Patrickswell GAA Club Notes:

Patrickswell Fantastic Club Draw:
We have almost reached the exciting conclusion of this fundraiser. Many thanks to everyone for supporting the Patrickswell GAA and Camogie Club Car Draw. The fabulous prize is a brand new Toyota C-HR hybrid car. Online sales will close on Easter Monday to allow for preparation for the draw itself. The Draw Date is Saturday April 15, coupled with a Club Night that evening. All the proceeds are for the infrastructure development of Patrickswell GAA and Camogie Club.

National Hurling League:
Congratulations to Limerick and the Patrickswell contingent of Diarmaid Byrnes, Aaron Gillane and Cian Lynch for claiming the National Hurling League title.

Club Membership 2023:
Club Membership Registration is open for 2023. Please download the ClubZap app from Google Play Store or App Store to pay your membership. Simply download ClubZap app onto your device. In the ‘Find Your Club’ box, select Patrickswell and ‘Confirm’. After creating an account, click the ‘Clubhouse’ widget and then click the ‘Membership’ button. You can view the membership prices in ‘View Details’ and then make your payment in ‘Purchase Now’. Note that family membership is discounted by the end of the ‘Adding Members’ process.

Club Lotto:
The Club Lotto draw on Monday April 3 was not won. The numbers drawn were 1, 6, 14 and 21. The bonus number was 27. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Mary O’Grady and the €20 prizes were claimed by Stephen Mann, Jayden Lynch, Eamonn Kelleher, Theresa O’Neill and Kieran Carroll. This week’s jackpot is €3,800

Senior Hurlers:
The Senior hurlers recorded their first win in the City Senior League with a comfortable home win over Kildimo-Pallaskenry. While the visitors led by 0-2 to 0-1, the games was effectively wrapped up by Patrickswell with a salvo of one goal and six points without reply between the 5th and 15th minute. The pace of scoring slowed and Patrickswell reached half-time with a lead of 1-10 to 0-3.
The second half contained a spell of five minutes where Patrickswell notched two goals and a point to Kildimo-Pallaskenry’s goal. The hosts were now 3-11 to 0-3 ahead in the 45th minute. Our visitors were competitive in the last quarter and the match ended 3-17 to 0-8.

Junior A Hurlers:
Patrickswell lost at home to Ballybricken Bohermore in the City East Intermediate Hurling League. The teams were inseparable at 1-5 to 0-8 at half-time, but Ballybricken Bohermore shaded the second half to win by 1-17 to 1-13. On Tuesday April 11, we host St. Patrick’s at 6.30pm.