Our intermediate footballers were back in Championship action over the weekend when they took on City rivals St Patricks in Claughaun on Friday night.
In a fairly dour first half we managed two points from the boots of Kieran Daly and Dylan Cronin and trailed at the break 1-3 to 0-2.
The second half was much better and the performance rose 10 fold. We had four unanswered points from Anthony Kavanagh, Evan Egan(2) and Dylan Cronin.
We were attacking in droves at this stage and Evan and Ruairi O Connaill added two further points to increase the lead.
St Pats hit back with a brace of their own but in the final ten minutes we dominated possession and added a super goal from Dean McLoughlin and points from Kieran Daly and Dylan Cronin.
In spite of 11 added minutes in the second half we held on strong to record a 1-11 to 1-7 win and all but put the lads into the knock out stages.
Our final game in three weeks time is against Glin.
Overall a much improved second half with leaders in every line.
Those who shone brightly were Dean McLoughlin, Eoghan Sherlock, Ronan Houlihan, Ian Leonard, Kieran Daly to name a few.
The jackpot now sits at €3700 following Mondays draw.
The numbers drawn were 06, 13, 17, 29
Lucky dip winners were Keith Lancaster, Peter/Mary Sheehan, Bill Kiely
Sellers prize went to Denis Collins and house draw to Peter Boylan.
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Our Fundamental movements group recommence activity this Thursday night at 6pm.
All are welcome for what is an excellent and fun hour for the kids.
Come on down and enjoy the craic.
Under 14 Camogie Na Piarsaigh 2-7 Monaleen 1-2
Under 16 camogie Na Piarsaigh 0-9 Mungret 2-6
IFC Na Piarsaigh 1-11 ST Patricks 1-7
U13HC Shield semi final Na Piarsaigh 2-5 Bruff 1-3
Congratulations to all the Na Piarsaigh representatives on the 3 Limerick age groups at under 14, 15 and 16 all doing extremely well over the weekend
Congratulations to Grainne McKeogh our sole winner in the Club Limerick draw
Congratulations also to Brian and Gemma Shannon on the birth of their son Conor