Junior A Football:
St Patrick’s Junior A Football team will be the first adult team in championship action this year, when playing Granagh/ Ballingarry in the first round of the County Championship. The match will be played this Friday in the Bog Garden Rathkeale and throw in is 7.30pm.
Championship matches are ticket only and there will be no tickets on the gates, they must be pre- purchased. Tickets can be purchased on club social media pages or ask any club member for further details. Ticket Prices:
Adults €10, Students/OAP €6 & Children U16 are free.
All Ireand Hurling Semi Final:
Excitement is building ahead of Sunday’s Semi Final against the Tribesmen from Galway. Throw in is 3.30pm in Croke Park and St Patrick’s members will travel in huge numbers once again to support our clubman Gearóid Hegarty.
Best wishes to Gearóid and the Limerick Senior Hurling team this Sunday.
Bord na nOg:
St Patrick’s U13 hurling team played Ballybricken in their latest championship outing and despite a keenly fought match lost out on the night. Well done to both teams on a very good contest.
St Patrick’s U12 hurling team played Ahane on Sunday evening in the annual Tom Blake Cup. It was a cracking game, with some great scores from both teams. Clare Senior hurling selector, James Moran of Ahane, gave great advice to the boys when speaking after the game.
St Patrick’s U15 football team had a fine win in their latest championship outing against Na Piarsaigh in Caherdavin on Monday night. It was a high scoring game and a crucial win for this group.
St Patrick’s U9 team played a very football match against Na Piarsaigh, and it was another great performance from the boys and girls who played really well and looked fantastic thanks to a new set of jerseys from D & J glazing.
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U12 Girls Play In Gaelic Grounds:
A fantastic evening of ladies football was enjoyed by those in the Gaelic Grounds on Wednesday evening. Well done Limerick on a convincing win over New York. They now progress to the semi finals. A huge thanks to Limerick LGFA on giving our u12s the opportunity to play at half time. The girls had a super time & came away with great memories & autographs. The future of Limerick ladies football is bright.