ST PATRICK’S GAA CLUB NOTES
St Patrick’s Day:
We look forward to St Patrick’s day on Thursday with our younger members marching in the parade, leaving Colbert Station at 10.30am.
The Clubhouse is open afterwards with music and live sport, we hope to see you all marching in the parade in green and white and joining us in club afterwards for craic agus ceol.
Well done to St Patrick’s Josh Campbell who has been included in the U14 County Football Panel.
Josh follows his brother Blake(U17 Panel) into the Limerick set up, great news for the Campbell’s and St Patrick’s.
Our U15 team had their first outing of the year with a challenge game against Caherconlish in Rhebogue. A very positive and enjoyable start, they will play their Feile Qualifier on March 18 in Cappamore.
Group:St Patrick’s,Cappamore,Monaleen,Pallasgreen/Kilteely, Caherconlish. Best of luck boys.
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 this club page for details)
A big thank you to Lee Long for the super work carried out in the club bar recently. Thanks to Lee with help from the FAS lads Pa, Christy, Conor and Paul, also to Mike McNamara for his continued work on the Club Bar.
Great work all round, hope to see you all on Thursday after the parade.
Irish Life Challenge:
Many thanks to all who participated in the Irish Life Gaa Step Challenge, we were out of luck in the draw for club gear, but it was fantastic to see so many take part from St Patrick’s Gaa Club.