Mungret St. Pauls 2-7 Crecora Manister 0-5
In Caherdavin on Tuesday 31 May 2022 our Junior footballers took on Crecora Manister in the City East Intermediate Football Final where it was the subs that made an impact.
It was a very low scoring first half so much that there was a call to the sideline to see if twitter had gone down. All the scores came in the first 10 minutes with both sides on two points each. Back out it was Crecora Manister that took the lead for a few minutes while Mungret St. Pauls but there was a lot of pressure on the goals with two missed opportunities the third eventually hit the net. With new legs on the pitch and on the first touch of the ball it was pointed swiftly followed with a second point. This quickly gave Mungret St. Pauls a five point lead. Crecora Manister managed another point from play before Mungret St. Pauls saw the game home with a second goal and final point.
Well done to the players and management. They don’t get a chance to take a break as they are back out again in the County Semi Final.
Both our U-13 teams were out again on Thursday 2 June, with our younger players at home to Belville Gaels our older players travelled to Monaleen.
Both these games were jam packed with skill. Our Division 1 team held a lead for the first half but the second half did not go their way as Monaleen took over and won most of our kickouts. These two sides will meet again but at present Monaleen tops the group with Mungret St. Pauls in second place having only lost this game so far. Final Score Mungret St. Pauls 2-3 Monaleen 2-9.
Our younger team welcomed Belville Gaels to the senior pitch where they put on a great performance, it took them a few minutes to settle into the game but once they had they used great team work to weave the ball up the pitch and take a score. Well done to our younger team who also are second in their group just under Monaleens second team with another six teams to play. Final Score Mungret St. Pauls 2-8 Belville Gaels 2-4
Mungret St. Pauls would like to wish all our players the very best of Luck as they sit their Leaving Cert and Junior Cert, remember your results don’t define you. “Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated.” —R. Collier
Hugh congratulations to the Limerick Senior Hurlers in the Munster Hurling win over Clare.
Well done to Louis Dee and Niall Mulcahy who are on the Kerry hurling panel and had a brilliant game against Antrim coming from 10 points down to lose by one point in the final of the Joe Mc Donagh Cup on Saturday June 4 it was great to see them both playing in Croke Park.
On Saturday 4 June the U-17 Limerick Sarsfield hurlers took on North Cork in the Corn John Scott Final in the TUS Gaelic Grounds. There was great support there for our own Mark O’Brien and Robert O’Brien from Mungret St. Pauls but unfortunately it was not their day.
Limerick Camogie:
Senior: Ailbhe Larkin and Aoife Morrissey represented Limerick this weekend v Kilkenny.
Junior: Jenny Ryan and Olivia Kerins faced off against Roscommon.
Unfortunately, it was not to be for either team on the day.
U16A: Congrats to Cliona Byrne and her Limerick Camogie teammates who had a 1 point win over Galway Camogie at the weekend.
Mungret St. Pauls would like to extend their condolences to Gary Cotter, former Chairman of Mungret Regional Soccer club and to the Cotter and O’Sulivan families on the passing of Anna.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dilís
Many thanks to all the families that took part in the LIDL One Good Club challenge last Sunday.In what was a beautiful afternoon, families were tasked with finding 20 red and white objects around the GAA Grounds in the fastest time. It was fun for all the family, and well-done to the Morgan Family who secured first place.
A great competition on Monday 30 May for Mungret St. Pauls U7, a blitz where Mungret St. Pauls took on South Liberties and Crecora, over 90 kids took to the pitches. They even got a pep talk from Cian O’Brien, senior Mungret Captain.

Well done to our U-14 Limerick Footballers who were out playing 2 matches on Friday 3 June with mixed results and received their county gear from Billy Lee the next morning. Well done to Amhlaoibh Bohane, Alan Cleary, George Lloyd, Jack O’Sullivan and Thomas O’Donaill. Well done to Madison Stanners and Lorna Horgan in representing Limerick last Saturday in the Primary Game, at the Munster Football Final.