ST PATRICK’S GAA CLUB NOTES
County league Hurling:
Staker Wallace 1 10 St Patrick’s 4 10
A good start to the county league on Saturday evening for the Intermediate hurling team. The panel included a mix of youth and experience and it was great to see a number of players enjoy their first taste of hurling with the Intermediate team. Kilmallock are next up in round two.
Mountcollins 3 2 St Patrick’s 6 11
Well done to the U16 football team, who travelled to West Limerick, and with a young panel on the night they came away with a very good win.
St Patricks U10 hurling team had a blitz on Friday evening playing Mungret, Claughaun ,Ballinacurra and Monaleen.
Massive well done to all as we had outstanding performances by a big panel who hurled superbly in all six matches.
The U12 hurling team travelled to Ahane to play a strong home team.Very competitive in the first three games but this was a tough game.A big positive was that the numbers continue to grow and the lads will learn alot from this match ahead of their next outing in two weeks time. Training continues Tuesday evenings in Rhebogue.
A busy week of ladies football was rounded off with the U12s hosting Pallasgreen in the first round of the championship. It was a nip and tuck game and the girls were unlucky to lose by one point. Well done to all involved. Training continues every Tuesday at 6.30pm
Reminder all girls registration forms are due back in the coming weeks.
Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others:
The ladies played their first match of 2019 with a home match against our neighbours Monaleen.It was an enjoyable game for all involved. Our rotating goalies pulled off some fantastic saves. The defence absorbed alot of pressure. Midfield and forwards had some lovely link play. However, players of the match go to our newest members Vivien and Aisling.
Well done to all involved. Thanks to Savannah Moran for refereeing.
Training continues every Tuesday 7pm. New players are very welcome.
St. Patrick’s GAA/LGFC are holding a sponsored walk in aid of underage development on Sunday the 26th May at12 noon.
We will walk the picturesque Canal Bank up to the Black Bridge and afterwards back to the club for refreshments.
Sponsorship Cards available on request. Sellers Prize on the day of the walk.
Anyone who wishes to participate is very welcome.
Best of Luck to our County Stars:
Best wishes to Gearoid on the Limerick senior hurlibg panel and Sean and Diarmuid and on the minor panel for the Munster Championship game against Cork on Sunday at 4pm in the Gaelic Grounds. Tickets on sale now.
We will also be carrying out a bucket collection prior to the game and all help would be greatly appreciated.
St Patrick’s U10 team pictured below.