All Ireland Hurling Final:
Best wishes to Gearoid Hegarty and the Limerick Senior Hurling team this Sunday in the All Ireland Hurling Final.
Limerick go in search of a third All Ireland title in four years and Gearoid has been an integral part of this special Limerick team. We wish Gearoid along with the Limerick team and management the very best, safe travels to all St Patrick’s and Limerick supporters travelling to the game in Dublin. Throw in is 3.30pm and will be live on RTE2
All Ireland Final Update:
The draw for All Ireland Final tickets was completed on Sunday night for fully paid up members only.
Those who were successful were contacted by the club ticket co-ordinator no later than Monday morning.
As expected the demand for tickets far exceeded the allocation received by the club.
The green and white colours are up on the Rhebogue Road as we look forward to another All Ireland Final.
Thanks to the club members who erected the flags and bunting on Saturday morning.These days are to savour and we encourage all those in the parish to display the green and white in support of Gearoid and our outstanding county team.
All Ireland Goal Predictor:
Please support our All Ireland Goal predictor, that will help our future stars and be in with a chance to win €200 on All Ireland Final Day. The entry link can be found on our club social media pages.
Well done Shane Cross:
Shane Cross was introduced in the second half for the Munster Minor Football Final in Thurles. Limerick were edged out by a strongly fancied Cork team in the latter stages and can be hugely proud of a fantastic performance that give great hope for the future. Well done Shane.
St Patrick’s 0 14 South Liberties 2 08
Our Junior A Football team were in county championship action on Sunday evening, two late South Liberties goals denied what would have been a deserved victory with the match ending in a draw. There was some super passages of play throughout.
Feenagh/ Kilmeedy will be next up in round two. Well done to the team and management.
U14 Girls:
Best of luck to the u14 girls football team, who take on St Senans in the county semi final on Wednesday evening in Rhebogue.
All support will be greatly appreciated.

The green and white colours are up on the Rhebogue Road as we look forward to another All Ireland Final.