Wow, we are delighted with the amount raised by everyone for Milford Hospice. We started the target at €1000 hoping to raise that amount but to be breaking €8000 is unbelievable.
We know Joe would be ecstatic with that amount raise and very pleased for it to go to Milford Hospice.
Well done to all the men who raised awareness for cancer and to everyone of you that added to our fundraiser, every euro donated was greatly appreciated especially at this time of year.
Thank you all on behalf of the Harrington family and Mungret St Paul’s GAA club and Milford Hospice as well.
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The Ladies Football AGM was successful. We have a few new faces on board, and its all systems go for the season ahead.
Well done to county underage players who received their Munster u14 and u16 medals on Friday last. Gillian Buckley, Emma O Rourke, Katie O Mahony, Molly O Mahony, Anna Coughlan, Anna Nealon, Caoimhe Hennessy and Niamh Stackpoole.
SHEOSAIMH MHIC DONNCHADHA Comhghairdeas le CLG Mungairit/Naomh Pól a bhain bonn airgid amach ag Bronnadh Fhondúireacht Sheosaimh Mhic Donnchadha i bPáirc an Chrócaigh thar an deireadh seachtaine seo. Tá an-chuid oibre déanta sa chlub ó thaobh úsáid na Gaeilge agus oidhreacht na Gaeilge a chur chun cinn. Anuraidh bhí Bonn Cré-Umha bainte amach agus i mbliana tá bonn Airgid. Beatha teanga í a labhairt. Comghairdeas freisin le hÁth an tSléibhe, Dún Bleisce agus Áth Dara freisin a bhain boinn Cré Umha amach i mbliana. Luimneach Abú! #GAAgaeilge #FSMD
Well done to our U-13 hurlers who had a late night on Friday 2 December as they were invited to take part in the Tony Houlihan Memorial tournament hosted by Adare GAA. Charleville and Newcastle West were also in attendance. Each team got to play a 15 minute match against each other before two semi Finals were played. Mungret St. Pauls played hosts Adare in a thrilling game of hurling. Going in as underdogs at the first half they came back out and battled every ball and found themselves on the healthy side of the score board when the final whistle was played to go through to the Final but they had to wait for Charleville to play Newcastle West to see who they play next, this also was a game with a twist in the end with Charleville overturning Newcastle West to meet us in the final. Our boys were ready for the physical game that unfolded having met Charleville already in our own Liam O’Donoughe tournament a few months ago they knew that had a tough battle ahead and they did but they put everything they had into the game and with the very cold air kicking in they pushed on but were very unlucky to come off in second place. Well done to all our U-13 players for a great year of hurling given to the club, we now see the players aged 13 go up to U-15s next year and wish them well as the 12s take on a higher division in the U-13 group than they played this year.
Thank you to Adare GAA for hosting the tournament and to Tonys family who attended to see some great skill on the pitch. We look forward to meeting you again next year.
Mungret St. Pauls are pleased to announce that they are taking part in the Every Step counts in January. We will have more details coming up in the new year so get your runners ready, your fitbit charged and the Irish Life app downloaded.
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