Lismore GAA Club was targeted by vandals on two separate instances over the long weekend, as windows on their facilities were smashed.

On the morning of St Patrick’s Day, the first broken window was discovered at the GAA clubhouse, according to a Lismore GAA committee member. It is believed that the damage occurred on the night of March 16, as a rock was thrown through the double-glazed window.

The second instance of vandalism was discovered on Friday at the GAA Community Centre in the heart of the town, where again windows were smashed when rocks were thrown through them.

Speaking with The Avondhu, a Lismore GAA committee member noted that both incidents have now been reported to Gardaí …

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