MUNGRET ST PAUL’S GAA CLUB NOTES
SCOR NA nOG
Anybody interested in taking part in Scór na nÓg 2022 and representing
Mungret St Pauls GAA club please contact
Anne on 087 6659817.
There are 7 events/disciplines in Scór na nÓg that cover all aspects
of Irish culture. Scór na nÓg is for people under 17 years .
1Rince Foirne Céilí (Figure Dancing)
2Amhránaíocht Aonair (Solo Singing)
4Ceol Uirlise (Instrumental Music)
6Bailéad Ghrúpa (Ballad Group)
7.Rince Seit (Set Dancing )
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.
The opening round of the Littlewoods National League kicked off on
Saturday 5th Feb when Limerick Camogie took on Kilkenny in John Lockes
Unfortunately, the first game for the Limerick Senior Camogie team
ended in defeat when they were beaten 1-18 to 1-10. The new look team,
of which our very own Ailbhe Larkin played at number 10, put in a
serious effort, but just didn’t come out the right side of the result
against a strong Kilkenny.
The All Ireland Minor Championship (Round 1) also kicked off at the
weekend when the Limerick Minor Camogie team went head-to-head against
Tipperary in Pairc Mhic Ghearailt. It was a tough day at the office
for MSPCamogie player Amy O’Halloran and her teammates, who gave it
their everything in terrible weather conditions. Full time score:
Limerick 0-03 Tipperary 1-15
Analog Devices Limerick:
We would like to give a BIG thank you to Analog Devices Limerick for
their recent donation of €1000 to Mungret St Pauls Camogie club! This
wonderful donation is very welcome and will be put to great use
kicking off the 2022 training calendar!
“Doing good, feels good, for everyone involved”!
Calling all parents, guardians or adult members of #MSPCamogie!
We are currently looking to fill the voluntary role of:
**Camogie Club Registrar**
The primary role of the registrar in is to manage member registrations
& membership renewals each year. The ideal person will have very good
organisational skills, computer literacy & good written communication
skills in order to ensure that memberships are processed in a timely
and secure manner. There will be full onboarding given by the outgoing
You will also get to work within a lovely camogie committee who’s
combined vision is to ensure the efficient running of the club for
everyone to enjoy!
Interested in applying? Please contact our chairperson Grainne on 086 889 4193
Underage Football training for U6,U8, and U10 resumes Saturday week
19th February. Times are as follows..U6 and U8 at 10am, U10 at 11am,
and U12 at 12pm. New members always welcome.