CLCG NAOMH PÁDRAIG
Saturday, April 13, u12 footballers defeated Moyle Rovers in Monroe. This victory has put us into the South Play Off this Saturday, April 20, when we play Ballyporeen at 12noon in Clerihan. Victory would get us a place in the County Finals at Semple Stadium.
Monday, April 22, u16 footballers Anner Gaels play Clonmel Commercials at 6.30pm in Clonmel Sportsfield on the Western Road and on Monday, April 29, they play Killenaule in Anner Park Cloneen at 6.45pm.
Thursday, April 18, our u14 footballers play Kilsheelan-Kilcash in Kilsheelan at 6.30pm and on Thursday, April 25, they play Clonmel Commercials at 6.45pm in Anner Park Cloneen.
On Saturday last our Junior hurlers drew with Thurles Sarsfields in a Co. League game played in Anner Park Cloneen. The score was St. Patrick’s 3-8 Sarsfields 2-11.
ST. PATRICK’S LADIES GAA
Under 6, 8 and 10 girl’s football training resumed last Wednesday. Training 7pm to 8pm will now be held in Drangan Field. New girls are welcome to come along and join in.
Our u12 girls team had a challenge match with neighbouring club Mullinahone on Sunday past. An enjoyable game was played which ended on a score line of Mullinahone 3.4 to St. Patrick’s 1.2. An u12s girls football team has been entered into the community games competition and the first round game against Clerihan has been fixed for next Sunday, April 21, at 4.30pm in Cloneen.
The u14 championship will kick off this Tuesday in Anner Park Cloneen at 6.30pm with a first round match against Clonmel Commericals.
The Gaelic for Others team are training twice a week, Monday and Thursday at 7.30pm in Cloneen Field. New ladies always welcome to come along – no previous football experience required!
Our Junior ladies team will open their league campaign this Friday evening at 6.30pm with an away clash against the Boherhalan B team. Future fixtures are now available on the Tipperary Ladies football website.
St. Patrick’s Ladies GAA Club and committee members would like to extend their sympathies to the family of Mr. Jimmy Waters of Kilkenny City, who died recently. Mr. Waters was the grandfather of our juvenile players Abaigeal and Isobel Maher.
Sympathies are also extended to our esteemed Gaelic for other team player Sally Duggan and all the family of Mrs Breda Duggan, Newtown, Drangan who died so unexpectedly recently. Our sympathies also to the family of Mrs Kathleen Fitzgerald, Ballingarry, grandmother of our junior player Aileen Kelly and also to the family of Mr. Pat O’Dwyer, Killenaule, uncle of our junior players Shelley O’Dwyer and Lynda Nevin.