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Club Notes 9/12/19

Posted in Development, Football, Hurling, Lotto, Results on December 9, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

St. Patricks Juvenile GAA Club Schedule
Wednesday January 8 Meeting ay 7.30 in Anner Park Cloneen.
Wednesday January 15 Foundation Level Coaching Course Part 1 at 7.00 in Cloneen Sports & Social Club. Wednesday January 22 Child Welfare Course in Anner Park at 7.00.
Wednesday January 29 Foundation Level Coaching Course Part 2 at 7.00 in Cloneen Sports & Social Club.

St. Patricks GAA Club Annual General Meeting The Annual General Meeting of St. Patricks GAA Club was held in the Clubrooms at Anner Park Cloneen on Friday night last December 6. A review of 2019 showed a disappointing year but 2020 was looked forward to in greater hope. Officers elected were: Presidents Jimmy Gleeson, Alan Britton and John Duggan. Vice President Jim McGrath. Chairman Jimmy O’Brien, Vice chairman Eugene McCormack, Secretary Catherine Mockler, Assistant Secretary Mark Fitzgerald MCC, Treasurer to be appointed at next meeting in January. Assistant Treasurer Eamon Murphy, Public Relations Officer Patrick Moroney, South and Co. Board Delegates Catherine Mockler and Nicholas Moroney. It was agreed to enter teams in Junior A & B Hurling, Junior A & B Football, Under 21 Hurling & Football and Minor Hurling and Football. We will be joined up with Fethard for U21 Hurling and Football and will be on our own for Minor Hurling and Football.

Munster Champions Congratulations to Presentation Secondary School Ballingarry on their victory in the Munster under 16 ½ Munster Hurling Final played in Bansha on Tuesday week last when the team backboned by 5 St. Patricks players defeated Kilfinnane 1-10 to 1-9. Aidan Fitzgerald captained the team from wing forward. Other St. Patricks players were Goalkeeper Danny Broderick, Wing Back Jack Cleere, Midfielder Cian Crannitch and Corner Forward Ryan Crannitch. Also on the panel were: James Ryan, Bill Cuddihy, Pat Moroney, Daithi Hogan, Willie Cleere and James Hogan. Another panel member was Jamie Brett who was at home sick on the day of the final. Thanks to all the St. Patricks supporters who braved the bad weather to support the team in Bansha.

St. Patricks GAA Lotto
Lotto Results Tuesday December 3 Numbers Drawn.7,15,21,29.
No Winner. 1 match 3 winner of €100….Mary Mahoney Shanakyle.
2nd chance draw for €1,000 Numbers Drawn 1, 6, 24, 28 No Winner.
Next Draw on 17th December for Jackpot of €15,600. Wouldn’t that be good for Christmas!
An extra draw on that night for Christmas hampers as well as the 2nd chance draw for a €1,000.
All that for €2 and you ‘re supporting your local club, We thank you all for your continuing support.

All are welcome to attend the Lotto Draw in the clubrooms at Anner Park at 9.00pm. You can now play St. Patrick’s GAA Lotto by logging onto our website “stpatsgaa.ie” and also receive our free fortnightly newsletter. This may be of special interest to those with family or friends away from home.
We are very grateful to Paul O’ Halloran of O’ Hallorans Gala Shop, Drangan and also to Matt Murphy of Slievenamon Meats, Drangan who have both kindly sponsored the printing of our tickets. We sincerely thank everyone who plays our lotto as it finances the running and development of our clubs.

Lotto Results 3/12/19

Posted in Development, Lotto on December 3, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Lotto Results……7,15,21,29.
No Winner.
1 match 3 winner of E100….Mary Mahoney.
2nd chance draw for E1,000 1, 6, 24, 28 No Winner.
Next Draw on 17th December for ********E15,600******* Wouldn’t that be good for xmas!!!!
An extra draw on that night for xmas hampers aswell as the 2nd chance draw for a E1,000……all that for E2 !!!! and you ‘re supporting your local club,we thank you all for your continuing support.

Club Notes 2/12/19

Posted in Development, Hurling, Results, Uncategorized on December 2, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

St. Patricks GAA Annual General Meeting The Annual General Meeting of St. Patricks GAA club will be held in the clubrooms at Anner Park Cloneen at 7.30 on Friday December 6. We invite all players to attend as we plan for 2020.

Sean Gael Awards Congratulations to John Duggan on being awarded a Sean Gael award on Sunday week last in the Dome in Thurles. These awards are given out annually by the Co. Board to people who have given outstanding service to the GAA over a long number of years. We congratulate John and thank him for his contribution to St. Patricks over the last 60 years.

Munster Champions Congratulations to Presentation Secondary School Ballingarry on their victory in the Munster under 16 ½ Munster Hurling Final played in Bansha on Tuesday week last when the team backboned by 5 St. Patricks players defeated Kilfinnane 1-10 to 1-9. Aidan Fitzgerald captained the team from wing forward. Other St. Patricks players were Goalkeeper Danny Broderick, Wing Back Jack Cleere, Midfielder Cian Crannitch and Corner Forward Ryan Crannitch. Also on the panel were: James Ryan, Bill Cuddihy, Pat Moroney, Daithi Hogan, Willie Cleere and James Hogan. Another panel member was Jamie Brett who was at home sick on the day of the final. Thanks to all the St. Patricks supporters who braved the bad weather to support the team in Bansha

Club Notes 4/11/19

Posted in Development, Football, Hurling, Results on November 4, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Under 21 Hurling Our U21 Hurlers were in first round action last Monday when they took on Ballybacon/Newcastle in Monroe. With a young team out on the field we fought well but came up short in the end on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-7. The team on the day was: Conor Duggan, Sean Ryan, Barry O Dwyer, Pauric O Brien, Michael Boland, Eoin Ryan, Harry Butler, Cathal O Mahoney, Conor Harrington, Stephen Crotty, Ross McCormack, James Fitzgerald, Matt McCormack, Jamie Broderick, Tommy O Brien, Mikey O Brien, Ben Hennessy.

Under 21 Hurling Fixtures Sunday November 17 in Newcastle at 12.00 Anner Gaels V Cahir Sunday November 24 in Cahir at 12.00 Anner Gaels V Skeheenarinky

London Senior Hurling Championship Hard luck to Paul Horan who was a member of the St Gabriel’s team who were beaten by a point after extra time in the London Senior Hurling Final.

Under 8 Football Tournament
On Monday week last October 28 four teams played for the Tom Keane Cup in Anner Park Cloneen.
In the semi finals St. Patricks defeated Mullinahone and Fethard defeated Grangemockler. The Shield final was then played with Mullinahone defeating Grangemockler. Mullinahone captain Dylan Quirke was presented with the Paddy Gleeson Shield by Jimmy Gleeson a brother of the late Paddy RIP. Jimmy is a former secretary and treasurer of St. Patricks club and Paddy was a St. Patricks, Tipperary and Munster footballer.
Fethard and St. Patricks contested the final for the Tom Keane cup and St. Paticks were victorious and captain Billy Purcell was presented with the Tom Keane Cup by Chas Keane a son of the late Tom who was a former St. Patricks, Tipperary and Munster Footballer who won a Railway Cup Interprovincial football medal with Munster in 1949 when Munster defeated Connacht in the semi final and Leinster in the final replay.
Othe members of the victorious St. Patricks team were Mason Moynihan, Mark Carroll, Jack Ryan, Robbie O’ Brien, Rory O’Brien, Mikey O’ Brien, Paddy O’Brien, Michael Kenny-Casey, Rhys Davies, Joshua Lawrence, Eoin Keating, Evan Lawless, Liam O’Halloran, Ryan O’Neill, Daniel Lee, Jack Slattery. Bobby Clancy was unable to play on the day but is a regular member of this team. The selctors for the St. Patricks team were: Edward O’Brien, Mike O’Brien and John O’Brien who are all first cousins.
We thank the Keane and Gleeson families for their generosity. The games were refereed by prominent referee Philly Keane a former St. Patricks player and nephew of the late Tom Keane.

Club Notes 21/10/19

Posted in Football, Hurling, Lotto on October 21, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Under 8 Football for Tom Keane Cup
On Monday 7th October an under 8 football tournament will be held in Anner Park Cloneen for the Tom Keane Memorial Cup which was presented by the Keane Family Fethard in memory of former St. Patricks, Tipperary and Munster Footballer Tom Keane RIP.
The two defeated semi finalists will play off for the Paddy Gleeson Shield presented by the Gleeson Family Drangan in memory of former St. Patricks, Tipperary and Munster Footballer Paddy Gleeson RIP.

London Senior Hurling Championship:
Well done to Paul Horan who was a member of the St Gabriels team who beat Kilburn Gales in the London Senior Semi Final last Sunday. They will now play Robert Emmets this Sunday in the Final. Best of luck Paul.

GAA Coaching Course
Tipperary GAA will offer an Award 1 Hurling coaching course aimed at Youth and Adult hurling coaches, under 14 to senior level club coaches. Due to the large volume of interest last year, we are currently offering two courses prior to Christmas in Cashel and Templederry. You may enroll in which ever course is more suitable.
Dates for the course include;
Venue 1 – Cashel Community School. November 4, 11, 18, 25, & December 2.
Time – 7pm – 9.30pm
Venue 2 – Templederry GAA Club. November 6, 13, 20, 27, and December 4.
Time – 7pm -9.30pm
Cost of course is 50 euro per coach payable on night 1.

St. Patricks GAA Lotto
Lotto Results Tuesday October 8 Numbers Drawn 4,10,16,18. No winner. 4 match 3 winners won €25 each
Sarah O Brien, Priestown, Michael and Rosemary Horan Knockuragh,
Caroline Fleming, Hillview Drangan, Ger Fox, Garranguile Cloneen.
2nd chance draw for €1,000 Numbers drawn 8,24,28,29 no winner
Next draw on the Tuesday November 5 for Jackpot of €15,000. Thanks for your continued support and please keep playing, it could be you! Play online or in local shops and it could be your jackpot!!!!

All are welcome to attend the Lotto Draw in the clubrooms at Anner Park at 9.00pm. You can now play St. Patrick’s GAA Lotto by logging onto our website “stpatsgaa.ie” and also receive our free fortnightly newsletter. This may be of special interest to those with family or friends away from home.
We are very grateful to Paul O’ Halloran of O’ Hallorans Gala Shop, Drangan and also to Matt Murphy of Slievenamon Meats, Drangan who have both kindly sponsored the printing of our tickets. We sincerely thank everyone who plays our lotto as it finances the running and development of our clubs.

Bereavement
We extend sympathy to John Fitzgerald Tubber Cloneen and formerly Magoury Drangan
and his family Jane, John Paul, Christine, Conor and Mary on the recent death of his wife Christine who passed away last week following a short illness.
John won a Co. Minor A Football Championship in 1971 and played for several years despite suffering some serious injuries and won a South Tipperary Junior Football League in 1972 and a South Tipperary Intermediate League in 1977 and also served as Chairman of St. Patricks GAA club for 3 years. John Paul played for St. Patricks some years ago while Conor was a very effective and dependable goalkeeper for our under 14 hurlers this year and will still be under 14 in 2020.
May the soul of Christine rest in Peace.

Club Notes 23/09/19

Posted in Hurling, Results on September 24, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Under 16 Hurling
On Monday week last our under 16 hurlers drew with Ballingarry in the South Tipperary Final played in Kilsheelan. Our boys had staged a great comeback and almost snatched victory. Due to the fading light it was not possible to play extra time so the replay was in Killenaule on Saturday last. Unfortunately our boys never reached the standard of the drawn game and Ballingarry were victorious by 3-15 to 2-5 retaining the South Tipperary
Under 16 B Hurling title which they had won in 2018 with a victory over Mullinahone
The team was: Danny Broderick, Eoin Fitzgerald, Ryan Crannitch, Pat Moroney, Evan White, Aidan Fitzgerald, Jack Cleere, Cian Crannitch, Bill Cuddihy, Cathal Foley, James Ryan, Jamie Brett, Daithi Hogan, Luke Fox, Kyle Colville, Brian O’ Halloran, Robbie Noonan, William Cleere.
We thank the players and their families for the great commitment to training they showed during the year which brought them to a South Football semi final and a South Hurling final. Thanks to team manager Liam Fitzgerald and his selectors Patrick Moroney, Nigel Cleere and Chris Foley.

Under 14 Hurling Shield
On this Sunday September 29 our under 14 hurlers play Ballingarry in the semi final of the Shield at 11.00 in Ballylooby. The winners play the final at 12.30 on the same day also in Ballylooby.

Club Notes 9/9/19

Posted in Football, Hurling, Results on September 9, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Under 14 Hurling
On Sunday last in Anner Park Cloneen our under 14 hurlers advanced to the semi final of the South Tipperary Under 14 B Hurling Shield with a victory over Skeheenarinka by 5-6 to 4-6. The team was: Conor Fitzgerald, Hayden Fleming, Conor Brett, Joe Traynor, Tom Ryan, Pat Moroney, Evan Holohan, Danny Broderick, Seán Nash, William Cleere, Daithi Hogan, Charlie Noonan, Seán Fitzgerald, Diesel Outram, Oran Gahan, Nathan Gleeson, Keelan Strappe, John Carroll, Dylan Meagher. The semi final against Ballingarry will be played on this Sunday morning at 11.00 in Ballylooby wth the final at 12.30 on the same day.

Under 16 Football
On Monday week last our under 16 footballers were defeated by Clonmel Óg by 4-13 to
1-8 in the South Tipperary Semi Final played in Kilsheelan.
The team was:Brian O’Halloran, Eoin Fitzgerald, William Cleere,Evan White, Bill Cuddihy, Cian Crannitch, Danny Broderick, James Ryan, Aidan Fitzgerald,
Cathal Foley, Luke Fox, Jamie Brett, Ryan Crannitch, Daithi Hogan, Kyle Colville, Robbie Noonan, William Cleere.

Under 16 Hurling
Our U16 Hurlers are in Semi Final action this Thursday against Grangemockler. Keep an eye on our Social Media outlets for further details of fixture.

Junior A Football
Our Junior A Footballers play Knockavilla this Tuesday evening in Cashel at 6:30.

Bereavement
We extend sympathy to Mrs. Betty McGrath Kilbury Cloneen on the recent death of her brother Paddy Tobin of Glenbower Grangemockler. The Tobins and the McGaths have been central to GAA activities in Grngemockler and Cloneen. May Paddy rest in peace.