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24th September 2020

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A hurlers produced an excellent performance to defeat Castletown Ballyagran in the County quarter-final. Patrickswell started the match with remarkable intensity and pressurised our opponents in every department. Paul O'Brien's goal in the third minute built the platform for a high tempo first half. The goal was followed by a string of seven unanswered points in twenty minutes from Barry Foley (0-4), Brian Fitzgerald, Darragh Ahern and Paul O'Brien. Meanwhile, Patrickswell's defence held firm against the Castletown-Ballyagran attacks. In the 25th minute of the first half, the 'Well held a 1-7 to 0-0 advantage. When Castletown-Ballyagran struck their opening two points, Shane Hannon and Brian Fitzgerald were on hand to cancel them out. The South Men secured the last point of the half as Patrickswell by 1-9 to 0-3 at the interval.

The second half began with the anticipated fightback from Castletown-Ballyagran. They scored four consecutive points to slash the deficit to 1-9 to 0-7. Cian Enright's free point ended a period of ten minutes without a Patrickswell score. Barry Foley chipped in with a point two minutes later. The scoreboard was 1-11 to 0-7 by the 45th minute. In the next ten minutes, the teams exchanged two points apiece as Patrickswell's Jamie Dillon and Cian Enright kept Castletown-Ballyagran at arm's length. As the sun beat down, Castletown-Ballyagran surged forward. Their endeavour was rewarded by four straight points as Patrickswell were forced onto the back foot. With three minutes elapsed in stoppage time, our opponents were just one goal behind at 1-13 to 0-13.Patrickswell needed to hold its nerve as there was still two minutes left. The siege was lifted when Shane Hannon received the sliotar on the left touchline and notched the critical insurance point. The referee blew the final whistle shortly afterwards and Pa Dundon's men marched into the semi-final with a 1-14 to 0-13 win.

CAMOGIE: The Camogie club had a great weekend. The U-14 girls won the County Championship by defeating Monaleen by 0-9 to 0-8. Elsewhere, the Junior Ladies beat Killeedy by 2-13 to 2-9 in their semi-final.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto was not won on Monday September 14. The drawn numbers were 4, 5, 14 and 25. The Bonus Number was 31. The Lucky Dip winners were €100 for James O'Riordan and €20 each for Donie Moroney, Breda Griffin, Tony O'Donoghue, Conor Murray and Shauna Doran. The jackpot on Monday September 21 is €5,600.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The fifth Club Limerick Draw for 2020 will take place this Saturday September 26 during the Live 95 Sport Programme between 10am & 11am. The Exclusive Star Prize for this draw is afternoon tea for five people in the Minstrel's Gallery at Adare Manor and a gourmet dinner for five people in the Carriage House Restaurant at Adare Manor.

If you would like to rejoin for the 5th draw, please visit www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/ .

 

17th September 2020

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell relinquished the Daly Cup after losing to Na Piarsaigh in the championship semi-final. The Caherdavin men started the match at a fast pace and registered two points within the opening minute. Patrickswell had equalised by the third minute after Aaron Gillane and Kevin O'Brien struck points. The scoring rate was intense in the first quarter of the match. Will Henn restored Na Piarsaigh's lead, but Aaron Gillane cancelled the deficit almost immediately. Our opponents experienced a purple patch in which they scored four points in two minutes. Aaron Gillane and John Flynn were forced to intervene with a point apiece. Remarkably, the score was 0-7 to 0-5 after ten minutes. Thomas Grimes put the Light Blues three points ahead, but Aaron Gillane and Cian Lynch trimmed the deficit to a single point at 0-8 to 0-7 by the water break. The scoring rate reduced considerably in the latter stages of the first half. Will Henn and Aaron Gillane exchanged points before Na Piarsaigh scored a fresh point and moved 0-10 to 0-8 ahead in the 25th minute. Once again, Henn and Aaron Gillane both scored a point each as the first half entered injury time. Na Piarsaigh claimed three consecutive points and Patrickswell's cause was hampered by the dismissal of Seanie O'Brien for a second yellow card. The half-time score was 0-14 to 0-9 against Ciaran Carey's men.

Despite having fourteen players, Patrickswell were on the offensive at the beginning of the second half. Cian Lynch scored on both sides of a Diarmaid Byrnes point to slash the deficit to 0-14 to 0-12. Unfortunately, Na Piarsaigh claimed a devastating goal that neutralised the Patrickswell comeback. Another point from the Caherdavin men was countered by a pair of points from Aaron Gillane and Diarmaid Byrnes. At the 40th minute mark, the 'Well trailed by 1-15 to 0-14. Na Piarsaigh accrued another two points before Jason Gillane's free slowed them down. It was proving difficult to eat into the arrears as Patrickswell were kept at arm's length. Na Piarsaigh increased their lead to six points; however Jason Gillane and Diarmaid Byrnes were on hand to cut the margin to four points at 1-18 to 0-17. In the 52nd minute, the 'Well had a good chance of overhauling their opponents. Sadly, Na Piarsaigh were ruthless with their possession and notched seven unanswered points in the last eight minutes to cement a 1-25 to 0-17 win. Hard luck to the players and management.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A hurlers reached the County quarter-final by virtue of beating Old Christians and another match working in their favour. Barry Foley opened the scoring for Patrickswell with a point, but Old Christians replied with two points in quick succession. The match ended as a contest when the 'Well plundered 3-3 without reply in a furious four minute spell. The goals were scored by Jonathan McMahon, Brian Fitzgerald and Pa Mann, while Barry Foley claimed two points and Cian Enright scored from a free. The scoreline after ten minutes was 3-4 to 0-2. Over the following ten minutes, Paul O'Brien scored two points around an Old Christians point. Barry Foley's hard work was rewarded by a goal. The frantic pace slowed for the closing stages of the first half. Old Christians accumulated another three points, while Patrickswell bagged four points from Cian Enright (0-2), Barry Foley and Brian Fitzgerald. The half-time score was 4-10 to 0-6 in favour of Pa Dundon's men.

There was no let-up in the second half. Darragh Ahern's point was quickly cancelled out, but Shane Hannon immediately delivered a fifth goal. Barry Foley scored another point that was sandwiched between two Old Christians points. In the 35th minute, Patrickswell led by 5-12 to 0-9. In the space of four minutes, Paul O'Brien helped himself to two goals and Cian Enright recorded another free. There were twenty minutes left on the clock and Patrickswell were cruising at 7-13 to 0-9. The tempo of the match dropped off dramatically, witnessed by the teams only hitting two points apiece in twenty minutes of play. By the 60th minute, the Patrickswell lead was 7-15 to 0-11. During injury time, Shane Hannon hit the eighth goal of the encounter and Cian Enright bagged another free. The result was a comprehensive 8-16 to 0-13 win. Kilteely Dromkeen's defeat to Croagh-Kilfinny edged the 'Well into a county quarter-final. Patrickswell will face Castletown Ballyagran on Sunday September 20 at 12 noon in Adare.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto was not won on Monday September 7. The drawn numbers were 11, 16, 18 and 25. The Bonus Number was 13. The Lucky Dip winners were €100 for Brid Collins and €20 each for Jerry Daly, Betty Lordan, Marie McDermott, Jack Hall and Kathleen Moore. The jackpot on Monday September 14 is €5,400.

 

10th September 2020

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell will face Na Piarsaigh in a mouth-watering County Championship semi-final at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday September 12 at 7.30pm. Unfortunately, the match is behind closed doors but it can be viewed on Limerick GAA TV and followed through social media.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A hurlers claimed an important victory in the fourth match of the County Championship against Mungret. Brian Fitzgerald's free opened the scoring for Patrickswell in the second minute before Mungret responded in kind. Barry Foley was very accurate with his free-taking and he was rewarded with three points to build a 0-4 to 0-2 advantage by the water break. Brian Fitzgerald's goal in the 22nd minute lifted Patrickswell and Jamie Dillon chipped in with another point. The signs were positive in the 25th minute, with Pa Dundon's men ahead by 1-5 to 0-2. Mungret were in no mood to lie down and they responded with four consecutive points to slash the deficit to two points at 1-5 to 0-6. Barry Foley ended the Mungret surge with two quickfire points, although our neighbours scored the last point of the first half. The scoreboard displayed 1-7 to 0-7 at the interval.

While Mungret struck the first point of the second half, Shane Hannon stunned our opponents with a 32nd minute goal. Jonathan McMahon added another point and Patrickswell built a two-goal lead at 2-8 to 0-8. The next ten minutes were competitive and cagey, illustrated by two Mungret points and no scores from the 'Well. The tables were turned in the subsequent ten minutes as Patrickswell notched two points and Mungret could not manage any score. By the 55th minute, we were 2-10 to 0-10 ahead. Mungret returned to the scoreboard with one point, but Jamie Dillon and Shane Hannon produced the last two points to cap a 2-12 to 0-11 win. The Junior A hurlers are scheduled to play Old Christians on Sunday September 13 at 5pm in Caherdavin.

UNDER 14 HURLERS: The U-14 hurlers gave a spirited display in the County Championship Final against Killeedy-Tournafulla. The first half was dominated by Patrickswell, but a second half resurgence by our opponents proved too much. Patrickswell netted a goal within fifty seconds of the whistle. Killeedy-Tournafulla responded with a point that Patrickswell ultimately cancelled out, before they recorded three unanswered points. The scoreline after ten minutes was level at 1-1 to 0-4. The remainder of the first half belonged to Dessie Foley's boys, accruing another goal and four points without response. The half-time score was 2-5 to 0-4.

Killeedy-Tournafulla emerged for the second half with conviction. They began to dominate proceedings and rattled the 'Well by scoring 1-6 without reply. Patrickswell were now trailing by two points at 1-10 to 2-5 with fifteen minutes left. Our boys managed to register one point, although the response was a flurry of three points on the trot. Patrickswell needed to overturn a four-point deficit at 1-13 to 2-6 with ten minutes left. There was adequate time and another 'Well point provided hope. Unfortunately, Killeedy-Tournafulla were too strong and they closed out the match with a spell of 1-3 without reply. The final result was 2-16 to 2-7. Hard luck to all the players and management.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto was not won on Monday August 31. The drawn numbers were 4, 6, 17 and 32. The Bonus Number was 9. The Lucky Dip winners were €100 for Leona Kelly and €20 each for Lorraine O'Neill, Jenny McGrath, Mary Kenny, Snekha Kumar and Maire Kenny. The jackpot on Monday September 7 is €5,200.

 

3rd September 2020

UNDER 14 HURLERS: The U-14 hurlers won their County semi-final by 2-15 to 3-5.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A Hurlers are scheduled to play Mungret in Clarina on Sunday September 6 at 6pm.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto was not won on Monday August 24. The drawn numbers were 3, 6, 10 and 14. The Bonus Number was 11. The Lucky Dip winners were €100 for John Clancy and €20 each for Cora Cliffe, C. Keyes, Terence Hall, John Brennan and Ciara Moloney. The jackpot on Monday August 31 is €5,000.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: Padraig O'Brien scooped €100 in the August 2020 Club Limerick Draw.

If you would like to rejoin for the 5th draw, please visit www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/ .

 

27th August 2020

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers suffered a narrow defeat against Doon in the Premier Championship County Final. Patrickswell made an impressive start and scored two points from Jason Gillane and John Kirby within four minutes. Doon registered their first point; however Jason Gillane's point followed almost immediately. Doon increased their tempo and were rewarded with three unanswered points in two minutes. The scoreboard displayed a Doon advantage of 0-4 to 0-3 after seven minutes. While Josh Considine levelled the scores with a point, the East Men retaliated with two consecutive points. The pace of scoring was incessant and Doon led by 0-6 to 0-4 by the tenth minute. Patrickswell began to dominate possession and shut out Doon, while notching further points from John Kirby and Jason Gillane. There were ten minutes left in the first half and the teams were tied at 0-6 apiece. There was an intense flurry of points as Doon's two points were outmatched by Patrickswell's trio from Jason Gillane (0-2) and Josh Considine. By the 25th minute, the 'Well commanded a narrow 0-9 to 0-8 lead. Doon's next two points were countered by Gavin Carey and John Kirby; however they scored the final point of the first half to draw level at 0-11 each.

The second half was extremely intense and keenly contested. Doon surged ahead by 0-14 to 0-11 by the 35th minute as Patrickswell struggled to score. However, Damien Gillane's men recorded four points from Jason Gillane (0-3) and Patrick Kirby during a sixteen-minute spell in which Doon failed to raise a flag. The clock ticked to 55 minutes and Patrickswell were 0-15 to 0-14 ahead. The match was destined for a dramatic conclusion as the two sides were virtually inseparable. Doon equalised, but John Kirby restored the one-point lead within sixty seconds. Unfortunately, Doon found a higher gear and they claimed three straight points to edge ahead at 0-18 to 0-16 in the 62nd minute. Patrickswell had to decide whether to aim for goal or hope for two points in the dying minutes. Jason Gillane scored a 64th minute point and the 'Well took their positions for a grandstand finale. Doon weathered the late storm and ran out 0-18 to 0-17 winners. Hard luck to the players and management.

MINOR HURLERS: The Minor hurlers ended their Championship campaign with a loss at home to Doon. Patrick Kirby got Patrickswell off the mark in the first minute; however Doon plundered 1-6 without reply in eight minutes. Patrick Kirby's second point of the match was a brief respite as Doon accumulated 1-3 in another ten-minute spell. In the 22nd minute, Doon led by 2-9 to 0-2. Patrick Kirby's third point was met with three consecutive points to establish a 2-12 to 0-3 buffer. Eoin Harmon and John Kirby put their names on the scoresheet before half-time although Doon scored four points in the same period. The half-time score was 2-16 to 0-5.

The second half witnessed a comeback by John Murphy's boys. Doon claimed the first point of the half, but Patrick Kirby and Sam McNamara responded with points. Doon's next point was countered with three points from Eoin Harmon (0-2) and Josh Carey. At the water break, Patrickswell trailed by 2-18 to 0-10. Doon re-emerged to score four points in six minutes, sandwiched around a point from Niall Kerins. The score was 2-22 to 0-11 when Eoin Harmon embarked on a spell of four points in seven minutes. As the match reached injury time, Doon led by 2-23 to 0-15. Cian O'Gorman notched a point and Josh Carey scored a superb goal by kicking the sliotar into the roof of the net. The result was a 2-23 to 1-16 reverse.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto was not won on Monday August 17. The drawn numbers were 8, 26, 30 and 31. The Bonus Number was 15. The Lucky Dip winners were €100 for Micheal O'Brien and €20 each for Diarmaid O'Connor, Edward Hayes, Anthony Cross, PJ O'Grady and M&A Mann. The jackpot on Monday August 24 is €4,800.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The fourth Club Limerick Draw for 2020 will take place this Saturday August 29 during the Live 95 Sport Programme between 10am & 11am. The Exclusive Star Prize for this draw is a luxurious 2 Ball at Adare Manor, including caddies.

If you would like to rejoin for the 4th draw, please visit www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/ .

 

20th August 2020

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers booked their place in the County Final after an impressive win over Mungret St. Paul's. Our opponents were quickly into their stride and scored two points within two minutes. However, Cian Enright and Jason Gillane equalised for the 'Well by the sixth minute. Once again, Mungret notched two quickfire points and held a 0-4 to 0-2 lead in the tenth minute. There was no sense of alarm in the Patrickswell ranks. Adam Carrig and Jason Gillane (0-2) produced a burst of three points in three minutes to send Patrickswell ahead for the first time. For the next ten minutes, the 'Well were held scoreless while Mungret recorded three consecutive points. The pendulum had swung back in their favour. The scoreboard displayed a 0-7 to 0-5 Mungret advantage after twenty minutes.

Patrickswell needed a response to the slowdown in the scoring rate. The reaction was three unanswered points from Jason Gillane (0-2) and Josh Considine. Patrickswell now led by 0-8 to 0-7, but Mungret responded with two fresh points. On the stroke of half-time, John Kirby popped up with a point and the teams were level at 0-9 apiece.

The second half began with a Mungret point, but Patrickswell began to dominate possession and chances. Jason Gillane (0-2) and John Kirby established a 0-12 to 0-10 buffer by the 35th minute. Mungret trimmed the deficit to a single score, until Adam Carrig and Jason Gillane extended the margin to three points at 0-14 to 0-11. While Mungret registered another point, Patrickswell struck back with a salvo of points from Patrick Kirby, John Kirby and Calvin Carroll. There were ten minutes left on the stadium clock and Patrickswell had established a 0-17 to 0-12 lead. Mungret scored two points in succession, but Jason Gillane's brace kept them at arm's length.

At the beginning of stoppage time, Patrickswell looked comfortable at 0-19 to 0-14 ahead. Mungret threw caution to the wind and stunned the 'Well by nabbing a goal and a point in sixty seconds. The lead was slashed to a single point (0-19 to 1-15) and there was plenty of additional time to come. Josh Considine remained composed and his point in the 63rd minute restored a two-point lead. Mungret had two options as time ran out. They could either plunder a decisive goal or grab a few late points at the referee's discretion. As Patrickswell kept Mungret away from the goalmouth, our rivals opted for a point and regrouped to seek their equaliser. Thankfully for Patrickswell, Josh Carey struck an insurance point and ensured a battling 0-21 to 1-16 victory. On Wednesday August 19, Patrickswell meet Doon in the final at LIT Gaelic Grounds.

MINOR HURLERS: The Minor hurlers suffered defeat to Mungret St. Paul's in their second Championship match at home. Our visitors raced into a 1-4 to 0-0 lead after just five minutes. Patrick Kirby responded with three frees in quick succession to narrow the margin to four points at 1-4 to 0-3 after ten minutes. Both sides traded two points apiece over the next five minutes to maintain the gap at 1-6 to 0-5. While Mungret accrued three points in a row, John Murphy's team replied with four straight points from Patrick Kirby (0-3) and John Kirby. Patrickswell were within one goal in the 25th minute (1-9 to 0-9) and confidence was growing. Unfortunately, a second Mungret goal hurt the 'Well badly. The remainder of the first half was level pegging with an exchange of three points apiece. At the whistle, Mungret led by 2-12 to 0-12.

The second half commenced with a third Mungret goal and an additional point as the visitors cemented a ten-point lead at 3-13 to 0-12. To our credit, the boys never gave up. Over the next fifteen minutes, the teams scored four points each (Patrick Kirby 0-3 and John Kirby). There was ten minutes left and our opponents were 3-17 to 0-16 ahead. A blitz of two goals and two points in three minutes from Mungret gave them an unassailable lead of 5-19 to 0-16. Patrickswell closed the game strongly and were compensated with four points. The final result was 5-21 to 0-20. The final group match is on Friday August 21 at home against Doon.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto was not won on Monday August 10. The drawn numbers were 20, 24, 25 and 28. The Bonus Number was 22. The Lucky Dip winners were €100 for Declan Tierney and €20 each for Maudie Hunt, Julie Callaghan, Jimmy McCarthy, Ed & Gerry and Margaret Hehir. The jackpot on Monday August 17 is €4,600.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The fourth Club Limerick Draw for 2020 will take place on Saturday August 29 during the Live 95 Sport Programme between 10am & 11am. The Exclusive Star Prize for this draw is a luxurious 2 Ball at Adare Manor, including caddies.

If you would like to rejoin for the 4th draw, please visit www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/ .

 

13th August 2020

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell crept into the County Championship semi-final by salvaging a late draw against Doon. Mark Carmody scored the first point of the match, which Doon cancelled out immediately. The first ten minutes were very competitive as both teams shared four points apiece (Jason Gillane 0-2, John Flynn and Kevin O'Brien). While Doon went ahead with their sixth point, they were pegged back by Patrick Kirby's fine goal in the 12th minute. Doon fired over another point to narrow the deficit to a single point; however Ciaran Carey's men experienced a purple patch of three consecutive points from Tom O'Brien, Aaron Gillane and Diarmaid Byrnes. The scoreboard at the 20th minute displayed a 1-8 to 0-7 advantage for the 'Well. The East Men were undaunted and increased their tempo. Doon recorded four unanswered points to equalise at 1-8 to 0-11 by the interval.

Doon notched the first point of the second half within a minute of the restart. While Aaron Gillane equalised shortly afterwards, Doon scored three points within seven minutes to move 0-15 to 1-9 ahead by the 40th minute. While John Flynn reduced the arrears to two points, Patrickswell's scoring rate had slowed. Doon added another two points in the next ten minutes, while the 'Well were unable to register. By the 50th minute, Doon were 0-17 to 1-10 ahead. Patrickswell struggled to close the gap because scores from Aaron Gillane (0-1) and Jason Gillane (0-3) were matched by Doon at every turn. The stadium clock reached 60 minutes with Doon ahead by four points at 0-21 to 1-14. The odds did not look good for Patrickswell, but Aaron Gillane had not read the script. In injury time, he fielded a high ball and drilled a superb shot across the face of the goalkeeper. The ball nestled in the far corner and Patrickswell re-set themselves for a grand finale. There was sufficient time for Kevin O'Brien to surge forward and dispatch an equalising point that broke Doon hearts. The final score was 2-15 to 0-21.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A hurlers delivered a tenacious performance to draw with Kilteely Dromkeen in the third match of the County Championship. The game began at a ferocious pace, with our opponents scoring a goal and leading by 1-2 to 0-2 after just five minutes. Pa Dundon's men settled into a pattern to record three points in a ten-minute window, while restricting Kilteely Dromkeen to two points. In the 15th minute, Barry Foley judged the flight of a high ball and caught it brilliantly. From one yard out, he tapped home a goal and put the 'Well 1-5 to 1-4 ahead. The teams exchanged one point apiece before Kilteely Dromkeen claimed their second goal to hit the front. Over the next ten minutes, the 'Well were narrowly outscored by five points to four points. The half-time score was a deficit of 2-10 to 1-10.

Patrickswell enjoyed the early stages of the second half. By the 35th minute, the scores were level at 1-14 to 2-11. Shane Quinlan's goal helped to establish a three-point lead of 2-15 to 2-12 with fifteen minutes remaining. The game became more cagey, with a lower scoring rate. Our opponents reached the water break in the 48th minute only one point behind at 2-15 to 2-14. The lead changed hands on a number of occasions, although Patrickswell created a slender 2-18 to 2-17 margin in injury time. The match was now a battle for every single puckout and possession. Kilteely Dromkeen equalised in injury time and the outcome of the match was in the balance. Both teams pushed forward for a winning score, but there was no final drama. The clubs were forced to share a 2-18 to 2-18 draw after a tough contest. Patrickswell now have a record of one win, one draw and one defeat.

MINOR HURLERS: The Minor hurlers suffered defeat to neighbours Ballybrown in the opening fixture of the Premier Championship. Nine points were scored within six minutes as Patrickswell held a narrow 0-5 to 0-4 lead (Patrick Kirby 0-3, John Kirby, Eoin Harmon). While the amount of scores slowed, Ballybrown proved their pedigree as title holders. With five minutes left in the first half, the Clarina men had steadied themselves to lead by 0-10 to 0-7. John Kirby had added two points for Patrickswell. Unfortunately, there was another flurry of Ballybrown points before half-time and the 'Well trailed by 0-15 to 0-9 at the break (two more points from John Kirby)

The start of the second half was quite competitive, with Patrickswell trying hard to close the gap. In the initial 15 minutes of the second half, both neighbours scored four points apiece (Patrick Kirby 0-4). Ballybrown maintained their six-point buffer at 0-19 to 0-13. The game was decided as a contest when two Ballybrown goals in six minutes cemented an unassailable 13-point margin at 2-21 to 0-14. The match ended with our opponents accruing another goal and three points to run out 3-24 to 0-15 winners.

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers are scheduled to play Mungret in a County Championship semi-final on Wednesday August 12 at 7pm in the LIT Gaelic Grounds.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto was not won on Tuesday August 4. The drawn numbers were 2, 16, 25 and 26. The Bonus Number was 14. The Lucky Dip winners were €100 for Kyle Loftus and €20 each for Tony Gormley, Emer Foley, Noel and Marie Gavin, Liam O'Carroll and Mary Burke. The jackpot on Monday August 10 is €4,400.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The fourth Club Limerick Draw for 2020 will take place on Saturday August 29 during the Live 95 Sport Programme between 10am & 11am. The Exclusive Star Prize for this draw is a luxurious 2 Ball at Adare Manor, including caddies.

If you would like to rejoin for the 4th draw, please visit www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/ .

 

6th August 2020

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell meet Doon in our second pool match of the County Championship on Saturday August 8 in the LIT Gaelic Grounds at 7.30pm.

MINOR HURLERS: The Minor Premier Hurling Championship begins with a visit to parish neighbours Ballybrown on Wednesday August 5 at 7.30pm in Clarina.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: Patrickswell recorded its first win of the County Championship against Askeaton in Adare. The opening stages of the match were low-scoring and it took Patrickswell eight minutes to break the deadlock. From that moment onwards, the pace of scoring increased. By the 15th minute, the teams were level at 0-2 apiece. However, Pa Dundon's team began to dominate the possession and chances. Two additional points were notched in a five-minute spell to establish a 0-4 to 0-2 lead. The remainder of the first half belonged to Patrickswell and we reached the interval at 0-9 to 0-4 ahead.

The second half started dramatically when Paul O'Brien plundered a close-range goal within fifty seconds of the throw-in. Patrickswell now had a substantial buffer of eight points and they continued to build on their growing superiority. By the 35th minute, the 'Well led comfortably by 1-13 to 0-5. Over the next ten minutes, we outscored Askeaton by four points to two points. The second half water break was taken in the 45th minute and Patrickswell held their biggest lead at 1-17 to 0-7. Askeaton produced an impressive late revival to unsettle Patrickswell with two quick goals in the 57th and 59th minute. The scoreboard reflected a six-point advantage of 1-17 to 2-8 with four minutes of additional time to play. Patrickswell weathered the storm and there were no further scores by either team.

The third group match against Kilteely Dromkeen is scheduled for Sunday August 9 at 7pm in Claughaun.

CΪL CAMP: Registration for Patrickswell's Cϊl Camp on Monday August 10 to Friday August 14 is available at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto was not won on Monday July 27. The drawn numbers were 2, 15, 27 and 28. The Bonus Number was 31. The Lucky Dip winners were €100 for Aileen Mann and €20 each for Terence Kenny, Ciaran & Gearoid Healy, Marie Foley, Mary Galvin and David Flaherty. The jackpot on Tuesday August 4 is €4,200.

 

30th July 2020

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell faced a stiff examination from Adare in the first match of the Senior Hurling Championship. Both sides registered two points apiece (Jack Kelleher and Jason Gillane) in the opening five minutes. The first goal of the contest was scored by Aaron Gillane, but Adare replied with two points. The scoreboard after eight minutes was 1-2 to 0-4 in favour of Patrickswell. The next seven minutes were keenly fought. Both teams added four points each, namely from Jack Kelleher, Kevin O'Brien, Aaron Gillane and Patrick Kirby. With one quarter of the match gone, the 'Well led by 1-6 to 0-8. Adare's confidence increased and they took advantage with three unanswered points. Diarmaid Byrnes reduced the arrears with his first point, however Adare surged with another three points. By the 25th minute, Ciaran Carey's men were trailing by 0-14 to 1-7. Patrick Kirby's point halted the onslaught, but Adare cancelled his point out. During injury time in the first half, Adare increased their tally by two points, while Patrickswell added one more point. The half-time score was 0-17 to 1-9.

The second half began poorly for the 'Well when Adare cemented a seven-point lead with two quick scores. The game seemed to be slipping away from the champions, but Jack Kelleher and Aaron Gillane registered points to trim the deficit to 0-19 to 1-11. While Adare banked another point, Patrickswell retaliated with three straight points from John Flynn and Aaron Gillane (0-2). There was fresh confidence in the 'Well camp now. Patrick Kirby and Jack Kelleher exchanged scores with Adare to make the scoreline 0-22 to 1-16 with fifteen minutes left. Captain Cian Lynch began to impose himself on the match and his first point was a precursor to Aaron Gillane's critical second goal. The stadium clock displayed 50 minutes and Patrickswell had finally taken the lead by a single point at 2-17 to 0-22. Despite the pressure, Adare stemmed the tide with two rapid points to ease ahead again by 0-24 to 2-17. The old adage that "goals win games" was proven true when Kevin O'Brien's decisive goal was followed up by more points from brothers Kevin and Thomas O'Brien. The champions were in command with a four-point buffer of 3-19 to 0-24 with five minutes left. Adare and Patrickswell swapped points before the match reached injury time. The holders finished strongly in the closing stages and produced another three points to Adare's solitary point in injury time. The final whistle sounded with the result of 3-23 to 0-26. Patrickswell had overcome the first hurdle against a robust challenge from Adare.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A hurlers started their County Championship campaign with a tough assignment against Croagh-Kilfinny. Our opponents exploded into the match by scoring a goal after one minute. Andrew Carroll responded with a free, however a second goal was conceded by the fifth minute. Patrickswell and Croagh-Kilfinny exchanged points to produce a scoreline of 2-1 to 0-2 after ten minutes. Shane Quinlan's goal put the 'Well back on track and his goal was supplemented by Peter Harty's point. At the quarter mark, Pa Dundon's men trailed by the minimum of 2-1 to 1-3. Croagh-Kilfinny tacked on two more points, but they were upset by a point by Peter Harty and a long-range free that bounced into their net. As the teams entered injury time, Patrickswell led by 2-4 to 2-3. There was an additional point accrued before the interval, making the advantage of 2-5 to 2-4.

The second half began with a salvo of three points in four minutes from Croagh-Kilfinny. The next five minutes were characterised by a stalemate of three points apiece. At the 40th minute milestone, our opponents led by 2-10 to 2-8. The decisive blow was struck by Croagh-Kilfinny with their third goal and another two points in rapid succession. Patrickswell were now seven points behind at 3-12 to 2-8. The scoring rate slowed down over the next ten minutes, but Andrew Carroll (0-2) and Darragh Ahern reduced the arrears to 3-13 to 2-11. Patrickswell pushed forward to get a goal, but Croagh -Kilfinny were well organised in defence. They emerged as 3-15 to 2-12 victors on the night. The next match is scheduled for Sunday August 2 at 7pm in Adare versus Askeaton.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: Patrickswell had two winners in July's Club Limerick Draw. Timmy O'Neill scooped €1,000, while Michelle Bennis won €100.

CUL CAMP: Registration for Patrickswell's Cul Camp on Monday August 10 to Friday August 14 is available at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto was not won on Monday July 20. The drawn numbers were 2, 8, 11 and 32. The Bonus Number was 31. The Lucky Dip winners were €100 for Evan Loftus Kennedy and €20 each for Margo Foster, Chloe Moore, Conor Shanahan, Una Ryan and William Moloney. The jackpot on Monday July 27 is €4,000.

 

23rd July 2020

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers produced a resilient performance to beat Ahane in the Premier Championship quarter-final.

Patrickswell settled quickly and established a 0-4 to 0-0 advantage within seven minutes via points from Cian Fitzgerald, Cian Enright and Jason Gillane (0-2). Ahane responded with two consecutive points before Jason Gillane restored a three-point lead. Our opponents were now bedded into the match and they scooped three points in quick succession to draw level at 0-5 apiece.

John Kirby and Jason Gillane nudged Patrickswell ahead with fresh points. While Ahane struck another point, Gavin Carey's tenacious run was rewarded with a goal. The scoreboard displayed 1-7 to 0-6 with five minutes left in the opening half. This goal spurred an Ahane revival. They notched a goal and two points to take the lead at 1-8 to 0-7. Thankfully, Patrickswell were able to secure two points before the interval and led by 1-9 to 1-8.

Ahane started the second half impressively and their next two points built a 1-10 to 1-9 lead. Patrickswell responded with a trio of points from Eoin Harmon, Patrick Kirby and Jason Gillane. With fifteen minutes left on the clock, Ahane reduced the arrears to 1-12 to 1-11. Jason Gillane and John Kirby exchanged points with Ahane, leaving the margin at 1-14 to 1-13 to Patrickswell with five minutes of normal time on the clock.

It was an exciting conclusion to the match. Patrickswell kept their composure and punished Ahane with three unanswered points from Jason Gillane, John Kirby and Eoin Carroll. There was now some breathing space at 1-17 to 1-13. Due to the lengthy water break, there was sufficient time for Ahane to respond. They took a free point and hoped that the referee would allow sufficient time for a late goal chance. However, Patrickswell held firm and proceed to the semi-final by 1-17 to 1-14.

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell begin their defence of the Daly Cup with a match against Adare on Thursday July 23 at 7.30pm at the LIT Gaelic Grounds. Once again, this match will be all ticket. The match will be streamed live by Limerick GAA (https://page.inplayer.com/LimerickGAA/ ) and you can also follow the scores on the What's the Scor app.

SAFE RETURN TO GAELIC GAMES: It is important that health & safety protocols are followed, especially the use of personal water bottles and hand sanitiser. Before every training session and match, you are required to re-confirm your health status. This can be done online every time at https://returntoplay.gaa.ie

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The third CLUB Limerick Draw for 2020 will take place on Saturday July 25 during the Live 95 Sport Programme between 10am & 11am. If you previously bought online, but haven't purchased online yet for the 3rd draw, please re-join online.

The Exclusive Star Prize for this draw is a two night stay for two guests at Parknasilla Resort & Spa in a Parkland View Room, a la carte dinner in the Pygmalion on one evening with a bottle of house wine & a delicious full Irish Breakfast each morning.

Join the #CLUBLkDraw in July for only €10 & Win/Share €10,000 (top prize) or a two night Staycation at Parknasilla or 28 other cash prizes. Full details & sign up visit www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw/

CUL CAMP: Registration for Patrickswell's Cul Camp on Monday August 10 to Friday August 14 is available at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto was not won on Monday July 13. The drawn numbers were 1, 10, 31 and 32. The Bonus Number was 20. The Lucky Dip winners were €100 for Kieran Carroll and €20 each for Fr. Mike Cussen, Theresa O'Neill, Kathleen Enright, Richard Kennedy and Patricia O'Regan. The jackpot on Monday July 20 is €3,800.

 

16th July 2020

CUL CAMP: Registration for Patrickswell's Cul Camp on Monday August 10 to Friday August 14 is available at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/

SAFE RETURN TO GAELIC GAMES: It is important that health & safety protocols are followed, especially the use of personal water bottles and hand sanitiser. Before every training session and match, you are required to re-confirm your health status. This can be done online every time at https://returntoplay.gaa.ie

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The third CLUB Limerick Draw for 2020 will take place on Saturday 25 July during the Live 95 Sport Programme between 10am & 11am. If you previously bought online, but haven't purchased online yet for the 3rd draw, please re-join online.

The Exclusive Star Prize for this draw is a two night stay for two guests at Parknasilla Resort & Spa in a Parkland View Room, a la carte dinner in the Pygmalion on one evening with a bottle of house wine & a delicious full Irish Breakfast each morning.

Join the #CLUBLkDraw in July for only €10 & Win/Share €10,000 (top prize) or a two night Staycation at Parknasilla or 28 other cash prizes. Full details & sign up visit www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw/

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto has returned to its weekly Monday night slot.

 

9th July 2020

SAFE RETURN TO GAELIC GAMES: Players are allowed to return to training. It is important that health & safety protocols are followed, especially the use of personal water bottles and hand sanitiser. Before every training session, you are required to re-confirm your health status. This can be done online every time at https://returntoplay.gaa.ie

CLUB LOTTO: The next lotto draw is on Monday July 13. There is no draw on Monday July 6.

CLUB GEAR: A club gear order is being submitted on Friday July 10. Contact Louise O'Donnell on 0860406879 to place an order.

 

2nd July 2020

SAFE RETURN TO GAELIC GAMES: Players are now allowed to return to training. It is important that health & safety protocols are followed, especially the use of personal water bottles and hand sanitiser. Two important documents must be furnished for the first night of training. These documents are applicable to every player - young or old. Firstly the e-learning module must be completed and retained for inspection (Access here - https://courses.gaa.ie/Covid19ClubEd  ). A screenshot certificate is acceptable on a mobile phone handset. Secondly, every player or guardian must complete the health questionnaire included in the "Safe Return to Gaelic Games" document.

FIXTURE LIST: Patrickswell Senior Hurlers will form a Championship Group with Adare and Doon. The first match against Adare is scheduled for Sunday July 26. The Junior A County Championship will commence in late July, while the U-21 hurlers and Minor hurlers return to action in August.

CLUB LOTTO: After a break of three months, the postponed draw from March 16 will be held on Monday June 29.

 

25th June 2020

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW 2020: The second Club Limerick Draw of 2020 will take place this Saturday June 27.

You can join at any stage for the next draw - or the entire annual series! Online customers who only purchased for the first draw are encouraged to sign up similarly online for future draws.

Subscriptions can be bought in four different manners: Firstly - online at www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw . Secondly, you can pay directly to a Bank Account (contact Siobhan 0873520395 for full details. Thirdly, please email Siobhan at info.clublimerick@gaa.ie . Lastly, please make contact with Patrickswell GAA Club via Seamus O'Riordan at 0872869175.

CORONA VIRUS: The following changes to the 'Return to Activity' guidelines have been made after recommendations from the GAA's Covid-19 Advisory Committee.

Pitches for Adult training can open on Wednesday June 24. For Minors and younger age groups, training can commence from Saturday June 27. Training is on a non-contact basis and on the understanding that players and all participants have completed the e-Learning module which takes approx. 20 mins. (Access here - https://courses.gaa.ie/Covid19ClubEd  ) and follow the control measures in place (health questionnaire etc.).

There can be a maximum of 15 players in a designated area of the field. Coaching numbers for underage teams must be consistent with Code of Behaviour.

From Monday June 29, contact training and challenge games are permitted for all. Clarification has been sought on what will constitute a close contact versus a casual contact. Restriction on participants-only attending training sessions should be relaxed from Monday 29 June subject to government specified maximum of 200 people in the ground.

Club Fixtures will be allowed from Friday July 17. There has been no change to inter-county dates (September 14 for training. Competitions to start on October 17 as planned). All control measures for players, coaches and other team personnel (completion of health questionnaire, e-Learning education etc) is to remain in place until advised otherwise. Dressing rooms will remain closed until July 20.

The Advisory Committee is considering the position in relation to other GAA buildings (such as gyms, Handball alleys etc). Guidance will be provided in this context before June 29.

 

18th June 2020

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW 2020: The second Club Limerick Draw of 2020 will take place on Saturday June 27.

You can join at any stage for the next draw - or the entire annual series! Online customers who only purchased for the first draw are encouraged to sign up similarly online for future draws.

Subscriptions can be bought in four different manners: Firstly - online at www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw . Secondly, you can pay directly to a Bank Account (contact Siobhan 0873520395 for full details. Thirdly, please email Siobhan at info.clublimerick@gaa.ie . Lastly, please make contact with Patrickswell GAA Club via Seamus O'Riordan at 0872869175.

CORONA VIRUS: All club activities remain suspended for the duration of the crisis. There has been some additional recent information about the Government's schedule to resume training and games. These details will be communicated in due course.

Following instructions from the Government and in the interest of public health, Patrickswell GAA Clubhouse & Field is closed.

This includes the use of our pitch and property for any purpose - including walking, casual games or any gatherings. No exceptions are permitted.

HELPING HAND: A committee has been formed to assist locals who may need assistance during the current corona virus situation. The coordinator is Mary Gillane at 0863695155.

 

11th June 2020

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW 2020: The first Club Limerick Draw of 2020 occurred last weekend.

You can join at any stage for the next draw - or the entire annual series! Online customers who purchased for the first draw online are encouraged to sign up similarly for future draws.

Subscriptions can be bought in four different manners: Firstly - online at www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw . Secondly, you can pay directly to a Bank Account (contact Siobhan 0873520395 for full details. Thirdly, please email Siobhan at info.clublimerick@gaa.ie . Lastly, please make contact with Patrickswell GAA Club via Seamus O'Riordan at 0872869175.

CORONA VIRUS: All club activities remain suspended for the duration of the crisis. There has been some additional recent information about the Government's schedule to resume training and games. These details will be communicated in due course.

Following instructions from the Government and in the interest of public health, PatrickswellGAA Clubhouse & Field is closed.

This includes the use of our pitch and property for any purpose - including walking, casual games or any gatherings. No exceptions are permitted.

HELPING HAND: A committee has been formed to assist locals who may need assistance during the current corona virus situation. The coordinator is Mary Gillane at 0863695155.

 

28th May 2020

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW 2020: The Club Limerick Draw is returning for 2020 on Saturday June 6. Due to Covid-19, the selling arrangements will be slightly different to ensure public safety.

Subscriptions can be bought in four different manners: Firstly - online at www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw  . Secondly, you can pay directly to a Bank Account (contact Siobhan 0873520395 for full details). Thirdly, please email Siobhan at info.clublimerick@gaa.ie . Lastly, please make contact with Patrickswell GAA Club via Seamus O'Riordan at 0872869175.

There will be ten draws condensed over eight months, with two June draws and two December draws. As usual, each monthly draw entry is €10 (or €100 per annum). Remember that the club retains a minimum of 50%.

CORONA VIRUS: All club activities remain suspended for the duration of the crisis.

Following instructions from the Government and in the interest of public health, Patrickswell GAA Clubhouse & Field is closed. There is no known date for re-opening.

This includes the use of our pitch and property for any purpose - including walking, casual games or any gatherings. No exceptions are permitted.

HELPING HAND: A committee has been formed to assist locals who may need assistance during the current corona virus situation. The coordinator is Mary Gillane at 0863695155.

 

21st May 2020

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW 2020: The Club Limerick Draw is returning for 2020 on Saturday June 6. Due to Covid-19, the selling arrangements will be slightly different to ensure public safety.

Subscriptions can be bought online at www.limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw . Alternatively, you can contact Patrickswell GAA club locally or the County Board at info.clublimerick@gaa.ie .

There will be ten draws condensed over eight months, with two June draws and two December draws. As usual, each monthly draw is €10 (or €100 per annum). Remember that the club retains a minimum of 50%.

CORONA VIRUS: All club activities remain suspended for the duration of the crisis.

Following instructions from the Government and in the interest of public health, Patrickswell GAA Clubhouse & Field is closed. There is no known date for re-opening.

This includes the use of our pitch and property for any purpose - including walking, casual games or any gatherings. No exceptions are permitted.

HELPING HAND: A committee has been formed to assist locals who may need assistance during the current corona virus situation. The coordinator is Mary Gillane at 0863695155.

 

7th May 2020

PITCH DEVELOPMENTS: Grass seeds were recently sown on the new section of Pairc Antσin O'Briain, known locally as Courtney's Field. The boundary fence has also been removed.

CORONA VIRUS: All club activities remain suspended for the duration of the crisis.

Following instructions from the Government and in the interest of public health, Patrickswell GAA Clubhouse & Field is closed. There is no known date for re-opening.

This includes the use of our pitch and property for any purpose - including walking, casual games or any gatherings. No exceptions are permitted.

HELPING HAND: A committee has been formed to assist locals who may need assistance during the current corona virus situation. The coordinator is Mary Gillane at 0863695155.

 

30th April 2020

CORONA VIRUS: All club activities remain suspended for the duration of the crisis.

Following instructions from the Government and in the interest of public health, Patrickswell GAA Clubhouse & Field is closed. There is no known date for re-opening.

This includes the use of our pitch and property for any purpose - including walking, casual games or any gatherings. No exceptions are permitted.

HELPING HAND: A committee has been formed to assist locals who may need assistance during the current corona virus situation. The coordinator is Mary Gillane at 0863695155.

 

16th April 2020

SHINE YOUR LIGHT: On Easter Saturday, the club illuminated the clubhouse at 9pm in support of frontline workers. Paul Foley played "Limerick You're a Lady" on his accordion in the company of John McDermott and PJ O'Grady.

CORONA VIRUS: All club activities remain suspended for the duration of the crisis.

Following instructions from the Government and in the interest of public health, Patrickswell GAA Clubhouse & Field is closed and will remain closed until 19th April 2020 at a minimum.

This includes the use of our pitch and property for any purpose - including walking, casual games or any gatherings. No exceptions are permitted.

HELPING HAND: A committee has been formed to assist locals who may need assistance during the current corona virus situation. The coordinator is Mary Gillane at 0863695155.

 

2nd April 2020

CORONA VIRUS: All club activities remain suspended for the duration of the crisis.

Following instructions from the Government and in the interest of public health, Patrickswell GAA Clubhouse & Field is closed and will remain closed until 19th April 2020.

This includes the use of our pitch and property for any purpose - including walking, casual games or any gatherings. No exceptions are permitted.

SKILLS CHALLENGE: The Senior Hurlers and Camogie Ladies are currently recording fun skills videos and these are being posted to the club's Instagram page for everyone to follow.

HELPING HAND: A committee has been formed to assist locals who may need assistance during the current corona virus situation. The coordinator is Mary Gillane at 0863695155.

 

26th March 2020

CORONA VIRUS: All club activities remain suspended for the duration of the crisis.

SKILLS CHALLENGE: The Senior Hurlers are currently recording fun skills videos and these are being posted to the club's Instagram page for everyone to follow.

HELPING HAND: A committee has been formed to assist locals who may need assistance during the current corona virus situation. The coordinator is Mary Gillane at 0863695155.

 

19th March 2020

CORONA VIRUS: Limerick GAA County Board have decided to cancel all club activities - training sessions, club games, challenge games, courses, membership clinics and events until March 29.

Patrickswell GAA Clubhouse and field will remain closed until further notice. We will take continued advice from the Limerick GAA County Board and keep you all informed. Thank you all for your co-operation.

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday March 9 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 10, 17, 22 and 31. The Bonus was 5. The Lucky Dips were €100 for Richie Bennis, €50 for Ann Garrett and €20 each for Mary Toomey, The Legends, Julie Darcy Sr, Rob Graham and Mary Moore. The next draw (upon its return) will be held in The Dark Horse Bar. The jackpot will be €3,400.

 

12th March 2020

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers had a superb week in the Premier Hurling Championship as they won two matches in six days.

Against Kilmallock in the first match, Patrickswell found themselves 1-4 to 0-0 behind within ten minutes after a slow start. Patrick Kirby registered the 'Well's first point, but Kilmallock notched another two points to create an eight point lead. Jason Gillane and Clive Kirby were on target before the interval, but Kilmallock reached the dressing room at 1-7 to 0-3 ahead.

The second half witnessed a dramatic change in fortunes. Patrickswell took complete control of the match from the throw-in. In fifteen minutes, Jason Gillane (0-4), Gavin Carey, Calvin Carroll and Cillian O'Reilly drew Patrickswell level at 0-10 to 1-7. Kilmallock were on the back foot and Patrickswell piled on another seven points from Calvin Carroll (0-3), Cillian O'Reilly (0-2), Clive Kirby and Josh Considine. Remarkably, Kilmallock failed to score in the second half. The 14-point swing gave Patrickswell a 0-17 to 1-7 triumph.

In the next match of the competition, Patrickswell met leaders Na Piarsaigh. The start of the match was keenly contested as Jason Gillane's four points and a Josh Considine point cancelled out the Caherdavin boys after fifteen minutes. Patrickswell claimed four additionsl points before half-time from Jason Gillane (0-2), Paudie Maher and Josh Considine. Our opponents struck the last two points of the first half. By half-time, it was 0-9 to 0-7 for the 'Well.

The early stages of the second half were very productive for Patrickswell as John Kirby scored a goal and a point, while Des Fitzgerald and Jason Gillane built an eight point lead at 1-12 to 0-7. Jason Gillane exchanged a further point with the Light Blues. Although our opponents finished strongly with four consecutive points, Patrickswell won the match by 1-13 to 0-12.

RICHIE BENNIS BOOK LAUNCH: There was a remarkable turnout for the launch of Richie Bennis' book 'A Game that Smiles'. Paul Foley was the MC for the evening. There were superb speeches from Ciaran Crowe and Gary Kirby before Richie Bennis addressed the large audience with great charisma and emotion.

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday March 2 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 5, 12, 24 and 31. The Bonus was 20. The Lucky Dips were €100 for Terry Roberts, €50 for Phil Bennis and €20 each for Ted Hedderman, Laura Sheehan, Thomas Hannon, Christopher Kenny and Caroline Coughlan. The next draw on Monday March 9 will be held in Curran's Bar. The jackpot is €3,200.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is back for 2020. There are thirty prizes each month, with a first prize jackpot of €10,000 and a variable star prize for fifth place every month. The annual subscription is €100, or €10 per month as required. Remember that 50% minimum is retained by the club. Please contact your local promoter or register online at www.limerickgaa.ie .

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now open for 2020. The fees are €60 for adults, €40 for a child or full-time students and €120 for a family (2 adults + multiple children). Remember that you must be registered as a member to play.

 

5th March 2020

JUVENILE CLUB OPEN DAY: We look forward to our annual Juvenile Club Open Day this Sunday March 8 from 12.00pm to 1.30pm. It will be a fun-filled occasion and our Senior stars will be there with the Daly Cup.

We welcome all new children to the club, including those born in 2014 and 2015 who will form our Under 6 group for this year. Our Under 6s and Under 8s will meet every Friday evening at 6pm. Parents can enjoy a tea or coffee and watch the kids have fun playing games, learning basic skills and developing their Fundamental Movement Skills that will aid their athletic development. It's a fun time for all, so please join up with us. See you on March 8!!

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers face Kilmallock in the Premier Hurling Championship on Monday March 2 at 8pm in Rathkeale.

RICHIE BENNIS BOOK LAUNCH: Richie Bennis launches his book 'A Game that Smiles' in the Woodlands Hotel in Adare on Wednesday March 4 at 7pm.

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday February 24 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 3, 9, 12 and 15. The Bonus was 2. Congratulations to Tommy Reidy, who scooped the €4,200 jackpot. The next draw on Monday March 2 will be held in Collin's Bar.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is back for 2020. There are thirty prizes each month, with a first prize jackpot of €10,000 and a variable star prize for fifth place every month. The annual subscription is €100, or €10 per month as required. Remember that 50% minimum is retained by the club. Please contact your local promoter or register online at www.limerickgaa.ie .

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now open for 2020. The fees are €60 for adults, €40 for a child or full-time students and €120 for a family (2 adults + multiple children). Remember that you must be registered as a member to play.

 

27th February 2020

JUVENILE CLUB OPEN DAY: We look forward to our annual Juvenile Club Open Day on Sunday March 8 from 12.00pm to 1.30pm. It will be a fun-filled occasion and our Senior stars will be there with the Daly Cup.

We welcome all new children to the club, including those born in 2014 and 2015 who will form our Under 6 group for this year. Our Under 6s and Under 8s will meet every Friday evening at 6pm. Parents can enjoy a tea or coffee and watch the kids have fun playing games, learning basic skills and developing their Fundamental Movement Skills that will aid their athletic development. It's a fun time for all, so please join up with us. See you on March 8!!

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday February 17 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 10, 12, 19 and 22. The Bonus was 13. The Lucky Dips were €100 for Patsy Graham, €50 for Cian & Ann Ryan and €20 each for Rob Graham, Miriam Carey, Mary Ryan, Mick O'Dea and William Moloney. The next draw on Monday February 24 will be held in Ballybrown GAA Club. The jackpot is €4,200.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is back for 2020. There are thirty prizes each month, with a first prize jackpot of €10,000 and a variable star prize for fifth place every month. The annual subscription is €100, or €10 per month as required. Remember that 50% minimum is retained by the club. Please contact your local promoter or register online at www.limerickgaa.ie .

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now open for 2020. The fees are €60 for adults, €40 for a child or full-time students and €120 for a family (2 adults + multiple children). Remember that you must be registered as a member to play.

 

20th February 2020

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday February 10 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 9, 21, 25 and 30. The Bonus was 29. The Lucky Dips were €100 for Elen Kirwan, €50 for Delma Kiely and €20 each for Mary Grace, Mary Gillane, Mairead Grace, John Behan and The Ryan Family. The next draw on Monday February 17 will be held in The Dark Horse. The jackpot is €4,000.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is back for 2020. There are thirty prizes each month, with a first prize jackpot of €10,000 and a variable star prize for fifth place every month. The annual subscription is €100, or €10 per month as required. Remember that 50% minimum is retained by the club. Please contact your local promoter or register online at www.limerickgaa.ie .

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now open for 2020. The fees are €60 for adults, €40 for a child or full-time students and €120 for a family (2 adults + multiple children).

UNDER 21 HURLERS: Patrickswell are scheduled to face Na Piarsaigh on Saturday February 22 at 3pm in Rhebogue.

 

13th February 2020

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers were defeated by Doon in the opening match of the Premier Championship. The East Men raced into a two-point lead before Jason Gillane registered the 'Well's first point of the match. Doon went 0-3 to 0-1 ahead, but Clive Kirby and Jason Gillane equalised by the 11th minute. Doon nudged ahead with two consecutive points, although Calvin Carroll trimmed the deficit with a point. Unfortunately, Patrickswell were knocked off course when Doon struck one goal and two points in a five-minute purple patch. The scoreline was 1-7 to 0-4 on the twenty minute mark. Jason Gillane halted the surge with a point, but our opponents notched three straight points to lead by 1-10 to 0-5. Clive Kirby claimed the last point of the first half.

The second half began with another push by Doon. They scored three more points to lead by ten points at 1-13 to 0-6. Clive Kirby and Jason Gillane (0-2) reverted the arrears to seven points. However, Doon put the match beyond reach with a salvo of four consecutive points. With ten minutes left, Patrickswell trailed by 1-17 to 0-9. The match ended with a Jason Gillane consolation goal and a final Doon point. The result was 1-18 to 1-9.

Patrickswell will face Kilmallock at 3pm on Sunday February 16th in Rathkeale.

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday February 3 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 2, 3, 8 and 27. The Bonus was 4. The Lucky Dips were €100 for Majella Bennis, €50 for Michael Woulfe and €20 each for W. Smith, John and Josephine Quinn, Maureen Murray, Kathleen Browne and Jackie Carroll. The next draw on Monday February 10 will be held in De Bucket. The jackpot is €3,800.

 

6th February 2020

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday January 27 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 15, 23, 28 and 32. The Bonus was 3. The Lucky Dips were €100 for Michelle Carey, €50 for Maura Twomey and €20 each for Keith Coughlan, John Clancy, Daniel Kelly, Jody Fitzgerald and Clare Cusack. The next draw on Monday February 3 will be held in Punch's Bar. The jackpot is €3,600.

CLUB SOCIAL: The Club Social was a great success at the Woodlands House Hotel. Marty Morrissey was our superb MC for the evening. Aidan Tierney entertained the large audience with a hilarious selection of celebrity impersonations. Meanwhile, the memorabilia auctions generated nervewracking excitement as the bids flooded in. Medals were awarded to the 2019 Senior Hurling Champions, the 2019 City League Champions and the 2019 Camogie Junior Plate winners. Damien Gillane was named Club Person of the Year for his trojan service to the club, while Seamus O'Riordan scooped a Distinguished Service Award and Marie Foley & Ann O'Doherty took home a Special Merit award. Many thanks to everyone that organised the evening and attended.

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The Premier Hurling Championship commences on Tuesday February 4 at 8pm against Doon in Staker Wallace.

 

30th January 2020

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday January 20 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 3, 7, 17 and 32. The Bonus was 31. The Lucky Dips were €100 for Miriam Carey, €50 for Patrick Dundon and €20 each for Emily Hannon, Donie O'Gorman, Andrew O'Brien, Matt Shanahan and Shirley Lane Joynt. The next draw on Monday January 27 will be held in Curran's Bar. The jackpot is €3,400.

CLUB SOCIAL: The club are hosting a Social Event this Friday January 31 at the Woodlands House Hotel. The music will be performed by Free Beer and our MC for the evening is Marty Morrissey. Tickets for €40 are on sale from Committee members.

 

23rd January 2020

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday January 13 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 12, 17, 23 and 24. The Bonus was 11. The Lucky Dips were €100 for Sarah Gillane, €50 for Keith Murray and €20 each for Evan O'Carroll, Timmy Toomey, Kyle Loftus, David Hall and Seamus Coughlan. The next draw on Monday January 20 will be held in the Dark Horse. The jackpot is €3,200.

CLUB SOCIAL: The club will be hosting a Social Event on Friday January 31 at the Woodlands House Hotel. The music will be performed by Free Beer. Tickets for €40 are on sale at the clubhouse on Monday January 20 from 7pm to 8pm and from Committee members.

 

16th January 2020

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday January 6 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 2, 5, 12 and 26. The Bonus was 11. Theresa Hayes won the jackpot of €6,200. Congratulations! The next draw on Monday January 13 will be held in Ballybrown GAA. The jackpot is €3,000.

CLUB SOCIAL: The club will be hosting a Social Event on Friday January 31 at the Woodlands House Hotel. The music will be performed by Free Beer. Ticket details will follow in due course.

 

9th January 2020

CLUB LOTTO: Lotto results for the week ending Monday December 30 were as follows. The numbers drawn were 12, 18, 27 and 28. The Bonus was 9. The Lucky Dips were €100 for Gerry Finn, €50 for Sean Ahern and €20 each for Daragh Bennis, Terry Roberts, Breda Doyle, Charlotte McNamara and M. O'Riordan & S. Clery. The next draw on Monday January 6 will be held in the Cu Chulainn. The jackpot is €6,200.

CLUB SOCIAL: The club will be hosting a Social Event on Friday January 31 at the Woodlands House Hotel. The music will be performed by Free Beer. Ticket details will follow in due course.

 

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