St Patrick’s G.A.A. Club Notes:

Senior Football Championship:
All roads lead to Mick Neville Park Rathkeale this coming Friday 21st April when St Patricks take on Newcastle West in the Senior Football Championship. This contest should be well worth the trip with both teams reaching the business end of championship in recent seasons they will look to get off to a good start. Best of luck to manager Kieran Dore, Coach James Hanrahan selectors Myles Halpin, Darren Hanrahan and kit man Tim O Connor and the panel of players. Please support our team on the night.
U15 Division 1 Football:
St Patricks 2- 9 Monaleen 0-02.
Well done to our U14 County champions from last year, who started off their U15 campaign with a 2-09 to 0-02 win over neighbours Monaleen.
U16 Hurling Championship:
Southside Gaels 7-22 Kilmallock 0-06
A big win for Southside Gaels in Rhebogue in the first round of the U16 hurling championship. Well done to all involved on a great start.
Moran goal proves crucial for Limerick:
Well done to St Patricks Calvin Moran who came on early in the second half with Limerick a point up Calvin scored a cracking goal that proved crucial in a 1-10 to 0-09 win over Waterford in the Munster minor football championship.
Minor A Football Championship:

Kildimo/Pallaskenry 2-18 St Patricks 1-14
Our minor footballers lost out in their first championship game in Kildimo on Friday.
This was a very good game of football played in great spirit by both teams. Leading going into the last ten minutes but Kildimo/Pallaskenry finished very strongly to beat our lads, deservedly in the end. Some real encouraging performances from a young team.
Girls lose out in Minor County League Final:
Unfortunately a loss on the night for Groody Gaels minor girls football team against a strong St Ailbes side, but a big achievement to reach a county final. There is great progress at all levels in Girls/Ladies football to be proud of.
Easter Camp A Great Success:
Another great Easter camp was held in Rhebogue over the holidays. Over 65 boys and girls attended, all learning new skills in hurling, camogie and football, making new friends and lots of enjoyment had by all. Thanks to Limerick star and our very own Gearoid Hegarty for taking time out to help with the coaching.
Team Limerick Clean-up:
Thanks to all club members led by stalwarts Eamonn Phelan and Paddy Quilligan who helped at the #TLC3 clean up at St Patricks GAA in Rhebogue on Good Friday. Braving the poor weather conditions to have the club and surrounding areas in pristine condition.