Mungret St. Pauls would like to wish John Kiely and all the Limerick panel the very best of Luck in the Final on Sunday. Unfortunately not everyone who had requested tickets were able to get their hands on one, this was widespread through all Limerick clubs. We hope that no matter where you end up watching or listening to the match you will still wear your green and white and support Limerick. LUIMNEACH ABU.
Thank you so much to everyone who has already dropped off their bags to us, we are still accepting donations for our Cash for Clobber. The next drop off is this Saturday 21 August from 10am to 11.30am at the Changing rooms.
What we can accept are Clothes (clean and dry), shoes (paired and clean), duvet covers, curtains, belts and handbags
We are NOT able to accept toys, electrical items, duvets and pillows. This may be our only fundraiser for the year so make sure to spread the word.
Please adhere to social distancing when dropping off your donation.
Please note the shop will reopen on Tuesday 24 August 2021 at 7pm.
Mungret St. Pauls would like to extend their Deepest Sympathies to the Garvey family on the passing of David, father to P.J. (Junior Hurling coach), father in law to Sheila, grandfather to players Conor and James and their partners, all other relatives and friends.
Mungret St. Pauls 1-9 Belville Gaels 3-12
On Tuesday 10 August our U-19 B Footballers opened their championship by hosting Belville Gaels in what was a keenly contested game, unfortunately for Mungret St. Pauls the scores were not there but they represented the club very well.
On Thursday 12 August Mungret St. Pauls had 2 teams out, the Division 1 team traveled out to Oola where they met their match as both teams battled it out the final result was a draw. Mungret St. Pauls 0-7 Oola 1-4
Our Division 2 team played Ahane at home, faced with a slightly bigger team our younger players really put it up to Ahane and they were rewarded with a win. Mungret St. Pauls 2-6 Ahane 3-2.
Both teams played a fantastic game of football with great skill and teamwork on display with hard earned results.
Mungret St. Pauls 1-26 Adare 0-10
The opening match of the Championship for our Premier U-19 Hurlers was played in Askeaton against Adare on Friday 13 August. Mungret St. Pauls lead the way throughout with Adare getting most of their scores from frees. This was a great chance for Mungret St Pauls to stretch their legs and start out their Championship campaign.
Mungret St.Pauls 3-19 Drom Broadford 1-6
On Sunday 15 August our Junior A Footballers opened their championship with a fantastic win over Drom Broadford when they played in Ballingarry.
Mungret St. Pauls started the game with a ball in the net and a point before Drom Broadford got their feet going. A second goal with two more points before Drom Broadford responded with 2 points. Mungret St Paul’s continued with an additional six points to Drom Broadfords weaker reply of kne more point before the half time. Mungret St Paul’s 2-9 Drom Broadford 0-4
After the break Drom Broadford came firing out the gates scoring a goal and two points within the starting minutes of the second half but were still no threat to Mungret St. Pauls who began their scoring spree finishing off the game with another 10 points and their hat trick of goals for the game.
Team; Darren Coffey, Darragh O’Connor, John O’Donovan, Gearoid Hanrahan, David Aherne, Breandan O’hAnnaigh, Jack McCarthy, Darren Horan, Sean Moran, Colin Rochford, James Garvey, James Killian, Eoin Ryan (Bosco), Eoin Ryan, Dara Bridgeman, Kieran Bolger, Denis Giltenane, Mark Moroney, Conor Long, Eoin O’Callaghan, Cillian O’Gorman, David Geary, Brian Naughton, Darragh O’Hagan, Neil O’Driscoll, Peter O’Donovan, Michael Uwatse, Rory Cahill, Colm Quilligan, Conor Garvey.