Mungret/St Paul’s GAA Club Notes:

St. Patricks Day:
Come join us on St. Patricks Day in the Community Centre for some
‘Ceol agus Craic’ with Martin Grace – renowned performer from Nenagh.
Music from 7 to 9pm approx. Looking forward to seeing you all there.
All the family welcome!!

Ladies Football:
Well done to Eilis O Neill, Sophia Neville, Emma Somers and Sive
Finnerty who wore the green jersey with pride against Laois at the
weekend. Carol Bateman and the Junior Limerick Football team had a
nice win over Carlow on Sunday last, a 2 point win for Limerick 1.11
to Carlow 1.09. This sees Limerick through to the National League
Semi Final in a few weeks time against Leitrim. The club Minor
footballers had the boots well dusted off for their first outing of
the season, they were home to GalteeGaels and after a good sporting
game, Mungret triumphed. Final score Mungret 1.08 GalteeGaels 1.06.

Limerick Camogie:
A fantastic weekend was had by Limerick Camogie with both the Seniors
and Juniors coming away with wins! The Seniors v Down and the Juniors
against Antrim
Well done to Ailbhe Larkin and Olivia Kerins who are part of the
respective panels.

Junior Football:
Mungret St. Pauls 3-10 Claughaun 0-10
In the Crescent College Comprehensive pitch on Saturday 9 March 2024
the opening match of Intermediate Football League was played in dry
but cold weather. This was a great opening match for our players where
each of them were tested with great battles for the ball and some well
taken scores on both sides. It was Mungret St. Pauls with the goals
that took the first win of the year for the footballers.

U-11 Hurling:
Well done to all players who are taking part in the Cumann na mBunscol
U-11 indoor Hurling. Well done to St. Nessans National School who won
the A City title and now go on to play in the County Final in
Caherconlish on 15 March. Best of Luck boys.

Oifigeach na Gaeilge:
Le linn Seachtain na Gaeilge bhí Naomh Pól Mungairit gnóthach ag eagrú
ceol na nÓg do mhuintir óg na háite. Is léir go bhfuil ceol san aer
san cheantar!

Mayoral Reception:
It was a great honor for Mungret St. Pauls GAA club to be invited to
the Council Chamber, County Hall, Dooradoyle on Wednesday 6 March 2023
by Cllr Gerald Mitchell, Mayor of the City and County of Limerick for
a Limerick City and County Council, Mayoral Reception.
This event was in recognition of the clubs achievements both on and
off the pitch.
Thank you to all who made this possible, especially Councillor Dan Mc
Sweeney and Councilor Gerald Mitchell and for attending.

Limerick Players:
Limerick U-15 Footballers were in Rathkeale on Saturday 9 March 2024
when they played Laois. It was a game of two half’s. Limerick kept
Laois to scoring only 1 point in the second half but Laois held on to
win by a goal. 5-7 to 4-7. Mungret St. Pauls are proud to have Adam
Bennett and Cathal Sweeney on the panels.