Intermediate Football:
Two Championship games were played last week. On Tuesday night in Adare on a perfect evening for football, we gained our third win with a fifteen points to thirteen win over Rathkeale.
Well done to all involved in a vital win on the night. It was a cracking contest and the win was to guarantee a place in the knockout stages in September.
On Friday night and with a short turnaround, we travelled to Cappamore to play Bruff and did not perform to our potential on the night. A lacklustre display was to follow. Missing a number of players from the previous game and with Bruff showing a huge appetite we were second best after the hour.
With one game remaining we have reached the County Quarter Final and a win against Claughaun in the final group game will guarantee a Semi Final spot. The match has been fixed for Saturday August 24 at 6pm in Caherdavin.
Gary Neville, Mark Phelan, Kieran Ryan,Ryan Meagher Jason Mullins, Patrick Mullins,Keelan Stephenson,Gearoid Phelan, Gearoid Hegarty, Eoin Hanrahan, Jeffrey Mcnamara, Andrew Mcmahon, Travis Quaid, John Mullane, Niall Phelan , Padraig Reale, Wayne Cronin, Calvin Moran, Michael Geary, Jack Collopy, Rian Mcnamara, Jamie Cross,Shane Halpin

Junior Football:
City Junior Football Championship
St Patrick’s 6 10 Ballinacurra Gaels 3 4
Our Junior Footballers opened their championship with a well deserved victory in the field on Wednesday night.Saints led by 3 3 to 1 2 at the break with Dermot Phelan now in the twilight of his career leading the way with 2 5 , we also had fine performances from Shane Considine ,Jack Greenwood ,Killian Markham ,Shane Halpin ,Keith McCarthy and Brian Mullins.
Rian McNamara, Shane Considine, Jack Greenwood,Killian Markham,Kevin Maher ,Niall Benson(1 2), Shane Halpin(1 0),Brendan Mullins( 0 1),Dermot Phelan(2 5),Craig Rochford, Jack Collopy(0 1), Keith McCarthy(1 1 ), Shane Kerin, Mark Long, Brian O Neill, Colin Meagher,Tim O Connor, David Crowe, Brian Mullins(1 0).

Intermediate Hurling:
Our Intermediate Hurling team will play Effin this Thursday night at 7pm in Clarina in the third round of the championship.
Three points from the opening two games puts us in a good position in the group, and a win on Thursday night will go along way to qualifying for the knockout stages. Your support will be very much appreciated.

Intermediate Hurling Championship Fixtures:
Thursday August 8:
St Patrick’s V Effin
7pm Clarina

Saturday August 17:
St Patrick’s V Hospital
7pm Cappamore

Saturday August 31:
St Patrick’s V Glenroe
3pm Hospital

Cul Camp:
St Patrick’s Cul Camp is on the horizon and will run this year from August 12 to August 16. The camp is for boys and girls aged six to thirteen and this is always a brilliant week of fun and games.
you can book now by following the link below.