Michael Keane and Mary McCormack, John O’Dwyer and Margaret Fallon, Chas Keane and John Delaney, Joan Boland and Kevin O’Connor, Seamus Moloney and Billy Brennan


There was no winner of the jackpot which now stands at €2,200.

The following were Match 3 winner:

Tom O’Connor, Cloneen; Kerrie O’Connor, Mullinahone; George Hayden, C/o Guinan’s; K. Guinan, The Cross; Noreen O’Brien, Priestown.


Deputy Mattie McGrath will hold an Advice Clinic on Friday April 27 in the Archway Bar, Drangan at 5 p.m. and in Anglim’s Bar, Cloneen at 5.30 p.m. All are welcome.


A Whist Drive in aid of Alzheimer’s will be held in Drangan Community Hall on this Monday night April 30. Your support will be very welcome.


On Saturday last four of our players were involved with South Tipperary teams in the interdivisional hurling competitions. In the under 15 Roger Ryan Tournament in Toomevara Cathal Mahoney lined out at wing back, Aidan Buckley was at wing forward and Conor Clancy captained the team from centre half back as they defeated North Tipperary in the semi-final.

After a great game in the final, victory went to mid Tipperary by a point. Well done to all.

Later in the day Ciaran Mockler came on as a sub as South Tipperary defeated West Tipperary in the Under 16 Garda Shield Final.

On Monday week last our under 14 footballers were defeated by Clonmel Commercials B team on a score of 4-10 to 2-7. The team was: Frank Meagher, Brian Anglim, Conor Duggan, Eoin Ryan, Nial Keane, Eddie Hayes, Barry O’Dwyer, Joey Noonan, Brendan Kearney, Jamie Broderick, Shane Hannigan, Michael Boland, Nial Mockler, James Fitzgerald, Robert Grant, Dale Murphy and Thomas Phelan who suffered an injury before the game.

On this Saturday April 28, our under 14 footballers travel to Carrick on Suir for a blitz involving Carrick Swans, Kilsheelan-Kilcash and Grangemockler-Ballyneale.

On Sunday last in Marlfield our minor footballers were defeated by Ardfinnan.


Our u8 and 10 girls played a very enjoyable challenge game against against Clerihan last Wednesday the 18th of April in Clerihan. Well done to all girls who played.

Our u12 team are training hard every Saturday and are scheduled to play their first championship for this year in the coming weeks.

Our U-14 girls played their first ever championship match on Tuesday 10th at home to Carrick Davins. In what was an entertaining game there were some great passages of play with St Patricks recorded a well deserved victory, scorers on the night - - C.Ryan, A.Maher, J.Mahoney, C.Murphy & N.Keane.

Team: S.Morrissey, S O’Connor, E Ryan, V Noonan, E Kenny, R MacDonald, D wall, C McMenamin, C Ryan, C Horan, N Keane, A Maher, N Ryan, C Murphy, J Mahoney, C Griffen. Not available for the game were: J D Chaudhury, E Wilson, R O’Brien.

On Sunday April 15, our u14s played out a very exciting away game against Slievenamon and narrowly missed out by a single point on a score line: St. Patrick’s 7.1 to Slievenamon 6.5.

Our U-14 girls played a very strong Mullinahone side on Friday April 20. Despite a great performance our girls were unable to overcome our neighbours. Thanks to all for great support on the evening for this young side. Scorers on the night: J.Mahoney, N.Keane, C.Ryan.

Team was: S Morrissey, E.Ryan, V.Noonan, S O’Connor, J D Chaudhury, D.Wall, R Mac Donald, E.Kenny, R O’Brien, C McMenamin, N.Keane, C.Ryan, C.Murphy, A.Maher, J.Mahoney, E.Wilson, N.Ryan, C.Griffen, C.Horan..

Gaelic 4 Others

Gaelic 4 Others is a new initiative for ladies who wish to play football for fun and enjoyment in a non competitive environment. Earlier this year many ladies in our parish of Drangan and Cloneen expressed an interest in forming a Gaelic 4 Others ladies football team. Shane Ivors took up the manager’s role and training started with the 20 plus ladies who wished to take part.

On Wednesday April 11, the first match of the year was against neighbours Ballingarry. Any notion that this was just going to be for fun were dismissed as soon as the ball was thrown in as both teams gave it their all in what was a well fought sporting game. St.Patrick’s started well and had the better of exchanges in the first half. Goals from Sally Duggan and Marie Meaney and points from Camilla Tobin and Fiona Shanahan gave St.Pats a 2-2 to 1-2 lead at half time. Ballingarry fought back well in the second half and when Helen Barrett ended a long run from centre field with a well taken goal there was nothing between the sides. Both sides gave a sigh of relief when referee Paddy Ivors blew the whistle for full time as they had given their all.

Both teams were delighted with their performance and everyone enjoyed the game. The evening ended with both teams returning to Amby’s bar for refreshments kindly provided by the Ballingarry club. St.Patrick’s ladies will take great heart from this game and will look forward to their next game with greater confidence.

St. Patricks team: Tess Burke, Ann-Marie Ryan, Emma Horan, Catriona Boland, Marie Meaney, Katie O’Brien, Margaret Hogan, Amy O’Connor, Fiona Shanahan, Leona Ivors, Camilla Tobin, Mairead Foley, Katie Kearney, Sally Duggan, Ailish O’Brien, Cara Danagher, Shiela Butler, Shelley Moloney and Catherine Ryan.

Junior Team

Juniors had a challenge game against Clonmel Commericals on Saturday evening past in Clonmel. Despite best efforts in the first half, Commericals run out easy winners, so a lot of work to be done in the coming weeks and months!

The next league game is an away game against Cappawhite B scheduled for next weekend.


Registration for all players will be take place on Thursday May 4, 7pm to 8pm in the Clubrooms in Cloneen.

Best Wishes

Best wishes to our junior player and u10 coach Helen Hogan who sustained a recent injury. The club and particularly the u10 girls wish Helen a speedy recovery .