Mungret/St Paul’s GAA Club Notes:

Limerick Camogie:
We are delighted for Rosa Harrington, Eilis O’Neill and Saoirse Browne who have been selected for the U14 Limerick Camogie development squad for 2024. Also a big well done to all the #MSPCamogie players who took part in the five weeks of hub training!
Each and every one of you did us proud.
Best of luck Eilis, Rosa, Saoirse and the entire squad, it will be great to see you in the green and white throughout the year!
Well done to the 4 #MSPCamogie U17 Limerick players Jayne Casey, Molly Tobin, Sarah Horgan and Clodagh Nestor who headed to Frank McNamara park on Sunday with their teammates to take on hosts Clare.
Unfortunately Clare came away with the win on the day, but only by a few points.

Limerick Players:
Well done to the Limerick U-20 Footballers who drew to Tipperary on Friday 15 March 2024 in their first round game. Mungret St. Pauls had players Jason Hassett in the backs and Diarmaid Hynes who scored the final point for Limerick to level the game. We also have Jack Somers on the panel but he was unable to play. Well done men, a very proud moment for your family and the club.
We also had Limerick U-16 Footballers Amhlaoibh Bohane, Jamie Curtin and Jack Dervan playing a challenge match Saturday morning, 16 March 2024 against Laois finishing the game with a goal separating the sides, Laois the winners.
The U-17 Limerick footballers were also out in a challenge against Carlow with them coming off the pitch with the win. Well done to our club players Conor O’Lonaigh, Rory Mullins and Daniel O’Connell.

School Hurling:
Well done to the City Mackey Hurling team who unfortunately lost to a strong South team in Mick Neville Park yesterday, Wednesday 13 March 2024. Mungret St Paul’s were represented by Gaelscoil an Raithín students; Jack Houlihan, Eoin Hardiman and Robert Purtill. Well done boys a great honor to play for your school and club.

Junior Football:
Mungret St. Pauls 0-8 St. Patricks 1-8
On Friday 15 March 2024 in Rhebogue our Premier Junior A Footballers played in the City East South Intermediate Football League. It was a slow start for Mungret St. Pauls with St. Patricks getting the first score in Mungret St. Pauls first point came near the end of the first quarter. We managed three points in the first half with a few missed opportunities, St. Patricks had a three point lead going in at the break. Back out and Mungret St. Pauls kept working the ball up the pitch but only converted five balls into scores while St. Patricks got a ball into the net which is what separated the two sides by the fill time although there was a last kick attempt by our forwards from a free to try level the score but it went wide.