Munster Championship Medals:
Congratulations to Diarmuid Hegarty and Sean Mortell who both received their Munster Minor Hurling Championship Medals at the Woodlands House Hotel this week. A great achievement by both young men.

County Junior B Football Semi Final:
St Patrick’s 3-5 Banogue 1 18
An excellent run for the Junior football team came to an end on Tuesday night in Martinstown. Down by seven points at half time and with an uphill task, a
Super second half effort brought it back to two points with less then ten minutes remaining.Banogue pulled clear in the last ten minutes when we were reduced to fourteen men and they duly took advantage of the extra space.
Well done to the management and all who played throughout the year. They can be proud of a very good run in the championship.


U21 Football:
Round two of the City Championship takes place on Monday night under lights in Rhebogue at 8pm when Claughaun  will be the visitors. A win will qualify the team for the City U21 A final.
Underage Hurling:
St Patrick’s  U6 hurling team had a super morning of hurling on Saturday in Caherdavin  playing  against Na Piarsaigh. Well done to all.
St Patrick’s  U9 hurling team are continuing  their indoor hurling in Old Christian’s  hall every Tuesday  with Claughaun, Ballinacurra  Gaels and Old Christian’s  the other teams  taking part.
Delta Underage hurling continues every Friday at 7-8pm. The perfect  time to join the indoor hurling fun.
Hurleys and Helmets will be provided.
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