Mungret/St Paul’s GAA Club Notes:

Limerick Players:
We were delighted to have 13 #MSPCamogie players take part in the U13 Camogie development hub (city) over the last 5 weeks. Coaching was led by #MSPCamogies Alan Browne who brought a wealth of experience to the group. The future is indeed bright!
Limerick Camogie U16 A: Well done to Jayne Casey, Sarah Horgan & Molly Tobin who wore the green and white yet again on Sunday when they took on Galway Camogie in the all ireland championship. Unfortunately, Galway came away with the win in the end after a battle. Full time score: Limerick 1-08 Galway 2-09
Well done to Sean Donnelly who got to play at half time with the Primary Games team, this is a great honor well done Sean.
Well done to Ruairi Dwane who played against Offaly and Wexford on Saturday 20 May 2023 with the Limerick U-14 Hurling team.
Congratulations also to our U-15 Limerick players, Killian Begley and Rory Gleeson who beat Cork at the weekend and to Rory O’Callaghan who played in the Limerick jersey also.
Well done to the U15 and U14 players who played on Saturday 27 May. The 14s played Clare while the U15s travelled to Wicklow. Mungret St. Pauls are very proud to be represented by Adam Bennett in U14 and Amhlaoibh Bohane and Jack Dervan in U15, unfortunately Jack O’Sullivan was unable to play today.
Limerick U-16’s footballers played Galway in Mick Neville Park. Well done to Mungret St. Pauls players Conor Mangan, Conor O’Longaigh, Daniel O’Connell, Liam Ahern & AaronMorrow.

The U16 B cup semi final took place last Tuesday night in the Crescent Comp where #MSPCamogie took on Granagh Ballingarry. We put up a great battle but unfortunately the visitors left with the win.
Hard luck girls. Full time score: #MSPCamogie 1-05 Granagh Ballingarry: 2-11

Cul Camp:
€40,000 up for grabs for Limerick GAA clubs through Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps on-pack competition. We would love if you would choose Mungret St. Pauls as your club for a chance to win the €40,000.

U-13 Hurling:
It was another busy Thursday evening on 25 May 2023 as both our U-13 hurlers fielded. The Division 3 team were out in Monaleen where they played a very competitive game with both sides giving it everything they had. It was Mungret St. Pauls that proved to be the stronger of the two sides on this meeting. Well done to our 12 year olds on their impressive performance.
Mungret St. Pauls 2-8 Monaleen 1-3
Our Division 2 team welcomed Ahane to Mungret as they started the game it was evident that Mungret St. Pauls was the stronger team as Ahane failed to score.
After four out of seven matches our Division 2 team are in top position with five wins and five more games to go. The Division 3 team are in third place in their group with three wins and one loss.
Division 2 team fields again on Thursday 8 June with the Division 3 team not playing until Thursday 22 June.

Junior A Hurling:
Mungret St. Pauls 2-32 Ahane 0-10
On Thursday 25 May the Junior A Hurlers played Ahane in Mungret in the second game of the day for both clubs as the U-13 hurlers played each other previous. This was a game where Mungret St. Pauls dominated but Ahane did not make it too easy as they attacked each ball. It was a great opportunity for Mungret St. Pauls to try out some runs. This was the last game in the group rounds, Mungret finish second from top with three wins, one loss and one draw. They now wait for the next fixture.

Senior Hurling:
Mungret St. Pauls 1-21 Na Piarsaigh 1-23
This was a great game with a lot of battling on the pitch, it was a very tight game. The first half saw the sides level four times with Mungret St. Pauls having a point lead at the break back out again it did not take Na Piarsaigh long to level the game again. They drew another four times in the second half but the Na Piarsaigh goal divided the sides, Mungret St. Pauls kept pushing ahead and only left two points between the sides as the game was called with an unfortunate injury to one of the Na Piarsaigh players which we wish him well on his recovery.
This was the last game in this group with Mungret St. Pauls finishing in a respectable third place, they now prepare for the Championship.