All Ireland Hurling Final:
Best wishes to St Patrick’s Gearóid Hegarty and the Limerick Senior hurlers against Kilkenny in the All Ireland Final next Sunday at 3.30pm in Croke Park. Safe travels to the many St Patrick’s Gaa members who will travel in great numbers and with immense pride to support Gearóid and the boys in green.
As is tradition the green & white flags and bunting were erected in support of Rhebogue man Gearóid Hegarty and the Limerick team as we look forward to the 2022 All Ireland Final.
Many thanks to all those who helped, it is a joy to proudly display the colours once again. St Patrick’s Gaa would encourage as many people as possible in the parish to display the green and white colours.
St Patrick’s Intermediate football team have been preparing for their upcoming championship games and the matches will be played after the All Ireland final.
Round 1: Thursday July 21 v Crecora 7.30pm, Clarina.
Round 2: Sunday July 24 v St Senans 1.30pm, Clarina.
St Patrick’s Gaa All Ireland Goal Prediction is back once again with Gearóid scoring the winning goal in last year’s final. The link to enter can be found on club social media platforms.
Bord na nOg:
Our U11 hurlers travelled to Bruree for their latest outing and it was brilliant to see big numbers present in peak holiday season.
A very enjoyable evening of hurling in South Limerick for this group, super work by players & coaches.
The U13s played Mungret and were very competitive in their lastest outing. St Patrick’s U13 and U15 football teams have key games this week in as they look to remain in contention for a knockout spot.
On Friday evening our u16 girls opened their championship away to St Ailbes sporting their new Lidl sponsored jerseys.
The girls started slowly but they rallied strongly in the second half, coming very close but left it too late in the end. Onwards and upwards for this very young team.