ST PATRICK’S GAA CLUB NOTES
St Patricks 1 14 Granagh/Ballingarry 1 16
A tough one to take for St Patrick’s people on Sunday morning but the effort from everyone involved cannot be faulted.
In a quality game, the players really gave it their all for the Jersey and just came up short in the end. Really deserved more!!
In a unique year where the margins were so fine, we find ourselves back in the Junior A ranks.. but we will rise again… and with the same effort and commitment in 2021 and beyond, there will be many better days ahead.
Junior B Football Championship:
St Patricks 0 06 Claughaun 0 06
A draw on Monday night in the second round of championship in a very tight game. Our Junior football team still remain unbeaten and are in a strong position to qualify for a City Semi Final. Well done lads.
Intermediate Football County Quarter Final:
Claughaun are the opponents this coming Sunday at 2pm in Clarina. With the new Government road map, we hope that some supporters can attend this game on a limited basis. Further details will follow.
A Very busy period across all ages this week.
Our U6 Boys were hurling, U8 boys played a hurling blitz against Old Christians in Rhebogue, U10 boys played a football blitz against Ahane, U11 Hurlers played Ballybricken… the U12 girls played Mungret and our U12 Boys had a teak- tough football game against Cappamore.
Great to see and well done all, the future is bright.