ST PATRICK’S GAA CLUB NOTES
Limerick U20 Football:
Well done to St Patrick’s Kyle Mullins who started number 13 and had a fine game and to Gearoid O’ Sullivan who was introduced as full back in the Limerick U20 football side who played All Ireland Champions Offaly in North Campus UL on Saturday. Well done boys.
Limerick Senior Hurling:
Gearóid Hegarty returned to the half forward line in Cusack Park Ennis on Sunday in a teak, tough National Hurling League encounter that ended in a draw with neighbours Clare, as Limerick continued their preparations for the Munster Championship.
Friday Night Hurling:
Friday night hurling continued at Delta Sportsdome with another memorable night for our U5s and U7s. Meanwhile in Rhebogue our U9 and U11 young hurling stars numbers continue to grow and prosper, with the great enjoyment.
See you all next Friday, new members very welcome(contact the club page for further details)
St Patrick’s Gaa Cheltenham Competition:
Our 2022 Cheltenham predictor is up and running with a winning prize fund of 50% of all entries received, last year was a great success so it is sure to be a big pot.
Get off your high horse and enter through the link that is on our club social media pages.
St Patrick’s Gaa Club Membership is now open. The link is attached below with the varying membership options and an easy online payment method that can be found on our club social media pages.
Fully paid up club members will have access to draws for tickets in 2022, for Munster and All Ireland Inter-county matches, where an appropriate allocation is provided to the club, once membership is paid by 31st March 2022.