Junior A Hurling:
St Patrick’s Junior hurling team finished the championship with a big win over Ahane at Peafield last Sunday.
Ultimately there was disappointment at not progressing to the knockout stages, but this panel no doubt has alot of talent and will be determined to challenge again in the new year.
Many thanks to the players and to the management team for their hard work throughout the campaign.
St Patrick’s Intermediate footballers qualified for the County Quarter Final following the final round of fixture’s and will play Mungret in an all city clash. The game will be played in Caherdavin at 4pm on Saturday. Your support will be greatly appreciated.
Junior A Football:
St Patrick’s Junior footballers bowed out of the championship following a last gasp score by Adare to claim a draw in Caherdavin on Sunday. Well done to the management and all involved over the five games, it was a great championship run for young and old alike.
Massive congratulations to our U17 football team who had a brilliant win over Newcastlewest in Rhebogue to qualify for the County Semi Final against Galtee Gaels.
A thoroughly enjoyable game, great credit is due to this group of players and coaches who have been superb all year and now progress to the knockout stages.
Liam MacCarthy Homecoming:
St Patrick’s GAA welcomed the Liam MacCarthy cup on Saturday last and it was another fantastic day in Rhebogue.
Similar to 2018 the sun was shining on a glorious day, as we welcomed our clubman Gearóid Hegarty and his Limerick teammates to celebrate the wonderful three-in-a-row success.
There was a huge turnout from young and old alike, to enjoy the fantastic atmosphere on a proud day for St Patrick’s GAA, as we celebrated the superb achievement by Gearóid and the Limerick team.
Many thanks to the organising committee and the many volunteers who kindly helped to make the day a huge success.
As Gearóid remarked when he spoke on stage, we cannot take these days for granted and must enjoy every moment.