NA PIARSAIGH GAA CLUB NOTES
The Limerick senior hurlers continued their league campaign when they travelled to Ennis to take on the locals.
Having failed in three previous league outings it was hoped for a better performance.
Heavy training and injuries are contributing factors and no doubt a little ring rust also.
It was great news to hear that Na Piarsaigh stalwart Mike Casey was back on the matchday 26 following a lengthy and trying absence.
We started quick and looked a lot hungrier than previous outings and no doubt John Kiely will be much happier with the application of his troops.
A lot of work to do as the Munster Championship fast approaches with a meeting with Cork on the horizon in mid April.
Will O Donoghue seeing action in the middle of the field showing his usual high work ethic.
Incidentally the game finished level with quite a few chances spurned at the end.
Our last league outing is in two weeks time in the Gaelic Grounds where our opponents are Offaly. A must win game to avoid relegation and our last chance to prepare for Cork in Cork.
Our lotto jackpot currently sits on €3000 following Mondays draw.
The numbers drawn were 03, 15, 18, 19 with no overall winner of the jackpot.
Lucky dip winners were Emma Hickey, Fergal Brosnan and TM O Donnell.
James Burke was the winner of the sellers prize and Padraic Heaney the house draw winner
Get your ticket online at www.clubforce.com
Our weekly bingo continues each Tuesday night from 8pm
Doors open at 7.30pm with first call at 8pm.
Snowball sits on €2100 in 50 numbers or less.
Why not bring a friend and have an enjoyable evening of Bingo.
Congratulations to Caitlin Ryan, Anna Rose Benson and Ava Smith who won a Junior All Ireland with laurel Hill Colaiste over the weekend defeating Ballinasloe in the final6-10 to 1-6
Congratulations to senior hurler Tommy Grimes who popped the questions to his long time partner Emma over in Paris last weekend. We wish them a lifelong happiness together.
Well done to Ard Scoil Ris on reaching the Croke Cup final with victory over the weekend. With 9 lads on the squad, we wish them all the very best on St Patricks Day in the final.