ST PATRICK’S GAA CLUB NOTES
City Junior Final Result
St Patrick’s 0 09 Mungret 3 07
St Patrick’s junior team played Mungret in Patrickswell on Saturday.A slow start was to make life difficult, but a very good performance in the second half brought us right back into the game.
A County Quarter Final against either Ballysteen or Knockaderry is next up with alot of positives to take from Saturday.
Our U10 hurlers braved the elements on Saturday morning to play three games against Murroe/ Boher, Feonagh/Castlemahon and Ballinacurra Gaels in a blitz in Ul. Huge well done to all the boys who showed great skill and teamwork throughout the morning and continue to improve with each outing. The football equivalent will be played this coming Saturday.
Our U12 hurling team played a strong Granagh/Ballingarry team on Friday night in their final league game in Ul. Well done to all the boys on the panel. Over the course of the summer we have continued to maintain good numbers with this group and they have enjoyed many enjoyable days in the green to help with their progress.
St Patrick’s Gaa street leagues will be held in the coming weeks. These are always very enjoyable days for the younger members of our great club.The Football Street League Day is first up this Sunday October 13.
St Patrick’s Gaa Club are holding a Parents meeting this Wednesday evening Oct 9th at 7.30pm in the clubhouse. There will be a Guest speaker from Limerick Coaching & Games Development Committee at this meeting and we would encourage all parents to attend. We thank you for your continuing support and hope to see you on Wednesday evening.