Intermediate Football Championship:
St Patrick’s 1- 07 Na Piarsaigh 1- 11
Our Intermediate football team were to taste defeat on Friday evening following a gallant effort against City rivals Na Piarsaigh at a well attended Childers Road.
The first half was keenly contested with defences very much on top. St Patrick’s were to lead by four at the short whistle, following a well worked Keelan Stephenson goal. A fantastic save from the Na Piarsaigh goalkeeper, right on the stroke of half time, was a big moment in the eventual outcome.
Na Piarsaigh were to up the ante at the start of the second half scoring five unanswered points, St Patricks responded through Kyle Mullins and Shane Halpin. A green flag for Na Piarsaigh put the men from Caherdavin in the driving seat, at the other end a last ditch block stopped Jeffrey McNamara from rippling the net and regaining the lead. Na Piarsaigh led by three entering the closing stages and repelled any St Patrick’s attack on goal as we searched for an equalising score.
Na Piarsaigh were to add another point right on full time to run out deserved winners
Well done to a young St Patrick’s team who can be proud of their efforts and remain very much in in contention for a place in the knockout stages.
Cian O ‘Brien,Jack O’ Hanlan, Gearóid O’ Sullivan,Ryan Meagher, Emmett McCardle,Gavin Mullins,Sean Mortell, Gearóid Phelan, Shane Airey,Shane Cross, Keelan Stephenson,Brendan Scannell, Patrick Mullins(c),Kyle Mullins, Shane Halpin.
Eoin Hanrahan, Jeffrey McNamara, Ben O’ Shaughnessy.
Junior A Football Championship:
St Patrick’s 3- 13 Ahane 2-12
Well done to our Junior footballers who had a great win over Ahane on Sunday afternoon at Peafield, Monaleen in balmy conditions. Great to see a mixture of youth and experience take to the field in St Patrick’s green.
Junior A Hurling:
Our Junior A hurling team will play Castletown/Ballyagran this Friday evening in Fedamore at 6pm, in a must win championship clash. Your support will be greatly appreciated for this one.
Well done to St Patrick’s U13 football team, who had a super win against Knockaderry on Thursday night in Rhebogue, winning 4- 07 to 0- 06 to top the group and qualify for the county Semi final.
Well done to St Patrick’s U15 football team, who had a brilliant win against Ballybrown on Monday night in Rhebogue to move one step closer to a County Quarter Final.
Hurling Street League:
St Patrick’s 2022 hurling street league began on Saturday evening, with four teams and over thirty players in what was a very keenly contested and closely fought first round of fixture’s that was very well supported in fantastic weather. A cracking night of hurling in Rhebogue.
Don’t miss round two next Saturday evening!!
Well done to the U14 girls who are through to the county final. After taking an early lead and with St Patrick’s leading well at half time, Dromin Athlacca Banogue really put the pressure on and brought the score to within 1 point entering the closing stages.
Our girls never gave up and with the clock ticking down, we were all relieved when the final whistle sounded. Final score 5-7 to 6-3 in favour of St Patrick’s.
SAVE THE DATE!!!!!
St Patrick’s GAA Club will be hosting a Homecoming for Gearóid Hegarty and the victorious three-in-a-row winning Limerick Senior hurling on Saturday September 17th.
We have alot of celebrating to catch up on, more details to follow…..
St Patrick’s GAA Club would like to offer our sincere condolences to the Dore family on the sad passing of Michael.
Deepest sympathies are offered to his loving wife Kay, daughters Suzanne and Michelle, sons Kieran, Michael, Brian and Declan and to the extended Dore and Cross families at this difficult time.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.