ST PATRICK’S GAA CLUB NOTES
St Patrick’s U13 team played a strong Knockainey side on Monday night. The format in this Championship has three teams in each group.St Patrick’s will play Dromin/Athlacca in their second and final game.
U12 Girls Football:
Our U12s were in action at home against Feohanagh/ Castlemahon in the championship semi final. The sizeable crowd were treated to an exceptional game of football. Both sides turned on the style and it was end to end stuff. The girls were trailing six points to two at half time. However an early second half goal followed by a quick point saw they girls right back in contention. The girls put in a huge effort but the final score was 1 10 to 2 4 to the opposition. Well done to Barry & Paul and the whole squad of twenty plus girls. Roll on the shield final.
Huge Congratulations to our own Aoibh Hayes and all her Limerick U14 team mates who received their All Ireland winning medals in the Woodlands hotel. Massive well done from all in the club.
A fine win on Tuesday night against Mungret has seen us qualify for the City final against the winners of Na Piarsaigh and Mungret to be played next week. Well done to all on a great performance.
St Patrick’s U16 football team finished their season in style following their 7 9 to 1 8 shield final win against Mountcollins on Saturday morning last in Mick Neville Park. Thanks to all the panel who played throughout the season.
Keith O’Brien, James O’Brien, Sean Rice,Matthew Hickey,Liam Chambers,James Murphy,Jamie Quigley,Jake Kavanagh,Alex Collopy,Michael Ryan,Pearse Shields(c), Josh McCarthy, Shay Collopy,Stephen Hayes,Leonard Plunkett, Harry Bennis ,Scott Kelly,Shane Cross,Brian Dillon,Kieran Treacy,Luke Ward.
Pitch and Putt Classic:
The club has received huge support for tee box sponsorship and team entries ahead of the event next Saturday in Parteen. With time running out if you would like to be involved through sponsorship or participation , please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PHOTOGRAPH : St Patrick’s U16 football team listen as their captain Pearse Shields speaks following their win on Saturday.