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Lotto Results 26/2/19

Posted in Uncategorized on February 27, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Lotto Results 1, 5, 10, 21

no winner

no match 3 winners so 5 lucky dips

john mc cormack,

ann clancy ,

frank britton,

niall mockler,

a. cotter,

2nd chance lotto for E1,000

1, 4, 15, 27.

no winner

next draw on 12th march for jackpot of E11,600.

thank you all for your continued support as it all goes back into our club.

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Club Notes28/01/19

Posted in Development, Football, Hurling, Uncategorized on January 28, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

GAA Membership Fees                                                                          We remind all GAA members that membership fees are now due and must be paid before March 31st 2019. Of course, players must pay before they play or train. Membership Fees are Adults €50 and under 18s, Students and Senior Citizens €35.

 

GAA Gaeltacht Scholarships 2019                                                        The following will be the procedure for obtaining a Gaeltacht Scholarship from Coiste Chontae Thiobraid Árann in 2019;

  1. The scholarships are confined to 2nd Year, TY and 5th Year Students in 2019 and previous recipients of Tipperary GAA Gaeltacht scholarships cannot apply in 2019.  
  2. Students wishing to secure a scholarship from Tipperary GAA should complete the application form which is available from your local club secretary and submit it through their own local GAA Club, Ladies Football Club or Camogie Club.
  3. The secretary of the Club must sign the form and attach a reference letter supporting the applicant’s application before returning it to the Co Rúnaí. Please note the club recommending the successful applicant will be contributing €75 to the scholarship along with the Division, Co Board and Munster Council.

The Closing date for the receipt of Gaeltacht Scholarship Applications is Fri Feb 8th 2019.

Under 21 Football Victory

On Sunday last in Killenaule our Under 21 footballers defeated Ballyporeen/Clonmel Óg by 0-12 to 1-7. The team was: Jack Dolan, Harry Butler, Barry O’Dwyer, Keith Morrissey, Richard Anglim, Eoin Ryan, Michael Boland, Conor Duggan, Joey Noonan, Darragh Hurley, Conor Harrington, Jesse McCormack, Stephen Crotty, Jamie Broderick, Seán Ryan, Liam Quigley, Pauric O’Brien, James Fitzgerald, Mikey O’Brien, Tommy O’Brien.

   

Under 21 Football Fixtures

Sunday February 3rd in Killenaule at 11.30 Anner Gaels V Mullinahone.

Sunday February 10th in Davin Park Carrick on Suir at 11.30 Anner Gaels V Clerihan.

 

 

 

Bereavement

Posted in Uncategorized on April 2, 2018 by St Patricks GAA

We extend the sympathy of St. Patricks GAA Club to Mike and Tom Power on the death of their father Paddy Power. For over half a century Paddy has served his local club as a player and administrator. In his minor days Paddy played football with Mullinahone and was a member of the panel that won the South Tipperary final and were defeated in the Co. Final of 1956. In the same year Paddy was the goalkeeper on the Killenaule minor hurling team defeated by Carrick Swans in the South Tipperary Final. Paddy was a selector when St. Patricks and Mullinahone under the banner of Slievenamon won South and Co. Minor football Championships in 1970 and also won the South Under 21 Football title. Following this Paddy served as a Co. Minor Football Selector. Paddy served St. Patricks as a selector on several Juvenile and adult teams and also represented both St. Patricks and South Tipperary on the Co. Board. When the history of the GAA in Drangan and Cloneen was being compiled Paddy’s memory for detail proved invaluable. Following in Paddys footsteps Paddys son Tom also kept goal for St, Patricks under age teams and the next generation has now arrived on the scene with Mikes children donning the Black and Amber Jerseys. Paddys brother Michael won 3 south finals with St. Patricks in 1963. Over the years Paddy was well known for writing poetry and songs commemorating great events in the GAA and locally. When Tipperary Co. Board published the ballads of Tipperary GAA in 2000 seven of Paddys works were included. When Paddys funeral cortege arrived in Drangan with his coffin draped in his native Black & Amber on Friday 23rd March it was met and escorted into the village by a guard of honour of over 60 players and former players led by South Board Chairman Hugo Browne and John Duggan a minor colleague of Paddys from both minor football and hurling teams of 1956.

Tom Keane RIP

Posted in Uncategorized on November 27, 2017 by St Patricks GAA

It is with great regret that we announce the death of THOMAS (TOM) KEANE.
Tom was one of the finest footballers to ever wear the club Jersey. Tom played minor and senior football for Annervale Rovers in 1942 reaching the South Finals in both competitions.
Tom helped St. Patricks to both South and County Senior Football titles in both 1947 and 1953. He lined out for the Tipp junior and senior footballers for many years and also played for Munster in the Railway Cup from 1949 to 1952 winning an inter provincial railway cup medal in 1949.
In 2000 Tom was honoured with the South Tipperary Footballer of the past award and in 2004 he was awarded a County Tipperary Sean Gael Award.

I would ask anybody who is available on Monday please assemble in Cloneen at 12.00 to form Guard of Honour.
Keane, Barrack Street, Fethard, Co. Tipperary, November 24th 2017, (formerly of Cloneen) in his 93rd year. Thomas(Tom), former Tipperary and Munster footballer and CIE employee. Predeceased by his wife Maryanne and twin children Eleanor and Joseph. Deeply and deservedly regretted by his sons Johnjoe, Eamon, Tommy, Michael and Cyril, his daughters Catherine and Mary, his sisters Mary and Margaret,sisters in law, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.

May he rest in peace.

Reposing in McCarthy’s Funeral Home on Sunday, November 26th, from 5.30pm to 8.30pm.Funeral Mass in the Augustinian Abbey Church on Monday at 11am, followed by burial in Cloneen Cemetery.

Club Notes

Posted in Uncategorized on July 17, 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.

U12 Hurling 

Our under 12 B hurlers got a walk over from Mullinahone on Sunday morning last.

 

Under 12 B Hurling Fixtures                                                                           

Monday 24th July in Clogheen at 7.30 Fr. Sheehys V St. Patricks.

Monday 31st July in Clerihan at 7.00 Clerihan V St. Patricks.

South Semi Final Saturday 6th August, South Final Saturday 12th August.

Co. Semi Finals Saturday 19th August, Co. Final Saturday 27th August.

 

Under 12 D Hurling Fixtures                                                                  

Monday 24th July in O’Sullivan Park Ballingarry at 7.00 St. Patricks V Ballingarry.

 

Under 14 Hurling Fixtures

Thursday 20th July in Grangemockler at 7.30 Grangemockler/Ballyneale V St. Patricks

Thursday 27th July in Mullinahone at 7.30 Mullinahone V St. Patricks

Thursday 3rd August in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.30 St. Patricks V Ballingarry

Thursday 10th August in Fethard at 7.30 Fethard V St. Patricks                                     

Thursday 17th August in Ned Hall Park Clonmel at 7.30 Clonmel Óg V St. Patricks

South Semi Finals Sunday 20th August. South Final Sunday 27th August.

 

Under 16 Hurling Championship

On Monday week last our under 16 hurlers defeated Knockmealdown Gaels in Ballylooby. The team was: Nevin Healy, Keith Morrissey, Matt McCormack, Darragh Hall, Cathal O’Mahony, Ryan Walsh, Ciarán Moroney, Robert Hackett, Stephen Crotty, Richie Anglim, Tommy O’Brien, Páraic O’Brien, Mikey O’Brien, Darragh Hurley, Angus McDonald, Micheál Quinlan, Aidan Fitzgerald, Cathal Foley, Luke Fox, Cian Ahearne, Cathal Ryan.

 

Under 16 Hurling

Monday 7th August in Kilsheelan at 7.30 Kilsheelan-Kilcash V Anner Gaels

Monday 14th August in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.30 Anner Gaels V Clerihan

Monday 28th August in Mullinahone at 7.30 Mullinahone V Anner Gaels

 

Minor Hurling Championship

Our minor hurlers will be in action on this Sunday at 12.00 midday.

 

Co. Junior Hurling League

Our junior hurlers played Toomevara in the final round of the County Hurling League today with a win needed in order to qualify for the knockout stages of the competition. After a bright start where we led for a lot of the first half, Toomevara came a lot more into the game and at one stage in the second half led by 7 points. Unfortunately we left ourselves with too much to do and although we brought the deficit back to 1 point we just couldn’t find another goal late in the game to get the win. This ends our participation in the league for this year. The team on the day was John Moroney, Conor Gorey, Damien Barry, Paddy Moroney, Nicky Kearney, Cathal Mahoney, Colm Dunne, Neil Gleeson, Aidan Buckley, Richie Needham, Robbie Meagher, Paul Horan, Jamie Broderick, Mark Mullally, Mark Slattery, Robbie McCormack, Conor Clancy, Joey Noonan, Ciaran Mockler, Brendan Gleeson, Tony O’Brien, Michael Boland, Keelan O’ Neil, Niall Keane, 

Junior Hurling Championship

Our Junior Hurlers play Fr, Sheehys in the South Tipperary Quarter Final on this Sunday 23rd July at 7.00pm in Cahir.                                                                        

Liam O’Dwyer Memorial Cycle

The Second Annual Liam O’Dwyer Memorial Cycle from Malin Head to Mizen Head will commence on Thursday 17th August from Malin Head to Longford a distance of 210 Kms. On Friday 18th August we will cover 160 Kms from Longford to Anner Park Cloneen. On Saturday 19th August we will cycle 130 Kms from Cloneen to Bandon and on Sunday 20th August the final leg of 95 Kms from Bandon to Mizen Head. Anyone who is interested in cycling any or all of the stages should contact Colm Duggan at 086 3478544, Paul Gahan or any committee of St. Patricks GAA Club. Proceeds of the cycle will go towards the building of the Liam O’ Dwyer Hurling Wall at Anner Park Cloneen and also to a charity chosen by The O’Dwyer Family. Posters and sponsorship cards will be in circulation shortly. We thank you for your support last year and look forward to your support again this year.

Bereavements

Posted in Uncategorized on June 6, 2017 by St Patricks GAA

We extend the sympathy of St. Patricks GAA club to Kathleen Foley on the recent death of her husband Jim. Jim was a lifelong supporter of the GAA and attended local matches up to less than a year before his death. He was also Vice President of the Club up to his passing. In his younger days Jim was a regular member of St. Patricks football teams and lined out in the south finals of 1951 and 1954. His height made him a natural target man at full forward where he made the breaks for others around him including Seamus Moloney who once scored 3-8 against Fethard senior team from the breaks Jim made for him. With an interest in all sports Jim was once suspended by the GAA for attending a rugby match in Thomond Park in Limerick.
Jim’s sons Seán and Chris both lined out for St. Patricks teams with Chris also representing Tipperary at Minor, Under 21 and Intermediate hurling as well as winning Colleges All Irelands with St. Kierans College in Kilkenny as well as South and Co. titles with St. Patricks. The next generation has now arrived on the scene with Cathal, Clodagh and Donncha all wearing the St. Patricks colours. Their mother Mairead is of course a member of well known GAA family the O’Connor’s of Ballyvadlea. May the soul of Jim Foley rest in peace.

We also extend sympathy to the Tobin family of Prospect on the recent death of their mother Mrs. Maureen Tobin. In his day Raphael was a very good goalkeeper on several successful St. Patricks Juvenile teams and Donal played from under age to adult until emigration stole him from us. Raphael’s wife Camilia was well known camogie and ladies football player and represented Tipperary at camogie with her sister Olwyn. May the soul of Maureen Tobin rest in peace.

Club Notes

Posted in Uncategorized on June 6, 2017 by St Patricks GAA

St Patricks GAA App
You can now receive instant notifications of results, fixtures, news and lotto results on your smartphone by downloading the Club App. The App is free to download and can be downloaded at the following site: https://www.clubifyapp.com/

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.

Celtic Challenge Cup

For the last 5 weeks Conor Duggan has been lining out for the South-West Tipperary under 17 Hurling Team in The Celtic Challenge Cup. Conor is also joint captain and has helped the South & West hurlers to victories over West Waterford, Limerick South-East, Cork City and East Waterford with only one defeat at the hands of East Cork. On this Saturday they play the quarter finals. Best wishes Conor.

St. Patricks Summer Camp
St. Patricks GAA Club will hold their Annual Kellogs Cul Camp from Monday 10th to Friday 14th July at Anner Park Cloneen. The fee for the First Child is €60, Second Child €50, Third and subsequent children €40 each. To book a place please log on to Kellogs Cul Camp for an enjoyable week of hurling, camogie and football.

Under 15 Inter County Hurling
For several weeks Tommy O’Brien has been lining out with the Co. Tipperary under 15 hurlers. We wish Tommy the best of luck.

Under 12 B Hurling Fixtures
Monday 12th June in O’Sullivan Park Ballingarry at 8.00 Ballingarry V St. Patricks
Monday 26th June in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00 St. Patricks V Clonmel Óg.
Monday 17th July in Anner Park Cloneen at 8.00 St. Patricks V Mullinahone.
Monday 24th July in Clogheen at 7.30 Fr. Sheehys V St. Patricks.
Monday 31st July in Clerihan at 7.00 Clerihan V St. Patricks.
South Semi Final Saturday 6th August, South Final Saturday 12th August.
Co. Semi Finals Saturday 19th August, Co. Final Saturday 27th August.

Under 12 D Hurling Fixtures
Monday 12th June in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00 St. Patricks V Moyle Rovers
Monday 19th June in Mullinahone at 7.00 Mullinahone V St. Patricks
Monday 3rd July in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00 St. Patricks V Fethard
Monday 10th July in Killenaule at 7.00 Killenaule V St. Patricks.
Monday 17th July in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00 St. Patricks V St. Marys.
Monday 24th July in O’Sullivan Park Ballingarry at 7.00 St. Patricks V Ballingarry.

Under 14 Hurling Fixtures
Thursday 15th July in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.30 St. Patricks V Killenaule
Thursday 22nd June in Fethard at 7.30 Fethard V St. Patricks
Thursday 20th July in Grangemockler at 7.30 Grangemockler/Ballyneale V St. Patricks
Thursday 27th July in Mullinahone at 7.30 Mullinahone V St. Patricks
Thursday 3rd August in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.30 St. Patricks V Ballingarry
Thursday 17th August in Ned Hall Park Clonmel at 7.30 Clonmel Óg V St. Patricks
South Semi Finals Sunday 20th August. South Final Sunday 27th August.

Under 16 Hurling
Under 16 hurling championship will commence on Monday 3rd July and continue each Monday until late August.

Co Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw
The new Co GAA Draw will commence on Friday 2nd June with prizes of cars, cash and holidays.
We thank all who support our draw and look forward to your continued support in the new draw. Please join with your local promoter.

Junior Football Championship
On this Wednesday evening our Junior Footballers play Ardfinnan in Ned Hall Park Clonmel at 7.45 pm.

 

Junior Hurling Championship
After losing to Ballybacon-Grange and drawing with Carrick Swan a win against Grangemockler was vital in order to keep our interest alive. Unfortunately after a good start we couldn’t keep the momentum up as Grangemockler-Ballyneale ran out winners on a scoreline of 1-24 to 2-12. The team on the night was: John Moroney, Jason Hayes, Paddy Moroney, Conor Gorey, Conor Clancy, Cathal Mahony, Shane Gorey, Aidan Buckley, Tony O’Brien, Aaron Cronin, Richie Needham, Nicky Kearney, Neil Gleeson, Robbie Meagher, Robbie McCormack, Damien Barry, Colm Dunne, Brendan Gleeson, Marcus o Halloran, Willie O’Brien, Ciarán Mockler, Niall Keane. We now have to wait on other results and also need a victory against Ballylooby in order to qualify.

Club Players Association

We would ask all players, officers and supporters to register with the CPA as we try and get a proper GAA Calender and fixture list that benefits Club Players. Registration is free, only takes a minute and can be done at http://www.gaaclubplayers.com .Re

St. Patricks GAA Lotto

Lotto results Tuesday 23rd MayNumbers drawn 7,12,16,24 No winnerMatch 3 winners Declan & Cath Ryan Ballinard; Ciara Barnes Monaseed Co. Wexford,Ciarán, Aodhán & Conor Maher Magoury, Gerry Kennedy Killenaule,Mgt. Hogan Peafield Cloneen, Mary Butler Coolanure Fethard.Second chance lotto for €1,000 Numbers drawn 5,6,14,23 No winner.
Next draw on 20th June for €2,400.Thanks to all the continued support for our clubNEXT DRAW ON Tuesday 6th June FOR €2,200THANKING YOU ALL FOR YOUR CONTINUED 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. We wish all our supporters a very Happy New Year.

Bereavements
We extend the sympathy of St. Patricks GAA club to Kathleen Foley on the recent death of her husband Jim. Jim was a lifelong supporter of the GAA and attended local matches up to less than a year before his death. In his younger days Jim was a regular member of St. Patricks football teams and lined out in the south finals of 1951 and 1954. His height made him a natural target man at full forward where he made the breaks for others around him including Seamus Moloney who once scored 3-8 against Fethard senior team from the breaks Jim made for him. With an interest in all sports Jim was once suspended by the GAA for attending a rugby match in Thomond Park in Limerick.
Jim’s sons Seán and Chris both lined out for St. Patricks teams with Chris also representing Tipperary at Minor, Under 21 and Intermediate hurling as well as winning Colleges All Irelands with St. Kierans College in Kilkenny as well as South and Co. titles with St. Patricks. The next generation has now arrived on the scene with Cathal, Clodagh and Donncha all wearing the St. Patricks colours. Their mother Mairead is of course a member of well known GAA family the O’Connor’s of Ballyvadlea. May the soul of Jim Foley rest in peace.

We also extend sympathy to the Tobin family of Prospect on the recent death of their mother Mrs. Maureen Tobin. In his day Raphael was a very good goalkeeper on several successful St. Patricks Juvenile teams and Donal played from under age to adult until emigration stole him from us. Raphael’s wife Camilia was well known camogie and ladies football player and represented Tipperary at camogie with her sister Olwyn. May the soul of Maureen Tobin rest in peace.