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Club Notes 20/12/21

Posted in Uncategorized on December 20, 2021 by St Patricks GAA

Under 21 Hurlers

Our U21 Hurlers were in Semi Final action last Sunday afternoon when they took on Cahir in Clonmel. The game was nip and tuck in the first half but a Cathal Foley goal gave us a half time lead, 1-5 to 0- 6. The second half was the the same as the first with nothing between the teams but a goal for Cahir in the last 10 minutes gave them a lead and they held onto that lead to come out 2 point winners on a scoreline of 1-15 to 1-13. The team on the day was: James Fitzgerald, Sean Ryan, Eoin Ryan Mikey O Brien, Cian Crannitch Conor Duggan, Matt McCormack, Frank Meagher, Ryan Crannitch, Jack Cleere, Paraic O Brien, James Ryan, Cathal Foley, Tommy O Brien, Aidan Fitzgerald, Luke Fox, Jamie Brett, Bill Cuddihy, Eoin Fitzgerald, Brian O’Halloran, Keith Morrissey, Evan White

Unfortunately that ends activities on the field for 2021. We would like to thank all players and management for giving of their time and the effort they put in throughout the year. We would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year and hope to see ye all again in 2022.

Post Primary Schools Hurling

Well done to the St. Patricks players who helped Ballingarry Secondary School to victory over Tramore in the Munster Senior hurling semi final in Tramore on Tuesday of last week: Danny Broderick, Cian Crannitch, Jack Cleere, Aidan Fitzgerald, Daithi Hogan, Ryan Crannitch, James Ryan, William Cleere, Bill Cuddihy, Jamie Brett, Pat Moroney, Brian O’Halloran, Sean Nash.

Club Notes 13/12/21

Posted in Uncategorized on December 13, 2021 by St Patricks GAA

Club Notes 13/12/21

St. Patricks GAA Lotto

Lotto Results Wednesday December 8 Numbers Drawn 5,10, 28, 29. No winner. No match 3 winners. 4 Lucky Dips won €25 each Alan Britton, Ann Marie Ryan, Michael O’Halloran and Keith Browne. Second chance lotto for €1,000….numbers were 16, 17, 19 & 20 no winner. Next draw on Tuesday December 21 for Jackpot of €6,200. Also a draw for 5 Christmas Hampers will be held on Tuesday December 21. Thanks for all your support and please remember to play online in local shops, garages or bars. Please take care of yourself and everyone else. Naomh Pádraig Abu.

Post Primary Schools Hurling

Well done to the St. Patricks players who helped Ballingarry Secondary School to victory over Colláiste an Chroi Naofa Carrig na bhFear in the Munster under sixteen and a half hurling semi final in Clonmel last week: Cormac Duggan, Conor Brett, Seán Nash, Seán Fitzgerald, Oran Gahan, Daithi Hogan, Charlie Noonan, Dylan Meagher, Joe Traynor, John Carroll, Tom Ryan.

Under 21 Hurling

Our U21 Hurlers play Cahir on this Sunday at 1.00 in Monroe in the South Tipperary Semi Final.
Tickets must be booked in advance at: https://embed.futureticketing.ie/c/south-tipperary-gaa/

Club Notes 6/12/21

Posted in Uncategorized on December 6, 2021 by St Patricks GAA

Club Notes 6/11/21

St. Patricks GAA Club AGM

The AGM of St Patrick’s GAA Club took place last Friday night in Drangan Community Hall. There was a big crowd in attendance and it was great to see so many players in attendance as we prepare for 2022. On the night the following positions were filled:
Presidents – Alan Britton, Jimmy Gleeson
Vice President – Jim McGrath
Chairman- James Ryan
Secretary – Catherine Mockler
Assistant Secretary – Mark Fitzgerald
Treasurer – Marcus O Halloran
PRO – Paddy Moroney
Junior Hurling/Football Manager – Eugene McCormack
U19 Hurling/Football Manager – Liam Fitzgerald

We would like to thank outgoing Chairman Jimmy O Brien for all his work over the last number of years and wish new Chairman James Ryan and his committee all the best for 2022

St. Patricks GAA Lotto

Lotto Results Tuesday November 23 Numbers Drawn 7, 14, 22, 26…..no winner. 2 match 3 winners of €50…Margaret Murphy and Cormac Duggan. 2nd chance lotto for €1,000 Numbers drawn were 6,8,14, 18 …no winner. Next jackpot on the 7th Decmber for €6,000….it could be you …keep playing… Please take care of yourself and everyone else. Naomh Pádraig Abu.

Under 21 Hurling

Our U21 Hurlers play Cahir this Saturday in the South Semi Final in Ned Hall Park at 2.00.

Best wishes Daithi

Best wishes to Daithi Hogan who is in training with the Co. Under 16 footballers in preparation for next years Co. minor football team.

Well Done Cathy

When Loughmore-Castleiney won the Co. Senior Football and Hurling double over the last few weekends a key member of their backroom team was local Physio Cathy Doran who played a big part in keeping the bodies fit for action every weekend over the last 4 – 5 months. Cathy has been looking after the Loughmore-Castleiney players for over a quarter of a century but still finds time to look after the aches and pains of the players from her native St. Patricks.

Club Notes 29/11/21

Posted in Uncategorized on November 29, 2021 by St Patricks GAA

St. Patricks Senior GAA Club Mass & Annual General Meeting                                  

The Annual Mass for deceased members of the GAA will be celebrated in the Church of the Immaculate Conception Drangan at 7.30pm on this Friday 3rd December.The Annual General Meeting of St. Patricks Senior GAA Club will be held in Drangan Community Hall at 8.00pm also on this Friday 3rd December. We ask all members to attend the mass and the Annual General Meeting.

Schools Matches

Last week was a busy one for many of our secondary school student with action for Presentation Ballingarry and Scoil Ruain Killenaule.

On last Tuesday week Presentation Ballingarry played the Under 15 Schools Co. Hurling Final against Abbey CBS from Tipperary Town in Boherlahan. The Ballingarry boys did well against a physically stronger Abbey team and were only 4 points behind at the final whistle. St. Patricks players in action were Cormac Duggan, Seán Fitzgerald, Tom Ryan, Charlie Noonan, Michael Cuddihy and Oran Gahan with Cathal Keane, Eoin Morrissey, Dane Outram and Bobby Purcell ready for action.

On Wednesday last all roads led to Ballingarry where Scoil Ruain Killenaule were in action against Presentation Ballingarry in the Senior Secondary Schools Hurling Championship. Eoin Fitzgerald was the lone St. Patricks man on the Killenaule panel with former St. Patricks player Kyle Colville also present. On the Ballingarry side St. Patricks were represented by Danny Broderick, Cian Crannitch, Jack Cleere, Aidan Fitzgerald, Daithi Hogan, Ryan Crannitch, James Ryan with Bill Cuddihy, Pat Moroney, Brian O’Halloran and William Cleere also in the panel. After a great game Ballingarry came out on top and will face Carrick on Suir in the next round.

Under 21 Hurling  

Our U21 Hurlers were out in action last Sunday when they took on Grangemockler in Mullinahone. Down a few players we started off slowly but gradually came back into the game and at half time there was only 2 points in it. However Grangemockler took over in the second half and ran out comfortable winners in the end. We now play Fethard this weekend in the losers group where the winner will qualify for the Semi Final. The team on the day was: Luke Fox, Mikey O Brien, Bill Cuddihy, Sean Ryan, Cian Crannitch, Eoin Ryan, Matt McCormack, Ryan Crannitch, Frank Meagher, Evan White, Pauric O’Brien, Jamie Brett, Cathal Foley, Tommy O Brien, Aidan Fitzgerald.                                                                               

Club Notes 15/11/21

Posted in Uncategorized on November 15, 2021 by St Patricks GAA

St. Patricks GAA Lotto

Lotto Results Tuesday October 26 Numbers Drawn 13,18,24,26…..no winner. 2 match 3 winners of €50…Pat Morrissey and Sarah Mockler. 2nd chance lotto for €1,000 Numbers drawn were 6,8,18, 22 …no winner. Next jackpot on the 9th November for €5,600….it could be you …keep playing… Please take care of yourself and everyone else. Naomh Pádraig Abu.
Attending Local Adult Matches in South & Co. Tipperary All supporters should please note that it is now necessary to prebook all match tickets for all local matches in South and Co Tipperay. The link for South Tipperary matches is: https://embed.futureticketing.ie/c/south-tipperary-gaa/

Well Done to All Star Máire

Congratulations to Meath All Ireland wiining footballer Máire Ó Shaughnessy on being selected on the Ladies Football All Stars last weekend. Máire whose mother is the former Miss Mary Ryan from Curraheen was selected at Mid Field.

St. Patricks Senior GAA Club Mass & Annual General Meeting

The Annual Mass for deceased members of the GAA will be celebrated in the Church of the Immaculate Conception Drangan at 7.30pm on Friday 3rd December. The Annual General Meeting of St. Patricks Senior GAA Club will be held in Drangan Community Hall at 8.00pm also on Friday 3rd December. We ask all members to attend the mass and the Annual General Meeting.

Well Done Charlie

Congratulations and best wishes to Charlie Noonan on being selected on the Co. Tipperary Under 14 Hurling Development Squad who will go into training for the next two months.

Junior B Football

Our Junior B Footballers were the last of our Junior teams left in action this year. They were looking to become the 3rd of our 4 Junior Teams to make a Final this year. They took on Carrick Davins last Wednesday night in Newcastle. Unfortunately they came up against a stronger team on the night and Davins ran out winners on a scoreline of 3-9 to 0-3. This was the first time in 12 years that we have been able to field a 2nd football team so hopefully we can keep doing it for the foreseeable future. The team on the night was: Keith Browne, Jason Hayes, Kieran Clancy, Tommy O Brien, Jamie Moloney, Shane Gorey, Conor Gorey, Richie Needham, Sean Ryan, Jamie Brett, Eamon Needham, Mikey O Brien, Keelan O Neill, Aaron Croinin, Luke Fox, Declan Morrissey, Willie O Brien.

Although there was no silverware won by our Junior Teams this year, we managed to reach 2 South Finals and a Semi Final which has been an improvement on previous years. A lot of young players have also gained valuable experience at adult level and hopefully we can push on over the next couple of years. We would like to thank all the players and management for all their time and effort over the last number of months.

Under 17 Football Championship

On Sunday last our under 17 footballers continued their championship campaign with a narrow defeat at the hands of Cahir in Anner park Cloneen when the score was 2-9 to 1-11. In truth this was a game of missed chances when victory was within our reach. The team was: Brian O’Halloran, Eoin Fitzgerald, Jack Cleere, Evan Holohan, Joe Traynor, Bill Cuddihy, Sean Nash, Pat Moroney, James Ryan, Willie Cleere, Robbie Noonan, Finn Madigan, Oran Gahan, Danny Broderick, Daithi Hogan, Conor Brett, Charlie Noonan, Cormac Duggan, Seán Fitzgerald.

Our under 17 footballers play Fethard in the South Tipperary Sem Final on this Saturday at 10.30 in

Under 21 Hurling

Our under 21 hurlers were drawn against Grangemockler-Ballyneale last weekend when the draw was made for the championship las weekend. We expect them to be in action on Saturday 20th or Sunday 21st November.

Lotto Results 9/11/21

Posted in Uncategorized on November 13, 2021 by St Patricks GAA

Lotto Results  2,8,28,29.  No winner .

No match 3 winners, so 4 lucky dips winning E25 each……

Patrick Gorey jnr., Nell Broderick, Trish Broderick, Keith Browne.

2nd chance lotto for E1,000….numbers were 11,14,19,23, no winner .

Next draw on the 23rd Nov for E5,800.

Thanks for all your support and please remember to play online or your local shops , garages or bars.

Club Notes 8/11

Posted in Uncategorized on November 8, 2021 by St Patricks GAA

Well Done Seán                                                                                                

Congratulations and best wishes to Seán Nash Shanakyle on being selected on the Co. Tipperary Under 15 Huling Panel.

Junior B Hurling

Last Sunday our Junior B Hurlers were hoping to end a 16 year wait for a South Title when they took on Clerihan in Monroe. After already losing to Clerihan earlier in the championship we knew it would be an uphill battle. We got off to a good start and a Shane Gorey goal helped us to a 4 point half time lead.  We continued to lead throughout the match up until the last few minutes when Clerihan went into the lead. A very controversial goal near the end gave Clerihan a 4 point lead with time almost up and although we managed to grab a goal back it wasn’t enough and we ended up losing on a scoreline of 2-14 to 2-13. Losing 2 finals in the space of a week is tough to take but hopefully it will drive us on next year to make up for the defeats. The team on the day was: Patrick Moroney, Sean Ryan, Damien Barry, Kieran Clancy, Jamie Moloney, Colm Dunne, Jason Hayes, Shane Gorey, Jamie Brett, Aaron Croinin, Richie Needham, Mark Lynch, Matt McCormack, Darren Boland, Keelan O Neill, James Fitzgerald, Cameron Moynihan, Luke Fox, Keith Browne, Declan Morrissey, Mikey O Brien, Jack Cuddihy.

Junior B Football

Our Junior B Footballers are in Semi Final action this Wednesday when they take on Carrick Davins in Newcastle.

Under 17 Football Championship                                                                       

 On Sunday  last our under 17 footballers continued their championship campaign with a narrow defeat at the hands of Cahir in Anner park Cloneen when the score was 2-9 to 1-11. In truth this was a game of missed chances when victory was within our reach. The team was: Brian O’Halloran, Eoin Fitzgerald, Pat Moroney, Joe Traynor, Sean Nash, Bill Cuddihy, Evan White, Jack Cleere, James Ryan, Daithi Hogan, Robbie Noonan, Finn Madigan, Danny Broderick, Conor Brett, William Cleere, Charlie Noonan, Oran Gahan,  Cormac Duggan, Evan Holohan, Haydn Fleming, Seán Fitzgerald.

Our under 17 footballers play Grangemockler Ballyneale this weekend.

Under 12 Hurling

On Wednesday evening of last week our under 12 hurlers defeated Fethard in the semi final of the Mullinahone tournament. On the same evening Mullinahone defeated Clonmel Óg in the other semi final. On last Friday night Clonmel Óg defeated Fethard in the plate final and Mullinahone defeated St. Patricks by a point to win the cup final. Well done to our boys who were: Tom Butler, Matt Lawrence, Donal Keane, Conor Danagher, Donncha Foley, Eoin O Brien, jack O’Donnell, Turlough Moroney, Jamie Holohan, Daniel Holden, James Egan, Liam Richarson, Tiernan O’ Brien,  Aidan Morrissey, Darragh Fitzgerald, Jack Gleeson, Mikey Slattery, Dara Browne.

Club Notes 25/10/21

Posted in Uncategorized on October 25, 2021 by St Patricks GAA

Club Notes 25/10/21

Club Lotto

Club Lotto is €5400 tomorrow Tuesday night with a second chance draw of €1000 if main Lotto is not won. Tickets can be bought from local shops and also online at
https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=548#Anchor

Junior A Football

Last Saturday our Junior A Footballers were in action when they took on Ardfinnan in the South Semi Final. We were hoping to reach our first final since 2014. Ardfinnan got off to a good start when they went 2 points up however we soon found our rhythm and a goal from Cathal Mahoney helped us to a 1-10 to 0-4 half time lead. We pulled away further in the second half and ended up winning on a scoreline of 1-20 to 1-7. We will now play Carrick Swan in the South Final this weekend. Look out for fixture details on our social pages in the coming days. We hope to see a big crowd in attendance as we aim to win the South title for the first time since 2005. The team on the day was: Marcus O’ Halloran, Barry O’Dwyer, Patrick Moroney, Colm Dunne, Keith Morrissey, Ciaran Mockler, Pauric O’Brien, Conor Duggan, Eoin Ryan, Aidan Buckley, Joey Noonan, Aidan Fitzgerald, Matt McCormack, Cathal Mahoney, Jamie Broderick, Darren Boland, Michael Boland, Cian Crannitch, Ryan Crannitch, Nicky Kearney, Tony O Brien, Cathal Foley, Sean Ryan, Jamie Brett, Mikey O Brien, Cameron Moynihan.

Junior B Hurling

Our Junior B Hurlers play Carrick Swan in the South Semi Final. We expect this game to be on this weekend also but we have no fixture when going to print. Keep an eye out on our social media pages for fixture details.

Under 17 Football Championship

On Sunday last our under 17 footballers began their championship campaign with a victory over Ballingarry by 3-5 to 2-5 in Anner Park Cloneen. The team was Brian O’Halloran, Eoin Fitzgerald, Pat Moroney, Evan Holohan, Jack Cleere, Bill Cuddihy, Evan White, Seán Nash, James Ryan, Joe Traynor, Robbie Noonan, William Cleere, Charlie Noonan, Daithi Hogan, Danny Broderick, Oran Gahan, Tom Ryan, Seán Fitzgerald, Conor Brett, Cormack Duggan, Hayden Fleming.

Our under 17 footballers play Fethard this weekend.

Under 11 Football Michael Hogan Festival of Football

On Saturday last our under 11 footballers travelled to Boherlahan where they took part in the Michael Hogan Festival of Football. Our boys defeated Cappawhite, Moycarkey-Borris and Cashel. The semi final was a draw and Moycarkey-Borris eventually won on penalties. Players in action were: Liam Richardson, Eoin O’Brien, Aaron Fleming, Billy Purcell, Turlough Moroney, Jack Gleeson, Jim Noonan, Liam o’ Halloran, Tom Butler, Rhys Davies, Jack Slattery, Paddy O’Brien, Daniel Lee, Darragh Fitzgerald, James Egan, Ryan O’Neill, Mikey O’ Brien. We thank the selectors/coaches on the day Tom Egan, Sam Richardson and Liam Fitzgerald. Due to work commitments Edward O’Brien was unable to attend. We thank the Friends of Tipperary Football who organized this great day of football in memory of Grangemockler man Mick Hogan who was shot in Croke Park 101 years ago.

Under 13 Football Michael Hogan Festival of Football

The Under 13 Michael Hogan Festival of Football will be held on this Saturday October 31 when St. Patricks will be in action in Annacarthy.
GAA Fixtures
Under 11 Hurling
Sun Oct 31 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 10.00 St. Patricks V Ballingarry

Under 11 Football

Sun Nov 11 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 10.00 St. Patricks V Ardfinnan

Club Notes 18/10/21

Posted in Uncategorized on October 18, 2021 by St Patricks GAA

Junior B Football & Hurling
Last weekend was a busy one for our Junior B’s with both the hurlers and footballers in action.

First up were the footballers who took on Fethard in Mullinahone last Saturday. It was the first time in 12 years that we were able to field a 2nd football team and the lads did themselves proud with the performance they put in and had the chances to win it. The game ended in a draw, 7 points each. We have 1 more game left to play against Kilsheelan where a win would put us in the Semi Final. The team on the day was: Keith Browne, Conor Gorey, Cathal Foley, Kieran Clancy, Sean Ryan, Shane Gorey, Jamie Moloney, Richie Needham, Cameron Moynihan, Jamie Brett, Tony O Brien, Mikey O Brien, Keelan O Neil, Luke Fox, Tommy O Brien, Aaron Croinin, Dale Murphy, Willie O Brien.

Next up were our Junior B Hurlers who played neighbours Mullinahone last Sunday morning in Killenaule. This was the final group game and the winner would go through to the Semi Final. We started off well and a goal from Darren Boland in the first half helped us to a 1-11 to 0-2 point lead. We managed to extend our lead in the second half and ran out winners on a scoreline of 1-21 to 1-07. We now wait for the other group to finish to find out who we will be playing in the Semi Final. The team on the day was: Patrick Moroney, Sean Ryan, Damien Barry, Kieran Clancy, Jamie Moloney, Colm Dunne, Jason Hayes, Shane Gorey, Jamie Brett, Matt McCormack, Richie Needham, Cameron Moynihan, Mikey O Brien, Aaron Croinin, Darren Boland, Mark Lynch, Keelan O Neill, Luke Fox, Declan Morrissey.

Under 11 Football Michael Hogan Festival of Football

On Saturday last our under 11 footballers travelled to Boherlahan where they took part in the Michael Hogan Festival of Football. Our boys defeated Cappawhite, Moycarkey-Borris and Cashel. The semi final was a draw and Moycarkey-Borris eventually won on penalties. Players in action were: Liam Richardson, Eoin O’Brien, Aaron Fleming, Billy Purcell, Turlough Moroney, Jack Gleeson, Jim Noonan, Liam o’ Halloran, Tom Butler, Rhys Davies, Jack Slattery, Paddy O’Brien, Daniel Lee, Darragh Fitzgerald, James Egan, Ryan O’Neill, Mikey O’ Brien. We thank the selectors/coaches on the day Tom Egan, Sam Richardson and Liam Fitzgerald. Due to work commitments Edward O’Brien was unable to attend. We thank the Friends of Tipperary Football who organized this great day of football in memory of Grangemockler man Mick Hogan who was shot in Croke Park 101 years ago.

Under 13 Football Michael Hogan Festival of Football

The Under 13 Michael Hogan Festival of Football will be held on Saturday October 31
When St. Patricks will be in action in Annacarthy.

GAA Fixtures

Under 11 Hurling
Sun Oct 31 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 10.00 St. Patricks V Ballingarry

Under 11 Football

Sun Oct 24 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 10.00 St. Patricks V Davins
Sun Nov 11 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 10.00 St. Patricks V Ardfinnan

Junior A Football

South Tipperary Semi Final Sat Oct 23 in Ned Hall Park Clonmel at 2.30 St. Patricks V Ardfinnan or Killenaule.

Bereavement

The death took place recently at the age of 96 of Tommy Horan Knocura. We extend sympathy to his wife Ita, Daughters Helena, Margaret, Ita and Claudia and sons Tom, Michael, John, Pat, Eddie and Bisop Paul. Tommy was a well known figure in the cattle business as far away as Kerry and Offally and his son Pat continues in this business. Tommy took a keen interest in current affairs and wworld geography. In his younger days Tommy lined out with St. Patricks hurling and football teams.
With Ita being a Carrick Swan supporter both Tommy and Ita were regular attenders at Swan matches. They were of course regular attenders at St. Patricks matches where their children and grandchildren were regular members of St. Patricks teams. In more recent years they travelled to Mullinahone and Grangemockler matches to support their Grandchildren. Cathal was a Co. Minor hurler, Paul and Sean were Co. Minor Footballers. Seán and Jill had the distinction of both playing All-Ireland Finals on the same day in Croke Park when Jill lined out with the Co. Tipperary Senior Camogie team and Seán with the Co. Under 21 hurlers. Jill had a long and successful career with the Co. Tipperary Senior camogie team and was a regular analyst on the Sunday Game on RTE Television. In recent years the MacFaddens have been prominent members of successful Grangemockler teams. May the soul of Tommy Horan rest in peace.

Lotto Results 12/10/21

Posted in Uncategorized on October 13, 2021 by St Patricks GAA

Lotto Results ……..3,6,10,23.  No winner .

2 match 3 winners of E50 each, Davy hogan ,Cloneen and Lucy Mc Cormack ,Magoury. 

2nd chance lotto plus of E1,000 …numbers were 3,5,9,25…… no winner

.Next draw on the 26th of October for E5,400……2 chances of winning for E2….IT COULD BE YOU!!!

Don’t forget to play online, on the app or in your local shops, pubs and garages, thanks for your continued support and DON’T FORGET TO PLAY!!!