Archive for February 10, 2020

Club Notes 10/02/20

Posted in Uncategorized on February 10, 2020 by St Patricks GAA

Peadar Cummins Under 14 Inter-Divisional Hurling

Seán Nash played his second game for South Tipperary Under 14 hurlers on Saturday last when the opposition was North Tipperary. The final score was 2-9 to 0-3 in favour of the boys from North Tipperary.We wish Seán and his colleagues the best of luck when they play Mid Tipperary in Borrisoleigh at 12.00 on this Saturday February 15.

Roger Ryan Under 15 Inter-Divisional Hurling

On Saturday last Pat Moroney and his South Tipperary colleagues were defeated by West Tipperary in Ballylooby by 2-16 to 1-6. We wish Pat the best of luck on this Saturday February 15 when they play North Tipperary in Páirc na nÓg Thurles at 10.00.

Fixture Minor Football
Sunday February 23 in Mullinahone at 12.00 St. Patricks V Killenaule.

Fixture Under 21 Football
Sunday March 1 in Ballingarry at 12.00 Anner Gaels V Mullinahone.

St. Patricks GAA Club Membership Fees 2020 GAA Club embership fees are now due and should be paid to Treasurer Marcus O’Halloran or Club Registrar Micheál Broderick. Fees are adults €50 and €35 for students, senior citizens and under 18 players. Players must pay before they play or train so anybody playing minor or under 21 football must pay immediately.
Bereavements We extend the sympathy of St. Patricks GAA Club to Teresa Bourke and family Cloran on the recent death of John RIP. John was a prominent footballer with St. Patricks in the 1950s and 1960s winning South finals in 1963 and 1967 and a Co. Final in 1967. Johns sons P.J., Percy and Tom and daughters Breda, Katie and Tess all played with St. Patricks and the next generation is already wearing the St. Patricks Jersey. When John’s funeral arrived in Cloneen it was met by a guard of honour of his colloeagues from those teams and many other past and present players. May he rst in peace. We also extend sympathy to the Ryan family Cloran and the Carroll Family Burncourt on the death of Mrs. Mary Ryan. Mary’s husband Philly was one of our top footballers in the 1940s and 1950s winning South and Co. Senior Football Finals in 1947 at mid field and in 1953 at full forward when he also captained the team. Phillys brother Mick was also a member of both teams. May she rest in peace.