ST. PATRICK’S GAA CLUB NOTES
Our U21 footballers played three group games this week and won all three games in impressive fashion to qualify for the County Quarter Final.
This is a very young panel, with many of the team that reached the Premier U19 County Final involved and showing good signs that they continue on an upward curve. Banogue will be the opposition this Sunday at 12 O Clock in the County Quarter Final with Caherelly the venue.
Hurling Street League:
St Patrick’s annual hurling street league was held in Rhebogue on Saturday and it was a truly special day once again for our young stars.
The November weather was a little cold but our young Saints were in flying form, turning up in huge numbers to showcase their fantastic hurling skills.All teams were led around Rhebogue by a piper to begin proceedings.
Limerick Stars Aaron Gillane and Kyle Hayes were special guests and brought huge excitement as they signed sliotars and hurleys throughout the day.
The club presented Kyle and Aaron with framed pictures, presented by Skye Gallagher(cousin of Kyle) as a thank you to both for giving their precious time to the young boys and girls.
The Day ended with two keenly contested finals, for the Niall Crosse Cup and the shield, with both going down to the wire with narrow one point victories.
An unforgettable day and memories made to last a lifetime for the young St Patrick’s boys and girls. Special mention to the volunteers, coaches and those who organised and helped with today’s street league.This Saturday the football street league will be held from 3pm onwards.
Limerick Club Draw:
Congratulations to Shane Kiely, €250 prize winner in the Limerick Club Draw, well done Shane. The next draw would be held on December 11.