ST. PATRICK’S GAA CLUB NOTES
St Patrick’s Street League:
A memorable day for all who played in our annual football street league on Sunday in Rhebogue. We had over 40 kids playing on four teams( all very closely and keenly contested games) Well done not only to the Eamonn Doyle captained Kerry team who took home the Brendan Crosse memorial cup defeating Mayo, but to all who played in the blitz. We had a Cup final and a Shield final and all who took part were medal winners as enjoyment was the name of the game.
Many thanks to all the parents who brought a variety of refreshments for all to enjoy and a special mention to Pat Halpin who kindly sponsored minerals and snacks and to Mark Waters for the expertly made Sandwiches.
There is great talent and super spirit within the club and it is clear to see all will have a very bright future.
Hurling Street League:
See you all Sunday week the 27th October for the hurling street league with another very special day planned.
Delta Hurling Returns:
Under 6-10 hurling returns to Delta this Friday night 18 October. Keep an eye out on the club page and each club coach will notify their teams. Every year our young hurlers go indoors for the winter and it is always of huge benefit in
their development. A great time also for new members to join.
U6 Kieran 0872755767
U8 Gearoid 0858689999
U10 Shane 0879208546
Junior Quarter Final:
The West Junior B Final between Ballysteen and Knockaderry finished a draw after extra time on Thursday evening in Mick Neville Park.
St Patrick’s await the winners in the County Quarter Final.
A very enjoyable blitz on Saturday morning for St Patrick’s U10 football team. Playing three games against Adare, Kildimo/Pallaskenry and Knockainey and competing very strongly.
St Patrick’s U15 Football team have qualified for the County Final against Rathkeale/Cappagh. To be played next weekend in Mick Neville Park.
St Patrick’s U10 Team at Maguires Field.