Mungret St Pauls will hold its AGM on Sunday 30th January 2022. The following vacancies will need to be filled, Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer and Child Welfare officer. Nominations for these positions, and any motions must to be submitted to secretary by text, phone or email no later than Sunday 23rd January on 086 823 9000 or
In support of Ireland Lights Up 2022, the MyLife/GAA Every Step Counts Challenge will be postponed by one week. The challenge will now run from Wednesday, 19th January to midnight on 23rd February. Mungret St. Pauls have signed up to the My Life challenge. If you have not done so and want a way to increase your steps during January why not join in the MyLife’s latest challenge in partnership with the GAA Community & Health department. Every Step Counts 2022. This challenge is in support of GAA club and community members taking part in Ireland Lights Up 2022.
We’re asking our club to track a collective 4,000km over 5 weeks (that’s roughly the distance around Ireland!) To take part simply register with Mungret St. Pauls via the My life app
Mungret St Paul’s regret to announce the passing of Mary Foster (Howard).
Mary regularly attended the lotto draw on a Monday night in the club for many years and will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Our Deepest Sympathies to her family, Maeve, Grainne, Fionnuala and Eoin, their partners and children and to the extended Foster and Howard family, friends and neighbours.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dilís
Don’t be surprised if you start to see Kerry flags flying high around Limerick as we are delighted to have two of our hurlers on the Kerry hurling panel. Louis Dee and Niall Mulcahy both qualified through their parents, Gerard Dee hails from Kerry as does Eileen Mulcahy nee O’Connor. Louis started the game against Tipperary in goals while Niall was named on the substitutions. They are joined by another Limerick player Paudie Ahern from Killeedy. After Kerry’s win they now play Limerick in the next round. We wish Louis and Niall the Best of Luck in their games.
Shane Barry was a starting player in the Limerick Football match against Tipperary in their second round match in the McGrath Cup unfortunately they were just unlucky when Tipperary scored a last minute winning point. This loss knocked Limerick out from going forward in the McGrath cup.
Congratulations to Ardscoil Rís on progressing to the Semi Final of the Harty Cup after a win against Midleton CBS. Mungret St. Pauls had Fintan Fitzgerald come on in the second half. Ardscoil Rís now play Thurles CBS in two weeks, we wish them the best of luck in the Semi Final.