St Patrick’s 1 12 Glin 0 10
Well done to the Intermediate football panel who secured a vital win on Friday evening at Askeaton in round three of the championship.
Aided by a stiff breeze in the first half St Patrick’s were very much in the ascendancy, with excellent defensive play and were to create numerous gilt edged scoring chances but found the Glin goalkeeper in superb form on the night. A Patrick Mullins goal would prove crucial and St Patrick’s led by four at the break. Glin backed by the breeze came out all guns blazing for the second half and the game was all square entering the final quarter. The impact of St Patrick’s bench has been likened to that of the Limerick Senior hurling team and again they were to make a huge impact in this game when most needed.
Kyle Mullins who was immense throughout, kicked three top class scores to wrestle the initiative, Ben O Shaughnessy added a point following a great turnover and further points from the experienced Jeffrey McNamara and Eoin Hanrahan were to see St Patrick’s home in great style, much to the delight of the vocal support.
Next up are championship favourites Na Piarsaigh on Friday at 6.30pm at Childers Road , a tie no doubt that this young group will now relish.
Cian O’Brien,Ryan Meagher, Gearóid O’Sullivan,Jack O’ Hanlan, Sean Mortell, Gavin Mullins,Brendan Scannell, Gearóid Phelan, Shane Airey,Shane Cross, Keelan Stephenson,Josh McCarthy,Pa Mullins,Shane Halpin,Kyle Mullins.
Jeffrey McNamara,Eoin Hanrahan,Ben O’ Shaughnessy,Conor O’ Sullivan.
Junior A Football:
St Patrick’s Junior football team lost to a strong Camogue Rovers team in their latest championship outing, but remain very much in contention with two games remaining against Ahane and Adare. They play Ahane next Sunday at 2pm in Monaleen.
Junior A Hurling Championship:
St Patrick’s crucial round three and four ties have been finalized and are as follows:
Friday September 2nd
St Patrick’s V Castletown/Ballyagran
Saturday September 10th
St Patrick’s V Claughaun
Croke Park Trip:
A proud and memorable day on Thursday last for St Patrick’s Gaa Club as our U12 team made the trip to Croke Park for their invitational blitz.
A 7am start and huge excitement as players, parents and coaches set off from the clubhouse to the big smoke.
Three matches on the hallowed turf against Boherlahan, Brian Dillons and St Mollerans were to follow and the panel in St Patrick’s green were in flying form, playing superbly in all three games.
An access all areas tour of Croke Park to see where all the magic happens capped off a unique and once in a lifetime experience for this young team who are a credit to the club.
Well done to all who made today’s trip possible, the future is bright for sure.
St Patrick’s U13 hurling team played out a very exciting draw with Caherline at Rhebogue on Sunday in their latest championship outing.
Well done to both teams who put on a fine display of hurling for the large crowd that was present. Very proud of this group who always give everything for the jersey.
St Patrick’s U11 football team made the trip to Oola early on Sunday morning and played really well on the day, performing very strongly throughout.Keep up the great work
Cúl Camp 2022 was held last week, and what a week we had once again in Rhebogue.
The weather god’s were kind to us as huge numbers of boys and girls enjoyed a memorable week.
A special visitor, the Liam McCarthy Cup, arrived on Friday morning. Each boy and girl tried their best to emulate Declan Hannan in lifting the cup high over their head. Hopefully they will be repeating this at Croke Park in years to come.
St Patrick’s U12 girls group had a fantastic day at the Munster Blitz held in Tramore GAA on Saturday.
They played teams from all over Munster in beautiful sunshine. The day was topped off with a trip to the Amusement Park. Huge thanks to Tramore LGFC for organising a brilliant day.
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