Our senior footballers finished off their group stage matches with a game against Dromcollogher Broadford in Ballingarry on Sunday evening. 
In a pretty even first half with the scores level on numerous occasions we were playing quite well, defending well and creating good openings.
However coming up to half time and ahead by a point we conceded a penalty which Derry McCarthy duly dispatched to make it 1-5;to68 0-7 going on at the break.
The second half was only 4 minutes old when corner back Conor Mcloughlin rattled the Drom net..Game on.
As the half progressed our opponents opened up a three point lead but great determination and will to win drew us level with points from Gordon Brown and 2 Eoin Hogan frees.
The final word was left to the ever busyKieran Daly to slot over the winning point 2 minutes into added time to leave a final score of Na Piarsaigh 1-13 Dromcollogher Broadford 1-12.


The jackpot now stands at €9100 following last Mondays draw.
The numbers drawn were 6, 12, 24, 25.
Lucky dip winners were Kevin O Connor, Sandra Meaney and Nicolette Bentley.
Sellers prize went to Christine Daly and the house draw to Margaret McNamara..


No joy for Limericks Under 16 camogie team who were beaten by Waterford in the All ireland Final.
We congratulate our 3 club players who were part of the wonderful journey. Grace Palmer, Eva Long and Sarah Murray.


Our Minor hurlers played twice this week.
First up was the visit of Mungret who were much better than us on the night and ran out 1-19;to 0-8 winners.
Best on the night were Robin Ryan Blake, Emmet McEvoy and Ian Leonard.
On Friday night they played again and this time in Ahane against the locals.
A much better performance this time with a 4-13 to 1-12 win.
Justin Norden, Dylan Lynch, Mark O Connor and Marcus Hogan all doing well .


Congratulations to former Senior Football manager Pat McHugh who was married to Joanne Hannon over the weekend.
We wish them well in their life together.
We also wish Senior Footballer selector Cian Coady a speedy recovery from recent surgery.


Our underage teams are keeping busy with 2 teams on their travels over the weekend.
Our under 10s travelled to Carrigaline in Cork and had some great games whilst our under 12s also travelled to Cork, this time to Douglas and had a great day.
We thank both clubs for their hospitality .
Keep up the great work guys