Archive for September, 2017

Club Notes

Posted in Football, Hurling, Lotto, Results on September 25, 2017 by St Patricks GAA

St. Patricks GAA Club Official Gear

You can now buy Official Club Gear from the O’Neills website. Gear includes T-Shirts, Hoodies, Jackets and much more. On the O’Neills website click on the Your Club section and search for St Patricks and it will bring you to the page.


Under 13 Hurling

On Friday evening last our under 13 hurlers were defeated by Grangemockler-Ballyneale in the 2018 Feile by 1-6 to 0-3. The team was Danny Broderick, Brian O’Halloran, Eoin Fitzgerald, Evan Holohan, James Ryan, Pat Moroney, Evan White, Robbie Noonan, Bill Cuddihy, Jack Cleere, William Cleere, Kyle Colville, James Hogan, Daithi Hogan, Conor Brett, Finn Madigan.


St. Patricks GAA Lotto

Lotto results Tuesday 12th September numbers drawn 2,10,15,30 No winner 
1 match 3 winner Michael Holohan, Surrey London England €100
2nd chance lotto €1,000 numbers drawn 1,3,5,7. No winner.
Next draw on Tuesday 26th September for jackpot of €4000. Thank you all for your continued support of St.Patricks Club.
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 “”  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. 



We extend the sympathy of St. Patricks GAA Club to the Noonan Family Crohane on

the death in Draperstown Co. Derry of Jimmy Noonan. The Noonan family have a long history of involvement in the GAA in Drangan and Cloneen which goes back to the early years of the GAA. Many will recall 1991 when Jimmy brought World Boxing Champion Barry McGuigan to Drangan and Cloneen when Barry threw in the ball for a novelty football match at Anner Park Cloneen. When St. Patricks under 14 hurlers played in Feile na Gael in Omagh two years ago Jimmy travelled down from Derry to support     St. Patricks as they defeated local team Omagh. In sporting circles Jimmy was well known as a very capable boxing referee and administrator. May he rest in peace.