MUNGRET ST.PAUL’S GAA CLUB NOTES
Big congratulations are in order to our very own MSPCamogie player Amy O’Halloran and the entire Limerick Camogie Minor Panel for 2022! The future of camogie is bright! Best of luck Amy.
Following on from the club AGM and with the new development and the expansion of players in our club we are looking for volunteers to come forward and fill in some positions that are available, you will be working within a group and will be supported.
* Public Relations (PR)
*GAA activities for children with special and additional needs.
Please text your name to Maurice Walsh on 086-8239000.
There have been some changes to the back pitches as they got a bit of a clean up in the last few weeks, the tree stumps have been removed separating the sand base pitch and the pitch behind the hurling wall. All the stumps have been removed from the back of the hurling wall as well.
On Sunday 6 February our U-13 hurlers boarded a bus and travelled across country to Co Wexford. They stopped off at Glynn Barntown GAA club where they split the players into two groups and played a very competitive game against the home team. After the challenge the players filed back onto the bus and moved up the road a little to Wexford Park where they enjoyed the Limerick V. Wexford match. Unfortunately it was not the result we were looking for but every Mungret St. Pauls player enjoyed their day out. They resume training this weekend.