CLCG NAOMH PÁDRAIG
There was no Jackpot Winner on Tuesday, March 19, when just three tickets matched 3 numbers and received €35 each. The winning tickets had been purchased by John Horan, C. Pritchard and Robert Barton. Spin Wheel contestants drawn were: Jimmy Meagher, Ballingarry and Rebecca Hayden.
The Jackpot will be €2,300 for our next draw on Tuesday, April 16, at 9pm. All are welcome to attend the Lotto Draw in the clubrooms at Anner Park.
On last Thursday Aidan Buckley was a member of the South Tipperary under 16 footballers who were defeated by Tipperary in the Inter Divisional semi final.
On Monday, March 18, our under 12 footballers defeated Cahir by 6-9 to 2-2.
Team: Thomas O’Brien, Michael Ryan (Captain); Jack Cuddihy, Darragh Hall, Robert Barton, Keith Morrissey, Matthew McCormack, Pauric O’Brien, Eoin Fitzgerald, Denis Clancy, Michael O’Brien. Subs: Quinn Moran and Fearghal Keane.
On Friday, April 5, our under 12 team play Ballylooby-Castlegrace at 7pm in Ballylooby. On Monday, April 8, our under 12 footballers play Cahir at 6.30pm in Anner Park Cloneen.
On Monday, April 8, our under 16 footballers Anner Gaels play Ardfinnan at 7.15pm in Ardfinnan.
On Thursday, April 4, our under 14 footballers play Carrick Davins in Davin Park Carrick on Suir at 6.30pm and on Thursday, April 11, they play Moyle Rovers at 6.30pm in Monroe.
On Saturday last our minor footballers Anner Gaels were defeated by Moyle Rovers on a score of 1-12 to 0-6.
St. Patrick’s players in action were: Ciarán Mockler, Mark Mullally, Conor Clancy, Aidan Buckley, Darren Boland and James Buckley while Conor Gorey, Ivan Brett and Tony Smith were also members of the panel.
The next game for our Minor footballers is on this Wednesday, April 3, against Ardfinnan in Monroe at 6.30pm.
We extend the sympathy of St. Patrick’s GAA Club to the McCormack families of Ballyluskey, Shanakyle and Magoury on the recent death of John McCormack who was within a few months of his 100th birthday.
The McCormack family have been involved in the GAA for more than those hundred years and their involvement is just as strong today as at any other time in the history of the GAA in our parish.
May he rest in peace.
Mouthguards and the GAA
The GAA has made the use of mouth guards mandatory in all Gaelic football matches and training sessions for all age grades up to and including minor. We ask parents to ensure that all under 18 players have suitable mouth guards before they commence playing this year.