U-15 Footballers were out at the weekend with two teams and both achieving a win over Wicklow. Well done to Conor Mangan, Rory Mullins, Conor O’Lonaigh and Liam Ahern who were playing. Dermot Earley Football tournament Results: Limerick team1 2-8 Wicklow team1 0-7 Limerick team2 4-9 Wicklow team2 1-10
There was a special appearance on Saturday evening in Mungret St Pauls as a Kerry and Laois masters football match was played. This was an enjoyable game made even more special when we had our own Junior Footballer, Noel Kelly take to the pitch in the Kerry jersey. Kerry took the win with ease in the end.
Congratulations to St. Nessans U-13 hurlers on their Sheild win over Milford last week.
There was a challenge hurling match between St. Pauls and Patrickswell national schools. We had players on both teams with the game ending in a draw.
Well done to all our players who have represented their schools during the year.
The Limerick Camogie team headed to Cappamore on Saturday to meet Offally camogie in the GlenDimplex All Ireland Round 3 (Pride Round)
MSPCamogies Ailbhe Larkin and Aoife Morrissey along with their team mates were delighted to come away with their first win after a ding-dong tussle that could have gone either way, to give themselves a chance of reaching the final six. It was a notable turnaround for Limerick, given that the Faithful women had banished them to Division 2 of the National League with a loss two months ago. Full time score: Limerick 0-11 Offally 0-9
This was a busy week for our U8S & 10s, with the first of Limerick Camogies county blitzes kicking off. They had over 20 clubs participating in what was a very enjoyable and fun weekend of camogie. 300 girls from across Limerick clubs showed off their brilliant skills and enthusiasm as they wore their club colours with great pride and passion. And we are delighted to say that the red and white of #MSPCamogie was well represented by our U10 crew, both in Ahane on Thursday night and then Caherelly (St Ailbes) on Monday night. And our U8s on home ground! Well done girls!!!
Our U14s headed to Martinstown on Tuesday to take on Kilmallock Camogie
They put up a great performance but were unlucky to loose out by a couple of scores in the end. Keep up the good work!
“Tesco Camán 2 Croker 2022”- August 16th, Croke Park
Is aimed at U12 Camogie teams and is part of the wider Gaelic Games Go Games Activity Days Schedule.
And Mungret St Pauls Camogie are DELIGHTED to announce that we are one of the lucky clubs chosen to take part on the day out of 400 applications!! We cant wait to hit Croke Park on August 16th!! Details to follow in the coming weeks!
Mungret St. Pauls 2-14 Feenagh Kilmeedy 1-7
On Monday 13 June 2022 our Junior Footballers travelled to Kilbreedy to play the County Intermediate Football League Semi Final. A Great game unfolded for the supporters as Mungret St. Pauls edged in front but it was the younger legs on the pitch that pushed it through to the fantastic finish.
Ask not what your Club can do for you…
Dad (age prehistoric) off to play the Intermediate League Final V Croom in Na Piarsaigh, Ruadhán (10) off to play U11 hurling V Newtownshandrum away, Íseult off to play U10 camogie v Ballincurra Gaels away, Senán (6) off to play U7 football blitz v Kildimo/Pallaskenry away, Aifric (4) – mascot supporter. Mungairit abú!
Mungret St. Pauls 2-6 St. Kierans 0-7
On Thursday 16 June 2022 our younger U-13 team playing in Division 3 took the journey to St. Kierans where they took on the hosts this was a tight enough game as both sides are high up on the table after 5 games. This was a showcase of skill throughout with 2 strong goals from Mungret St. Pauls it was these that made the difference in the final score. Well done to our players and coaches.
Mungret St. Pauls 4-3 Ballybrown 1-4
On Sunday 19 June 2022 our older team welcomed neighbours to the senior pitch. Mungret St. Pauls held the play book for most of this game but with a lot of wides in the first half and the aid of a strong breeze they could have distanced themselves more as Ballybrown came back stronger in the second half but Mungret St. Pauls kept the pressure on and secured a good win.
Mungret St. Pauls 1-7 Ballybricken Bohermore 1-12
On Thursday 16 June 2022 our junior football team travelled to Ahane to play Ballybricken Bohermore in the County Junior A Football Semi Final, it was a low scoring first half, with only 2 points each but Ballybricken Bohermore were awarded a penalty at the end of the first half to give them the lead with the goal. Ballybricken Bohermore were quick to score again at the restart adding on 3 points before Mungret St. Pauls replied with three unreplied points to bring it back to goal separating both sides. Into the final quarter Mungret St. Pauls saw themselves down to 14 men for ten minutes and Ballybricken Bohermore hit hard with four points. Back to the full team Mungret St. Pauls struck the net bringing it to a four point game but it was too little too late as on the final kick of the ball Ballybricken Bohermore move it to five points between them giving them the win.
Progress continues on our club development, on a no. of fronts. We are inviting all members to the Clubhouse next Wed 22 June at 8.45pm to an open meeting. The main purpose of the meeting is to update all members on progress of the development. Look forward to seeing you there
Mungret St. Pauls 1-13 Croom 3-9
On Friday 17 June 2022 our Junior footballers and Croom met in Na Piarsaigh for the County Intermediate Football League Final, Croom were strong for most of the game but their laps in play was where Mungret St. Pauls pulled themselves back into the game. Even into the final minutes of the game it was still anyone’s game to win as Mungret St. Pauls finished well.
Croom had scored a goal and four points before Mungret St. Pauls pointed a placed ball to get the score board working added to it with another 2 points Croom hit the net for a second time. A run of scores from Mungret St. Pauls ending with a goal leveled the game and with one final score for Croom before the break was the only point separating the sides.
The game opened with a point for Mungret St. Pauls and then Croom powered ahead again with another goal and three points. Five pointed frees for Mungret St. Pauls followed with just the one point between the sides again and time running out. It was a Croom kick out and unfortunately for Mungret St. Pauls it was Croom that won possession and sealed the game with a final point. Well done to the players, management and supporters.