000 and the Junior Church Choir in 2005. From small beginnings the choirs have grown in both membership and repertoire, boasting an extensive collection of songs, both liturgical and non-liturgical, ranging from unison pieces to pieces in four and five part harmonies in Irish, English, Latin and Italian.
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