All Ireland Senior Hurling Final:
Well done to St Patrick’s Gearóid Hegarty and the Limerick Senior hurlers, who reached their fourth final in five years, following the win over Galway on Sunday in a fantastic game.
Kilkenny will be the opposition on Sunday July 17th in what is sure to be a rip roaring contest.
Junior A Football Championship:
St Patrick’s 1 08 Granagh/Ballingarry 0 09
Our Junior footballers had a very good start to the championship when beating Granagh by two points in the Bog Garden, Rathkeale after a tight game that had little between the teams throughout. A goal from Sean Rice in the first half proved the difference.
Hospital /Herberstown will be the opposition in round two this Sunday in Ballybricken at 7.30pm.
Bord na nOg:
A very good week for our U13, U15 and U17 football teams who all had good wins in their latest championship outings. Well done to the players & management.
Our U13s and U15s are now in a strong position to make the knockout stages.
St Patrick’s U7 Hurling team had a very enjoyable Saturday morning blitz in Rhebogue with Mungret the visitors.
A fun morning for all involved and great excitement in the air ahead of the All Ireand Semi Final. Well done to the coaches, parents and our young stars.
The U14s girls played their opening championship match against Oola on Tuesday night. If recent encounters were anything to go by this was going to be a close game and so it proved. Oola took an early lead, but true to form our girls got stuck in. They probably should have nicked a win, but the game finished 6-06 a piece. Well done to all.
Jp McManus Pro-Am:
Best wishes to St Patrick’s Eoin Hanrahan in the JP McManus Pro-Am at the Adare Manor Hotel.
A fantastic event with the world’s best golfers and celebrities participating and up to 100,000 people expected over the 2 days.