Mungret/St Paul’s GAA Club Notes:

Volunteer Award:
News filtered out on Friday evening of the Volunteer in Sports Award winners from all over Ireland, one in each county, with the presentation ceremony taking place on Thursday 29 February in Blanchardstown in Dublin. Mungret St. Pauls were delighted to announce that one of our own was declared the County Limerick winner for her tireless work in promoting the club though photos and compiling the weekly newsletter. Congratulations to Wanda Dwane.
The club newsletter which is published every Wednesday with the help of the Camogie Pro Annie Browne and Ladies Football Pros Mary Murphy, Tadhg Murnane and coming on board this year is Lisa Reilly, provides information on events, matches, lotto results and the general goings on in the club.
If you have not seen the newsletter check out our website, the newsletter link is at the bottom of the page. Sign yourself up to get the link emailed directly to you each week by the link on the website and you will never miss out all that is happening in the club.

Limerick Camogie:
We are proud of our #MSPCamogie ladies Clodagh Nestor, Sarah Horgan, Molly Tobin & Jayne Casey who have made the U17 Limerick Camogie panel. Their dedication and hard work does not go unseen and 4 better ambassadors for the club you could not find! Mungret Abu!

Ladies Football:
Gaelic4Mothers&Others continues every Tuesday evening at 8pm in the Astro area. Bring on your Mam’s, Sister’s, Aunt’s, Wife, Girlfriend etc. It a fun filled hour with like minded ladies. Contact Cath for more details 0876533347.
Mungret St.Pauls LGFA would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the O’Mahony Family on the sudden passing of John O’Mahony. Our thoughts are with his wife Trish, sons Mark and JT and his daughters Katie and Molly at this very difficult time.
John was a much loved member of the ladies football club a very proud father of his children and the best of company on our many trips. He will be missed deeply.
Ar dhéis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.

County Players:
Well done to Killian Begley, Rory Gleeson and Oisin Donnelly who played against Cork on Saturday 10 February 2024 in Cork with the U-16 Limerick Hurling Academy. We also have Rory O’Callaghan on the panel but was unavailable.
Best of Luck to the U-17 and U-20 Limerick Football panels for 2024
Mungret St. Pauls are proud to have players representing us on both panels.
Well done to Daniel O’Connell, Rory Mullins and Conor O’Longaigh on the U-17 panel and to Diarmaid Hynes, Jack Somers and Jason Hassett on the U-20 panel.
Mungret St. Pauls also had Senior Hurler Niall Mulcahy playing on the Kerry hurling team in their last two games against Carlow and Down unfortunatly both games saw Kerry take a loss but Niall managed to get points scored in both matches.
Well done men, Mungret St. Pauls are very proud of you all.

Primary Schools:
Sarsfield medals were presented during the week in CBS Íosagáin on Sexton St, Mungret St. Pauls are delighted to have Hugh Battelle, Ruadhan O’hAnnaigh, Eoghan Hardiman and Ciaran Maher receiving medals.