Archive for July 25, 2012

St. Pats Ladies Football Updates

Posted in Ladies Football on July 25, 2012 by Imreoir


Under 10’s

The second round of the u10 girls blitz took place last Wednesday the 18th of July in Littleton. There were teams from Moycarkey and Mullinahone and we had 18 players and fielded two teams. Each team had three 20 minute games. Our red team was: Eimear Boland, Erin O’Brien, Katie McCormack, Siobhan O’Hanlon, Isabelle Hayden, Rachel Butler, Robyn Horan, Eabha Hogan and Heather Gahan. The blue team players were: Dearbhla Morrissey, Eabha Fitzgerald, Kelly Burgess, Inis Noonan, Sarah Cranitch, Sophia Winters, Emily Jane Reason, Aoibheann McGrath and Amy O’Connell.

Under 12’s
On Saturday 21st we travelled to Clonmel Og for the Munster Ladies 12s Fun blitz. Our girls performed admirably with some great team performances. Our group consisted of Moycarkey, Ardfinnan, Clonmel Commercials & Abbeyside (Waterford) this was a great opportunity for our girls to play in various roles and all got great game time.

Junior Team

The junior team played their first championship match away to Latten Cullen in Latten on Sunday past and came away victorious with a scoreline of St.Patrick’s 0-16 to Lattin-cullen 2-6.
Next game is against cahir B

St Pats Juvenile Updates

Posted in Football, Hurling on July 25, 2012 by Imreoir

Under 12’s
Our Under 12 hurlers have had mixed fortune in the hurling premier games so far with good wins over Ballybacon/Grange and Killenaule but suffered defeats to Skeheenarinka and Mullinahone. Good results will be required in their two remaining games against Kilsheelan and Clerihan if they are to reach the semi-finals play off.

Under 14’s
Our under 14’s continued their hurling championship last week and suffered a defeat to Clonmel og on a scoreline of Clonmel Og 5-5 St. Patrick’s 0-6

Under 16’s
Our under 16 hurlers played Ballingarry this week in the A division of the championship. Despite losing the game the lads gave a good account of themselves and showed that they can compete at this level.

St. Pats palyers in Tipp side who win U15 Munster Final

Posted in Football on July 25, 2012 by Imreoir

Conor Clancy and Cathal Mahoney with the Humphrey kelleher cup after the munster final last week.

Well done to Conor Clancy, son of Jimmy and Ann Clancy Ballylusky and Cathal Mahoney, son of Tom and Mary Mahoney Shanakyle who were part of the tipperary U-15 football panel which won the munster football title (Humphrey Kelleher tournament) in great style beating Corks Rebel Og on a scoreline of Tipperary 3-12 Cork 1-07. Other results were Quarter Final Tipp 1-08 South Kerry 0-10, Semi Final Tipp 2-07 Cork 0-09.

Conor and Cathal are no strangers to munster medals as they both won munster medals at U-14 level last year in both hurling and football. The St. Patrick’s club is very proud to see two of it’s most promising young players make tipperary county teams in both hurling and football and hopefully we’ll see lots more of the two lads in the blue and gold in the future.

So well done lads.