ST PATRICK’S GAA CLUB NOTES
Junior A Hurling Championship:
St Patrick’s 0 28 Garryspillane 0 11
Our Junior A hurling team had another good win on Sunday morning in Caherelly, when making light of the difficult underfoot conditions.
It now sets up a winner takes all clash against Kilteely/Dromkeen this Sunday at 1pm in Cappamore.
A win will guarantee a spot in the County Quarter Final. Support for the Saints on Sunday will be very much appreciated.
U13 Football County Semi Final:
St Patrick’s 3 07 Monaleen 1 01
Our U13 football team qualified for the Division Three County Final with a very good performance in Mick Neville Park on Saturday morning.
The team remain unbeaten for the year, but a tough test lies ahead in the County Final against Galtee Gaels or Monagea.
Keep an eye on the club social media pages for updates on the date and time of the final.
Team:Alex Mitchell, Emmett Newman,Jake Ryan,Dylan Hartney, Eoin Mcnamara,Jack Croke,Dylan Mason, Eamonn Doyle(c), Kieran Walsh, Leon McMahon, Oscar O Donoghue,Josh Campbell, David Kidney,Jack Meaney,Jay Walsh.
Josh Wallace,Charlie Campbell, Eoin Cleary, Christian Lillis,Arron Cowhey, Callum O Keefe,Finn Newman,Ross Ryan.
Our eagerly anticipated family footgolf will take place this Saturday at Munster Footgolf in Shannon. You can book your slot on the link attached on our club social media pages or support the event through a teebox sponsorship.
A fantastic day lies ahead.
U13 Hurling Blitz:
A busy day for some of our Under 13 group ended with a hugely enjoyable hurling blitz in Rhebogue on Saturday afternoon. Welcoming Firies and Tralee Parnells from Kerry and Limerick side Kilacolla Gaels for a four team tournament, there was huge excitement and no little hurling skill throughout the shield and cup competitions.
A day to remember for the St Patrick’s boys and our visiting teams. The weather was kind and the hurling was a joy to watch.
Credit to those who put in the hard work to organise a fantastic blitz.
Dad’s and Lads:
St Patrick’s “Dad’s and Lad’s” team had their first training session last night and a very enjoyable one it was.
There has been a big interest in this initiative and they will be meeting up again next Friday at 6.45pm for more craic and maybe a bit of football.
All new, old and not so old players are very welcome.