RIP Paddy Quilligan:
It is with deep regret St Patrick’s GAA Club learned  of the sudden passing of our Club Chairman Paddy Quilligan.
 Paddy was a very active Club Member until his untimely death and held many positions in the Club, Paddy will be sadly missed by all in St Patrick’s GAA Club. The work that Paddy did for the club through thick and thin was immeasurable and he will be forever remembered.The Club would like to pass on our sympathies to the Quilligan family at this time.
We will have an epitaph to Paddy in next weeks notes.
U14 Girls:

Congratulations to U14 girls who beat Athea in the Novice C final in LIT on Sunday afternoon. In testing conditions St Patrick’s played against a very strong wind in the first half. However on the turnover, the girls pushed ahead and the match finished on a scoreline of 10.15 to 4.2. The team lined out as Nicola Mujwala, Ashling Phelan, Ellen O’Neill, Molly Walsh, Aoibh Hayes, Courtney O’Dwyer, Grace Hegarty, Laura Chambers, Kayla Mulcahy, Lily Cronin, Nadine Noonan, Abby McNamara and Katelyn Rodgers. Unfortunately missing on the day were Candice Moran & Megan Rochford. Congratulations again to players & coaches.

Calvin Moran:
Well done and best wishes to  St Patrick’s Calvin Moran, who has been named in the Limerick U20 football panel for the upcoming Munster Championship.
U10 Football.
St Patrick’s U10 football team have  been busy in the past week. On Friday they travelled to Ballybricken to play the home team, Mungret and Claughaun in a very enjoyable blitz. On Monday evening  they welcomed Na Piarsaigh to Rhebogue and once again had two teams   playing  against the Cahedavin side.
Huge credit to Shane Kiely who continues to do  great work in both hurling and football with this group.
Sponsored Walk:
Many thanks to everyone who  supported the fun walk on Sunday  morning and many  thanks to all who helped out. Please return any  outstanding sponsor cards to the coaches.
Munster Hurling Tickets:
Congratulations to Harry Dore who won the draw for two stand tickets and a €100 spending money for the Limerick v Waterford Munster Senior Hurling Championship Game next Sunday. Many thanks to all who supported the St Patrick’s Fundraising Draw.