NA PIARSAIGH GAA CLUB NOTES
UNDER 10 HURLERS
NAP under10 hurlers participated in the Barry Quinn Memorial Tournament in Sixmilebridge on Sat June 15th. Other teams involved were: Clonmel x 2, SMB x 2, Ballina x 2 & O’Callaghan Mills x 2.
Nap played 3 games and won 2 and drew 1. Nap qualified for the final and played a strong Clonmel side. Matches were 11 a side and two 12 minute halves.
It was a very competitive match and Clonmel won out in the end by 5 points.
The coaches could not have asked for more from their team who were very disappointed at the final whistle. They wore the colours of their club with pride and distinction.
Our thanks to the Sixmilebridge club for their excellent organisation and hospitality on the day. It was a super days hurling.
MUNSTER FINAL FANZONE
We now know the finalists of the Munster Senior Hurling Final which takes place on June 29th in the Gaelic Grounds where both Limerick minors and Seniors will be in action
Once again the club will have a fanzone to cater for the expected sell out crowd.
Parking available with outside bars and catering at your disposal.
10 mins walk to the Gaelic Grounds.
Bar open from 1030 all are welcome.
The jackpot is now at €8100
The numbers drawn were 02, 03, 14, 22.
Lucky dip winners were Sean Dunworth, Barry McKeown and Johnny Fortune
Sellers prize was won by Ann Kiely and Brian Kelly the house draw.
The summer camp is fast approaching with just over 2 weeks to the start.
We are running a 2 week camp with 1st week beginning on July 1 to 5 and July 8 to 12th.
All are welcome and you can register online at www.napiarsaighgaa.com
LIMERICK SENIOR HURLERS
In spite of defeat we now know of our Munster final appearance.
It was great to see 4 Na Piarsiagh lads start the game namely Shane, Will , Peter and Mike with Conor Boylan making it 5 who saw game time and contributed nicely in spite of defeat.
We look forward to the Munster Final.
Our under 14 hurlers put a disappointing Feile campaign behind them to register a fine win over Doon on a 3-17 to 0-12 scoreline.
Well done lads.