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12th July 2018

JUNIOR A HURLERS: It was a remarkable week for the Junior A Hurlers as they won the County League trophy and maintained their 100% record in the City Championship in dramatic fashion.

The first fixture of the week was a stunning comeback win against neighbours Ballybrown in the City Championship. Our parish rivals started at a high tempo and were rewarded with a 2-4 to 0-1 lead after just ten minutes. Patrickswell were unfamiliar with such large deficits and struggled to cope with the Clarina men. David Woulfe's two points managed to narrow the gap, but Ballybrown's third goal put them in the ascendancy. At half-time, Ballybrown held a twelve-point lead of 3-8 to 0-5. It was the biggest challenge faced by our Junior A hurlers this season.

The second half started with a Patrickswell blitz. Paul O'Brien and Jason Gillane began to exert their influence and Ballybrown were forced onto the back foot. The 'Well accumulated a large haul of 2-5 before Ballybrown managed to register another point. After 50 minutes, Ballybrown's lead had been slashed to two points at 3-9 to 2-10. The tide had swung in favour of Nigel Carey's men. Jason Gillane's decisive goal put the 'Well ahead for the very first time at 3-11 to 3-9. By the full-time whistle, three insurance points had been added to cement a fine 3-14 to 3-10 victory. Our defence had limited Ballybrown to just two points in the entire second half.

Two days later, the Junior A hurlers claimed the County League crown with an emphatic win against Adare. While Adare scored the first point of the match, Patrickswell responded with 1-5 without reply. The scores were shared between Paul O'Brien's goal and points from Andrew Carroll, Johnny McMahon, Jamie Dillon, Jason Gillane and David Woulfe. Adare managed to slow down the rate of scoring; however Patrickswell held a strong 1-10 to 0-4 lead at half-time.

The second half was again dominated by Patrickswell. Calvin Carroll scored a mesmerising solo goal and his team-mates chipped in seven more points. Adare produced only three points in the second half. Gary Murphy was presented with the County League trophy after a 2-17 to 0-7 triumph. Well done to the players and management. The next scheduled match is on Saturday 14 July against Monaleen in Rathbane at 7pm.

SENIOR HURLERS: On Thursday July 12, Patrickswell are scheduled to play Ballybrown in the City Championship Final in Mungret at 7pm.

INTERCOUNTY HURLERS: Congratulation to Limerick for beating Carlow in the All-Ireland Hurling Championship preliminary quarter-final. Best wishes in the full quarter-final against Kilkenny.

 

5th July 2018

SENIOR HURLERS: In the City Championship semi-final replay against Monaleen, Patrickswell made no mistake with a crushing win of 7-17 to 1-7. The replay was in marked contrast to the highly competitive original draw.

The game was played in baking heat and it was the ‘Well that were in scorching form. Within the first five minutes, Darragh Ahern and Peter Harty scored goals to put Monaleen on the back foot. The intense pressure continued as Patrickswell notched 3-7 without reply in the first quarter of an hour. Lar Considine was in prolific form as he fired over four consecutive points. When Monaleen snatched a goal, Patrickswell simply replied with a fourth goal. The half-time scoreboard in Clarina reflected the one-way traffic at 4-11 to 1-4. There was little doubt of the outcome.

The management allowed no drop in standards in the second half as the ’Well continued the onslaught. Andrew Carroll scored a fifth goal, before Peter Harty added a sixth goal. There were also points from Seanie O’Brien, Darragh Ahern, Calvin Carroll and David Woulfe. The icing on the cake was a late seventh goal for Seanie O’Brien to cap a magnificent 7-17 to 1-7 win.

In the All County Hurling League match against Adare, the ’Well battled hard against their neighbours, but succumbed to a 3-16 to 2-16 defeat. Patrickswell have now played all their fixtures and sit joint top of the table; albeit other clubs have games in hand to reach the Top Two.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The City Championship continues in Rathbane on Monday July 2 at 7.30pm against Ballybrown.

INTERCOUNTY HURLING: Best wishes to Limerick in their preliminary All Ireland Senior Championship quarter-final with Carlow.

 

28th June 2018

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell suffered defeat in the All County Hurling League against Doon. With a stiff breeze at their backs, the 'Well made a bright opening and raced into a 0-3 to 0-0 lead after five minutes. Doon scored their opening point to register on the scoreboard; however Aaron Gillane's goal built a 1-4 to 0-2 margin after ten minutes. The middle stages of the first half were controlled by Doon and they were rewarded with five points against the wind. With twenty minutes on the clock, Patrickswell held a narrow 1-5 to 0-7 advantage. Lar Considine sparked a revival as the 'Well fired off five additional points to reach the interval at 1-10 to 0-8 ahead.

The second half was characterised by Doon taking full benefit of the breeze. The East Men wreaked havoc with their long, high ball. In the space of five minutes, Patrickswell conceded a damaging 2-3 and trailed by 2-11 to 1-11. Darragh Ahern and Lar Considine ended the Doon surge and closed the deficit to a single point at 2-11 to 1-13. Once again, our opponents found the back of the net and scored another fresh point. The game had turned to Doon and they led by 3-12 to 1-13.

Calvin Carroll scored a goal to put the 'Well back into the reckoning. Unfortunately, Doon plundered a fourth goal to cement a 4-12 to 2-13 lead with ten minutes left. To their credit, the Patrickswell midfielders and forwards sparked a revival with six points in five minutes. The deficit was down to a single point at 4-14 to 2-19 with five minutes on the clock. As Gary Kirby's men pushed for an equaliser, Doon tacked on some insurance points to win a superb game by 4-17 to 2-20.

On Tuesday June 26, the Senior hurlers face Monaleen in the City Championship semi-final replay in Clarina at 7.30pm. On Saturday June 30, we are scheduled to visit Adare at 7.30pm in the All County Hurling League.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A hurlers won the County League final by receiving a walkover from Adare.

 

21st June 2018

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell remained top of the All County Hurling League after a three-goal win over Na Piarsaigh. The opening ten minutes were delicately balanced as both teams registered three points each. Tom O'Brien pushed the 'Well into the lead with a fine goal, but the Caherdavin side stayed in contention at 1-4 to 0-6 after fifteen minutes. The match swung decisively in Patrickswell's favour as our midfielders and forwards produced 1-5 without reply in a devastating ten-minute spell. At the interval, Gary Kirby's men were ahead by eight points at 2-11 to 0-9.

The second half produced an early fightback by Na Piarsaigh. At one stage, they produced seven consecutive points to slash their deficit to two points at 2-13 to 0-17. Patrickswell were forced to respond through successive points from Lar Considine, Mark Carmody and Peter Harty (0-2). Once again, the 'Well had opened a comfortable advantage at 2-17 to 0-17 after fifty minutes. David Woulfe made a telling impact when his late goal clinched the game. The final result was 3-20 to 0-20. The next scheduled All County Hurling League match is Tuesday June 19 at 7.30pm in Patrickswell versus Doon.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: Patrickswell maintained their 100% record in the City Championship after a tough win over Na Piarsaigh. While Na Piarsaigh struck the opening point of the match, Patrickswell took charge and roared into a 0-7 to 0-1 lead within ten minutes. Our opponents managed to halt the onslaught with a couple of points; however the 'Well notched another five straight points to lead by 0-12 to 0-5 by half-time.

Calvin Carroll's early second half goal opened up a ten point lead at 1-12 to 0-5 and the result seemed beyond doubt. Na Piarsaigh cancelled out the goal by notching three consecutive points, but Patrickswell tacked on two more points. After 45 minutes, the 'Well led handsomely by 1-14 to 0-8. The Light Blues stepped up the pressure and were rewarded with two goals and two points in a ten-minute burst. Patrickswell were under pressure in the closing few minutes. Our lead had been eroded to three points at 1-16 to 2-10. The win appeared to be finally cemented with two insurance points; however Na Piarsaigh struck a third goal to set up a grandstand finale at 1-18 (21) to 3-10 (19). In the dying seconds, our opponents were pressing for the equalising goal. The 'Well broke forward and Jason Gillane ended their stubborn resistance with the last point of the match. The final result was a 1-19 to 3-10 triumph.

INTERCOUNTY HURLERS: Hard luck to the Limerick hurlers, who lost to a strong Clare team in the Munster Championship. Best of luck to the team in the preliminary quarter-final. Congratulations to the Minor hurlers who beat Clare.

 

14th June 2018

SENIOR HURLERS: The Senior hurlers retained top spot in the All County Hurling League with a tough 2-20 to 1-23 draw in Garryspillane. Patrickswell have two wins, a draw and a defeat. On Saturday June 16, we are scheduled to host Na Piarsaigh at 7.30pm.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: It was a busy week for the Junior A hurlers as they battled in two competitions. In the County League semi-final, Patrickswell were pitted against a strong Doon team. It was a very tough and physical match, but Nigel Carey's men prevailed by 2-16 to 2-11. The victory sets up a mouth-watering League final between the winners of Adare and Kilmallock. After 48 hours' recuperation, Patrickswell faced Old Christians in the City Championship. Paul O'Brien's early goal and Owen McNamara's point gave the 'Well a perfect start at 1-1 to 0-0. Old Christians eventually settled and they equalised with a flurry of four unanswered points. After fifteen minutes of play, Patrickswell held a narrow 1-4 to 0-5 advantage when Jason Gillane (0-2) and Owen McNamara contributed fresh points. Our opponents surged forward again and rattled over four consecutive points to lead by 0-9 to 1-4. David Woulfe's point just before the half-time whistle meant that Patrickswell trailed by one point at 0-9 to 1-5.

The second half opened with high intensity from both teams. After forty minutes, the scoreboard displayed level scores at 1-8 to 0-11. Thankfully, Patrickswell seemed to have superior fitness and began to dominate the possession and chances. Andrew Carroll was in sparkling form and orchestrated a ten-minute spell where the 'Well outscored Old Christians by seven points to one point. There were five minutes left and Patrickswell were now buoyant at 1-15 to 0-12. Paul O'Brien managed to close the match with a second goal and Jason Gillane's insurance point delivered a superb 2-16 to 0-12 win. The record stands at 100% with three wins secured. The next scheduled match is on Friday June 15 at 7.30pm against Na Piarsaigh in Claughaun.

INTERCOUNTY HURLING: Congratulations to Limerick for producing a stunning performance to beat Waterford in the Munster Championship. The club is very proud of Cian, Diarmaid and Aaron. Best wishes for the trip to Clare. We're confident that Limerick can cement their place in the Munster final.

 

7th June 2018

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell and Monaleen played out an exciting draw in the City Championship semi-final. The 'Well made a bright start and scored the opening two points of the match. However Monaleen responded quickly to equalise. With just five minutes on the clock, Patrickswell notched a close-range goal. The advantage was short-lived as Monaleen raised the green flag almost immediately to restore parity at 1-2 to 1-2. The middle portion of the first half was edged by Monaleen as our opponents established a 1-7 to 1-4 lead. Thankfully, Patrickswell stemmed the tide and notched four consecutive points to overturn the deficit at 1-8 to 1-7. The latter stages of the first half produced another purple patch from Monaleen as they reached the interval at 1-13 to 1-9 ahead.

The second half started with continued pressure from Monaleen. They were able to outpoint Gary Kirby's men and built a 1-17 to 1-11 buffer with twenty minutes left. Patrickswell kept their composure and roared back into the game when Padraig Maher struck our second goal to trim the arrears at 1-17 to 2-11. The sides traded three additional points and Monaleen were battling hard to retain a 1-20 to 2-14 margin with five minutes left. The 'Well pressed forward to save the match and finally drew level at 3-14 to 1-20 when Peter Harty claimed a decisive third goal. Thomas O'Brien produced a late point to put Patrickswell into the lead; however Monaleen scored the final point to earn a replay. The final score was 3-15 to 1-21 and a fair reflection on both teams.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: Patrickswell maintained their 100% record in the City Championship with a convincing win over Mungret. The opening ten minutes were finely balanced as the teams were locked at 0-3 apiece. As the first half ticked by, Patrickswell began to dominate possession and scored with increasing frequency. Jason Gillane showed great accuracy from distance and led Patrickswell to a 0-9 to 0-6 advantage with five minutes remaining in the half. The margin was extended to six points by half-time as Calvin Carroll, Jason Gillane and Paul O'Brien ensured a 0-12 to 0-6 lead.

The second half display from Patrickswell showed a high level of fitness and skill. Six consecutive points from Owen McNamara (0-2), Jason Gillane (0-2) and Paul O'Brien (0-2) pushed the 'Well into an unassailable 0-18 to 0-8 advantage. There was no reduction in commitment levels as Jason Gillane added a sequence of points and Paul O'Brien delivered a well-deserved goal. The scoreline was 1-24 to 0-11 when Mungret snatched a consolation goal at the death. The final result was a comprehensive 1-26 to 1-12 victory for Nigel Carey's team.

INTERCOUNTY HURLERS: Congratulations to Limerick's senior hurlers for salvaging a superb draw against Cork in the Munster Championship. The club are delighted to have Diarmaid, Cian and Aaron as club representatives on the County team. Well done to Patrick Kirby and Limerick's Minor hurlers after their superb win against Cork.

STATE EXAMINATIONS: Best wishes to every club member who is starting Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate examinations during the week. Our thoughts are with you.

 

31st May 2018

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A hurlers collected their first piece of silverware by winning the City League final against Crecora. The 'Well were on the back foot after fifteen minutes as Crecora built a 0-6 to 0-4 advantage. From that point onwards, Patrickswell began to gain the upper hand. Jason Gillane struck a trio of points to close the deficit to 0-8 versus 0-7. In the last minute of the first half, Jamie Dillon's speculative long-range shot was fumbled by the goalkeeper and Patrickswell led by 1-7 to 0-8 at the interval.

The second half was completely dominated by Patrickswell. Within ten minutes of the restart, there was a flurry of points from Jason Gillane, Owen McNamara and Cillian O'Reilly. The margin grew to six points at 1-13 to 0-10 and the 'Well never looked back. In the closing stages, there was great shooting accuracy as Nigel Carey's team racked up another eight points. The final result was 1-21 to 0-12. Gary Murphy accepted the City League trophy that was retained from last year.

This match also counted as the opening fixture of the City Championship. The next fixture is scheduled for Friday June 1 at 7pm against Mungret in Crecora.

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell participated in the inaugural Feile Athain, hosted by Ahane GAA. It was a great event and our nine-a-side team reached the semi-final. The Senior Hurlers play a City Championship semi-final against Monaleen in Claughaun at 7pm on Tuesday May 29.

INTERCOUNTY HURLING: Best wishes to Limerick in their Munster Championship match in Cork.

 

24th May 2018

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell climbed to the top of the All County Hurling League with a comfortable 3-17 to 0-16 victory over Kilmallock. Our record now stands at three wins and one defeat. The club will also attend Ahane's Féile on Friday 25 May, where they will play Monaleen at 6.15pm and Garryspillane at 7.15pm. The matches are nine-a-side, with an emphasis on the Irish language.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The City League final will be contested on Sunday May 27 at 7.30pm against Crecora, with Mungret as the provisional venue.

INTERCOUNTY HURLING: Congratulations to Limerick for making the perfect start to this year's All Ireland Hurling Championship by beating Tipperary. The Patrickswell trio of Cian Lynch, Aaron Gillane and Diarmaid Byrnes were at the forefront of the performance.

CAMOGIE: The Camogie Club had a very productive week. The Intermediate Ladies staved off relegation fears in the league with a 6-12 to 1-4 win over Tournafulla. In the U-14 County League semi-final, Patrickswell overcame Knockaderry by 4-3 to 3-0. Meanwhile, Sarah Gillane and Leah O'Carroll represented Coláiste Chiaráin Croom as they won the Munster Senior Schools Championship.

 

17th May 2018

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A Hurlers produced a strong performance to see off Na Piarsaigh in the City League semi-final. Patrickswell's forwards were in a rich vein of form in the first half, while our defence were able to limit the Caherdavin men's chances. By the half-time whistle, the 'Well were ahead by 3-3 to 0-5.

The second half followed the same trend as Patrickswell controlled the possession and didn't allow Na Piarsaigh to creep back into the match. The final result was 4-9 to 0-7 for the 'Well. The final is scheduled for Saturday May 19. Congratulations to the team and management.

CAMOGIE: Congratulations to Roisin O’Brien, who was picked for the 2018 Limerick Primary Games Team. Well done!

 

10th May 2018

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A Hurlers are scheduled to contest the City League semi-final on Saturday 12 May at 7pm.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The May Club Limerick Draw will take place on Friday May 25 in the Croke Park Bar, Croagh at 10pm. All are welcome.

 

3rd May 2018

SENIOR HURLERS: The Senior Hurlers suffered defeat in the second match of the County Championship against Doon. The 'Well started strongly and built an early 0-3 to 0-1 advantage when Aaron Gillane registered two points. The East Men established themselves in the match and were rewarded with a goal to lead by 1-7 to 0-5 after fifteen minutes. The remainder of the first half was keenly contested as Doon reached the interval at 1-11 to 0-8 ahead.

The second half began with a resurgence from Patrickswell. Young Josh Considine fired a goal in the 40th minute to erode the deficit. With fifteen minutes left, the scoreline was Doon 1-13 and Patrickswell 1-12. The game was hanging in the balance. Unfortunately, this was our closest moment and Doon hung on for a 1-20 to 1-17 victory. Hard luck to the team and management.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: Patrickswell cruised into the City League semi-final with a fine 1-17 to 0-13 win over neighbours Crecora.

 

26th April 2018

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell made a perfect start to the County Championship after a comprehensive victory over neighbours Adare. Aaron Gillane registered the first point of the match, before Adare quickly equalised. The 'Well put their stamp on the game when Aaron Gillane's goal was followed up with three additional points. After ten minutes, Patrickswell were comfortably 1-4 to 0-1 ahead. There was an exchange of three points apiece in the middle of the first half to bring the score to 1-7 to 0-4. Seanie O'Brien notched a second goal that lifted the 'Well to a 2-8 to 0-4 advantage at the interval.

The second half started with a period of Patrickswell dominance. Five unanswered points put Gary Kirby's men fifteen points clear at 2-13 to 0-4. Adare stemmed the tide for a while; however Seanie O'Brien soon claimed his second goal. Entering the last quarter of the match, the 'Well led by 3-17 to 0-10. There was a minor sense of alarm when Adare struck three goals in five minutes to slash the deficit to eight points at 3-18 to 3-10. The fightback was ended when Patrickswell steadied themselves and rattled off six consecutive points to triumph by 3-24 to 3-10. The next Championship match is on Sunday April 29 at 2pm against Doon in Kilmallock.

MINOR HURLERS: The Minor hurlers made an emphatic start to the Championship after cruising past Adare. The opening ten minutes were closely fought, with the sides inseparable at 0-5 to 1-2. From that moment onwards, Patrickswell blitzed their neighbours with a scintillating performance that yielded five goals. By half-time, Patrickswell were sixteen points clear at 5-7 to 1-3.

There was no slowdown at the start of the second half. Patrickswell rattled off five points to build a huge 5-12 to 1-3 margin with twenty minutes left. At that point, Adare managed to stifle the attacks and the game closed with a 5-17 to 2-6 win for John O'Donnell's boys.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: Patrickswell make a short journey to Crecora in the City League on Saturday April 28 at 7pm.

 

19th April 2018

JUNIOR A HURLERS: Patrickswell were pushed hard by Mungret in the City League and only pulled away in the final ten minutes. Darragh Ahern scored a superb volleyed goal from a high ball after five minutes. The remainder of the half was very competitive and the teams reached half-time level at 1-3 to 0-6.

The second half began in attacking fashion as a Mungret goal gave our opponents a 1-7 to 1-4 lead. Patrickswell responded almost immediately and scored a second goal to restore parity at 2-5 to 1-8. As the light faded and Mungret tired, the 'Well launched a final ten-minute onslaught that yielded 1-7 without a reply. This purple patch put some gloss on a tough match. Patrickswell ran out the 3-12 to 1-8 winners.

SENIOR HURLERS: All roads lead to the Gaelic Grounds as Patrickswell meet Adare in the opening match of the group. The match is fixed for Saturday April 21 at 4.45pm.

MINOR HURLERS: The boys start their County Championship campaign with a visit to Adare on Wednesday April 18 at 7pm.

CLOTHES RECYCLING: Thanks to everyone who dropped off clothes for the camogie club's recycling drive. Your generosity is appreciated.

 

12th April 2018

CLUB NIGHT AT THE DOGS: There was a fantastic response to the club's greyhound racing fundraiser. We hope that everyone had an enjoyable evening. The club is grateful to our main sponsor, Duggan Systems, the draw sponsor Fitzgerald's Woodlands House Hotel, our advertisers, raffle prize donors, ticket sellers and those who bought tickets.

CAMOGIE: The Intermediate Ladies travelled to London to participate in a Croydon tournament. Patrickswell reached the final, but lost out to a strong Cappataggle team.

Patrickswell Camogie Club are holding a clothes collection on Friday April 13 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm and Saturday April 14 from 9.30am to 11am. All support is greatly appreciated.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: Patrickswell start the City League with a home fixture against Mungret on Saturday April 14 at 6.45pm.

 

5th April 2018

GREYHOUND RACING FAMILY NIGHT: The marquee fundraiser of the year is upon us. On Saturday April 7th, the club is hosting a Family Night at the greyhounds. We're thankful for all the support of the community, our main club sponsors Duggan Systems, our draw sponsors Fitzgerald Woodlands House Hotel and all the advertisers. It's going to be a great night of racing and entertainment.

Thanks to everyone who nominated dogs, sold tickets and bought tickets. Remember that tickets will be on sale until the last minute.

TEAM LIMERICK CLEAN-UP: On Good Friday, approximately 50 villagers turned out to clean up the village and its approach roads. It was an inspirational display of community support. Remember that litter should be binned and not thrown on the ground. Keith Earls of Munster and Ireland launched the event to a great reception.

 

29th March 2018

SENIOR HURLERS: The Senior Hurlers suffered defeat to parish neighbours Ballybrown in the All County Hurling League. Ballybrown had the better start and took a 0-3 to 0-1 lead after ten minutes. The 'Well enjoyed a purple patch that produced six consecutive points and raced into a 0-7 to 0-3 advantage. Unfortunately Ballybrown took charge of the match with three goals in a devastating ten-minute spell. At the half-time whistle, the Clarina men led by 3-5 to 0-8.

The second half was relatively tight, although Patrickswell were unable to erode their neighbours' big margin. A fourth Ballybrown goal effectively sealed the result. At the final whistle, Ballybrown had triumphed by 4-11 to 0-16.

UNDER 21 HURLERS: There was great disappointment as the U-21 hurlers bowed out of the County Championship after losing to Adare. The match started favourably as Patrickswell opened up a three-point lead at 0-3 to 0-0. Adare were able to fight back and they went ahead with a goal and a point. For ten minutes, Adare were dominant and built a 1-4 to 0-5 buffer. Patrickswell knew that they needed to win the match and closed out the half with two straight points. At half-time, the teams were inseparable at 0-7 to 1-4.

The second half was going to plan as the 'Well scored three points to lead by 0-10 to 1-5. Adare rattled Patrickswell with another goal and two points to eke out a 2-7 to 0-10 margin. There was a tense finale when two Patrickswell points reduced the deficit to the bare minimum at 0-12 to 2-7. The momentum seemed to swing towards Damien Gillane's team. With the minutes ebbing away, it was Adare who closed the door with two clinching points. The final score was a 0-12 to 2-9 disappointment.

GREYHOUND RACING FAMILY NIGHT: The big fundraising night is approaching quickly. On Saturday 7th April, you are invited to attend the Greyhound Stadium for a night of fun.

The entry ticket of €10 will also enter you into a raffle, even if you can't attend. This year's top prize is a two night stay at the Vienna Woods Hotel in Cork, thanks to Fitzgeralds.

Children can nominate a dog for €5 and parade with their dog. There is a memento trophy also. Adult nominations are €25. We need everyone to get behind this race.

CON AND ANNIE KIRBY MEMORIAL GREYHOUND STAKES: Patrickswell Camogie Club's puppy, Lough Gur Danny, has qualified for the second round of the Con and Annie Kirby Greyhound competition.

 

22nd March 2018

FAMILY NIGHT AT THE DOGS: On Saturday 7th April 2018, the club are hosting a greyhound racing night on Dock Road. The date is close on the horizon now.

We need the entire community to get behind this event - both individuals and businesses. Tickets are €10 (children go free) and include a race card & free entry into the raffle. The Woodlands House Hotel have generously offered a two night stay at their Vienna Woods Hotel in Cork as a draw prize.

This event is proudly sponsored by Duggan Systems Limited. Please purchase an entrance ticket or buy advertising space in our race card. This night promises great entertainment and fun for everyone. In the coming days and weeks, our ticket sellers will be calling door-to-door.

Adults and children can nominate dogs for €25 and €5 respectively. The winner of each race will receive a memento trophy and the child has the opportunity to parade their dog before the race.

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell made an emphatic start to the All County Hurling League with a comfortable 3-24 to 0-9 win over Ahane at the University of Limerick.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is a vital part to the success of our County teams. It raises much needed funds for clubs to the tune of €400,000. The Club Limerick Draw will help development of the Gaelic Grounds and Mick Neville Park to make it a centre of excellence with four full size pitches, including synthetic pitch, flood lighting and ball alley.

There will be thirty Guaranteed Cash Prizes per month with top prize €12,000 & a Star Car prize in December worth €25,000. You can play online http://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/ , contact any Patrickswell GAA club member or call/email Siobhan in the Limerick GAA Office on 061-335516 / info.clublimerick@gaa.ie

CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Annual Club Membership is now due. It is vitally important from an insurance perspective that every player is a member. Our fees are competitively set at €25 juvenile and student, €45 adult and €80 family. Please ensure that membership is settled as soon as possible.

 

15th March 2018

GREYHOUND RACING FAMILY NIGHT: On Saturday 7th April 2018, the club are hosting a greyhound racing night on Dock Road. The date is approaching fast. We need the entire community to get behind this event - both individuals and businesses. Tickets are €10 (children go free) and include a race card & free entry into the raffle. The Woodlands House Hotel have generously offered a two night stay at their Vienna Woods Hotel in Cork as a draw prize.

This event is proudly sponsored by Duggan Systems Limited. Please purchase an entrance ticket or buy advertising space in our race card. This night promises great entertainment and fun for everyone. In the coming days and weeks, our ticket sellers will be calling door-to-door.

Adults and children can nominate dogs for €25 and €5 respectively.

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The final pool match is scheduled against Adare on Wednesday March 14 at 7.15pm in Rathkeale.

LIMERICK HURLERS: Congratulations to the Limerick hurlers for securing promotion in the National Hurling League after a remarkable comeback against Galway. We're proud of Cian, Aaron and Diarmaid.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is a vital part to the success of our County teams. It raises much needed funds for clubs to the tune of €400,000. The Club Limerick Draw will help development of the Gaelic Grounds and Mick Neville Park to make it a centre of excellence with four full size pitches, including synthetic pitch, flood lighting and ball alley.

There will be thirty Guaranteed Cash Prizes per month with top prize €12,000 & a Star Car prize in December worth €25,000. You can play online http://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/, contact any Patrickswell GAA club member or call/email Siobhan in the Limerick GAA Office on 061-335516 / info.clublimerick@gaa.ie
CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Annual Club Membership is now due. It is vitally important from an insurance perspective that every player is a member. Compared to other sports and clubs, our fees are competitively set at €25 juvenile and student, €45 adult and €80 family.

 

8th March 2018

GREYHOUND RACING FAMILY NIGHT: On Saturday 7th April 2018, the club are hosting a greyhound racing night on Dock Road. We need the entire community to get behind this event - both individuals and businesses. Tickets are €10 (children go free) and include a race card & free entry into the raffle. The Woodlands House Hotel have generously offered a two night stay at their Vienna Woods Hotel in Cork as a draw prize.

This event is proudly sponsored by Duggan Systems Limited. Please purchase an entrance ticket or buy advertising space in our race card. This night promises great entertainment and fun for everyone.

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The third match of the County Championship was played in icy conditions at Rathkeale against Kilmallock. It was a stiff test against the Balbec. After fifteen minutes, Kilmallock were leading by 1-5 to 0-3. They managed to maintain a high tempo and pushed Patrickswell backwards. Unfortunately, the 'Well were unable to stem the tide and they trailed by 3-11 to 0-4 at the break. The second half was a closer contest as Patrickswell stood firm and played some fine hurling. Taken in isolation, the second half was all square. However, the final result was 3-17 to 0-7 for Kilmallock.

The final pool match is scheduled against Adare on Sunday March 11 in Rathkeale.

LIMERICK HURLERS: Good luck to the Limerick hurlers in their vital National League promotion decider with Galway.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is a vital part to the success of our County teams. It raises much needed funds for clubs to the tune of €400,000. The Club Limerick Draw will help development of the Gaelic Grounds and Mick Neville Park to make it a centre of excellence with four full size pitches, including synthetic pitch, flood lighting and ball alley.

There will be thirty Guaranteed Cash Prizes per month with top prize €12,000 & a Star Car prize in December worth €25,000. You can play online http://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/ , contact any Patrickswell GAA club member or call/email Siobhan in the Limerick GAA Office on 061-335516 / info.clublimerick@gaa.ie

CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Annual Club Membership is now due. It is vitally important from an insurance perspective that every player is a member. Compared to other sports and clubs, our fees are competitively set at €25 juvenile and student, €45 adult and €80 family.

 

1st March 2018

GREYHOUND RACING FAMILY NIGHT: It's official. Patrickswell GAA Club is 'going to the dogs'!! On Saturday 7th April 2018, we're running a greyhound racing night on Dock Road. We need the entire community to get behind this event - both individuals and businesses.

Tickets are €10 and include a race card and free entry into the raffle. The Woodlands Hotel have generously offered a two night stay at their Vienna Woods Hotel in Cork as a draw prize.

This event is proudly sponsored by Duggan Systems Limited.

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers suffered defeat against Mungret in the County Championship. Mungret scored a very early goal and never relinquished that lead. Patrickswell edged back into the match with two consecutive points before our opponents replied in kind. After fifteen minutes, Patrickswell were 1-2 to 0-2 in arrears.

The remainder of the first half was finely balanced as both teams scored three additional points. At the interval, Mungret held a 1-5 to 0-5 lead. Patrickswell needed a strong start to the second half; however it was Mungret that delivered it. They plundered four consecutive points to establish a seven-point cushion at 1-9 to 0-5. The 'Well were not able to produce an emphatic comeback and lost out by 1-13 to 0-9.

The next match is against Kilmallock on Tuesday February 27 at 8pm in Rathkeale.

UNDER 14 HURLERS: The U-14 hurling team were excellent against Ahane, but unfortunately lost out to on a scoreline of 2-2 to 5-3 in the U-14 Féile Round 2.

FITZGIBBON CUP: Congratulations to Kevin O'Brien for winning the Fitzgibbon Cup with University of Limerick, ably managed by Gary Kirby and Declan Fitzgerald.

LIMERICK HURLERS: Well done to Limerick hurlers, who beat Antrim to maintain their 100% record in the National Hurling League.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is a vital part to the success of our County teams. It raises much needed funds for clubs to the tune of €400,000. The Club Limerick Draw will help development of the Gaelic Grounds and Mick Neville Park to make it a centre of excellence with four full size pitches, including synthetic pitch, flood lighting and ball alley.

There will be thirty Guaranteed Cash Prizes per month with top prize €12,000 & a Star Car prize in December worth €25,000. You can play online http://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/  , contact any Patrickswell GAA club member or call/email Siobhan in the Limerick GAA Office on 061-335516 / info.clublimerick@gaa.ie

CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Annual Club Membership is now due. It is vitally important from an insurance perspective that every player is a member. Compared to other sports and clubs, our fees are competitively set at €25 juvenile and student, €45 adult and €80 family.

 

22nd February 2018

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers are playing Mungret on Tuesday February 20 at 8pm in Rhebogue. This is the second pool match of their Championship group.

ARDSCOIL RÍS: Congratulations to Ardscoil Rís for winning another Harty Cup final. We are delighted for Jason, Josh, Joachim, Cillian and selector Damien Gillane.

LIMERICK HURLERS: Well done to Limerick after their solid victory over Dublin in the National Hurling League, featuring a number of Patrickswell players.

UNDER 14 FÉILE: The U-14 hurlers won their opening Féile match against Kilpeacon.

GAELTACHT SCHOLARSHIP: There is a partial scholarship to Irish College available to the club. One person is eligible per club and there will be a random draw for multiple applicants. Please text your email address to Muirne Bennis at 0872774535 before Friday 23rd February if interested.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The CLUB Limerick Draw is a vital part to the success of our County teams. It raises much needed funds for clubs to the tune of €400,000. The Club Limerick Draw will help development of the Gaelic Grounds and Mick Neville Park to make it a centre of excellence with four full size pitches, including synthetic pitch, flood lighting and ball alley.

There will be thirty Guaranteed Cash Prizes per month with top prize €12,000 & a Star Car prize in December worth €25,000. You can play online http://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/ , contact any Patrickswell GAA club member or call/email Siobhan in the Limerick GAA Office on 061-335516 / info.clublimerick@gaa.ie

CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Annual Club Membership is now due. It is vitally important from an insurance perspective that every player is a member. Compared to other sports and clubs, our fees are competitively set at €25 juvenile and student, €45 adult and €80 family.

 

15th February 2018

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is now open for 2018. Each month, the lucky first prize winner scoops €12,000. There are thirty cash prizes in total to be won every month. In December, there is an extra car draw worth €25,000. Please get in touch with your local promoter to subscribe now. The first draw is at the end of March and there are ten draws at €10 each.

CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Annual Club Membership is now due. It is vitally important from an insurance perspective that every player is a member. Compared to other sports and clubs, our fees are competitively set at €25 juvenile and student, €45 adult and €80 family.

LIMERICK HURLERS: Best wishes to Limerick in their National League match with Dublin.

 

8th February 2018

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers made a superb start to the County Championship with a comfortable win over Na Piarsaigh. The Caherdavin side struck two early points before Patrickswell settled into the match. With fifteen minutes gone, the 'Well had turned over the deficit to establish a 1-3 to 0-2 lead.

The remainder of the first half was competitive as Darragh Ahern's goal and Jason Gillane's point were countered by three Na Piarsaigh points. The half-time score in Rathkeale was 2-4 to 0-5 to Patrickswell.

The initial exchanges of the second half were finely balanced as both teams tacked on two points apiece. Patrickswell held a five-point lead at 2-6 to 0-7 after forty minutes and were worthy of the lead. There was no reduction in tempo as the 'Well wrapped up the match with five additional points. The result was a 2-11 to 0-8 triumph for Damien Gillane's outfit.

AWARDS NIGHT: At the Awards Night in the Cu Chulainn, the victorious 2017 Junior Ladies Camogie team were presented with their medals. In addition, there were trophies for Yazmin Delee (Supporter of the Year), Ciara Barry (Young Player of the Year), Sarah Mann (Players' Player of the Year) and Mairead Buston (Player of the Year). Congratulations to the Camogie Team. James McCarthy also won Club Person Of The Year 2017.

LIMERICK HURLERS: Well done to Aaron Gillane, Cian Lynch and Diarmaid Byrnes, who played a pivotal role in Limerick's big win over Offaly.

 

1st February 2018

CAMOGIE AWARDS NIGHT AND CLUB PERSON OF THE YEAR: On Saturday February 3 at 9pm in the Cu Chulainn bar, the camogie ladies will collect their Junior County Championship medals from 2017. In addition, the club will announce the Person of the Year 2017. Please come along to show your support. There will be music and food.

LIMERICK HURLERS: Well done to Aaron, Cian and Diarmaid for their contribution to Limerick's win in the National Hurling League over Laois.

UNDER 21 HURLERS: The U-21 hurlers start their championship with a match against Na Piarsaigh on Tuesday January 30 at 8pm in Rhebogue.

CAMOGIE: The Intermediate team are back training on Monday and Wednesday nights at 8.30pm.

 

25th January 2018

FAMILY FUN OPEN DAY: The Family Fun Open Day was a great success. Due to a break in the weather, we were able to hold training and matches for children on the astroturf. There was a strong attendance from old and new faces alike. Refreshments and face painting were another welcome treat.

In addition to the fun and games for children, there were competitions and entertainment for the adults in the clubhouse. We are grateful to the Juvenile and Camogie clubs for putting together such a marvellous event. The ultimate goal is to welcome new members to the club and showcase our talents and facilities.

MEMBERSHIP: Year 2018 membership is now open. The first clinic has already been held. Subscriptions are €25 Juvenile, €45 Adult and €80 Family, which is great value. To play matches, every player must be a paid-up member.

 

18th January 2018

FAMILY FUN OPEN DAY: On Saturday January 20, a Fun Open Day will be held for families between 1pm and 3pm. We want to welcome back existing members and introduce ourselves to newcomers.

The day will include games, face painting, refreshments and spot prizes. Many of the Club and County stars will be in attendance. Remember that every child that turns up this Saturday will be entered into a draw for free family membership for this year. Come along!

CAMOGIE: Well done to Limerick Camogie, who fought back from eight points down at half-time to draw their match with Dublin. Patrickswell were represented by Leah O'Carroll.

LIMERICK HURLERS: Congratulations to Limerick and their Patrickswell contingent for scooping the Munster League crown after beating Clare. Let's hope it's the start of a productive season.

 

11th January 2018

JUVENILE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: The Juvenile AGM was held last week with a healthy attendance present. Chairman Nigel Carey welcomed the attendees and outlined his vision for the year, which included growing the juvenile membership and rolling out consistent coaching for all.

There were speeches from Kieran Carroll, Louise O'Donnell and PJ O'Grady. Every speaker welcomed Nigel Carey as Chairman and reaffirmed the strong association between the Senior and Camogie clubs and the Juvenile Club.

The following management were ratified: U-6 Boys & Girls: Mark Griffin, Keith Mullane, Erica and Shirley Balfry. U-8 Boys & Girls: Conor Murray, Finbar O'Brien, Louise O'Donnell and John Murphy. U-10 Boys: Mike Foley, Dave Hennessy and John Ferguson. U-12 Boys: Dessie Foley, Peter Maher, Mark Carmody, Eoghan Bennis and Barry Foley. U-14 Boys: Pa Earls, Kevin O'Brien, Willy Leahy, Pakie Lynch and Dessie Foley. U-16 Boys: Ray Fitzgerald, Dave Punch, Anthony Carmody and Dessie Foley.

FAMILY FUN OPEN DAY: On Saturday January 20, a Fun Open Day will be held for families between 1pm and 3pm. We want to welcome back existing members and introduce ourselves to newcomers. The day will include games, face painting, refreshments and spot prizes. Many of the Club and County stars will be in attendance. Come along!

 

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