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Club Notes 2/12/19

Posted in Development, Hurling, Results, Uncategorized on December 2, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

St. Patricks GAA Annual General Meeting The Annual General Meeting of St. Patricks GAA club will be held in the clubrooms at Anner Park Cloneen at 7.30 on Friday December 6. We invite all players to attend as we plan for 2020.

Sean Gael Awards Congratulations to John Duggan on being awarded a Sean Gael award on Sunday week last in the Dome in Thurles. These awards are given out annually by the Co. Board to people who have given outstanding service to the GAA over a long number of years. We congratulate John and thank him for his contribution to St. Patricks over the last 60 years.

Munster Champions Congratulations to Presentation Secondary School Ballingarry on their victory in the Munster under 16 ½ Munster Hurling Final played in Bansha on Tuesday week last when the team backboned by 5 St. Patricks players defeated Kilfinnane 1-10 to 1-9. Aidan Fitzgerald captained the team from wing forward. Other St. Patricks players were Goalkeeper Danny Broderick, Wing Back Jack Cleere, Midfielder Cian Crannitch and Corner Forward Ryan Crannitch. Also on the panel were: James Ryan, Bill Cuddihy, Pat Moroney, Daithi Hogan, Willie Cleere and James Hogan. Another panel member was Jamie Brett who was at home sick on the day of the final. Thanks to all the St. Patricks supporters who braved the bad weather to support the team in Bansha

Lotto Results 23/4/19

Posted in Development, Lotto, Uncategorized on April 24, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Lotto reults
4, 21, 22, 30 .
no winner.
2 match 3 winner of E50 
Cameron & Mason Moynihan, Ballywalter
.2nd chance lotto for E1,000….12,16,23,28.
no winner.
next draw on 7th May for E12,400……..if you’re not in…… you can’t win!!

Club Notes 22/04/19

Posted in Development, Football, Hurling, Results, Uncategorized on April 22, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Under 6 Football And Hurling
Training for Under 6 football will commence at 7.00 on this Wednesday April 24 in Drangan field and Under 6 Hurling training will commence on this Saturday April 27 in Anner Park Cloneen at 10.00.

Under 16 Football
On Monday week last our under 16 footballers defeated Clonmel Óg by 2-6 to 0-7 in Ned Hall Park Clonmel. The team was: Brian O’Halloran, Eoin Fitzgerald, Bill Cuddihy, Danny Broderick, Evan White, Cian Crannitch, Robbie Noonan, Aidan Fitzgerald, James Ryan, Jamie Brett, Ryan Crannitch, Cathal Foley, Willie Cleere, Luke Fox, Daithi Hogan, Kyle Colville, Evan Lawson, Pat Moroney.

Under 12 B Football
On Thursday last our under 12 B footballers defeated Ballyporeen by 5-10 to 3-4 in Ballyporeen. The team was: Cormac Duggan, Mike O’Dwyer, Tom Ryan, Michael Cuddihy, Oran Gahan, Charlie Noonan, Seán Fitzgerald, Tom Lee, Eoin Morrissey, Michael Cuddihy, Joey Fitzgerald, Michael Hayden, Dane Outram, Nathan Gleeson.

Under 14 Football
On Tuesday week last our under 14 footballers defeated Ballingarry by 4-4 to 2-2 in Ballingarry. The team was: Cormac Duggan, Joey Fitzgerald, Evan Holohan, Conor Brett, Joe Traynor, Danny Broderick, Seán Nash, Pat Moroney, Robbie Noonan, Oran Gahan, Daithi Hogan, Dylan Meagher, John Carroll, Keelan Strappe, William Noonan, Micheál O’Brien, Charlie Noonan, Seán Fitzgerald, Tom Ryan.

South Junior Hurling Championship
Our Junior hurlers got their Championship underway last Saturday when they played Carrick Swan in Monroe. After a slow start we came into the game and a goal from Robbie Meagher put us into a lead which we held to half time when we led 1-9 to 9. The second half was a tight affair with both teams trading points. A second goal from Conor Duggan seemed to put us in firm control of the game however Swan never gave up and a goal in injury time gave them a 1 point lead which we couldnt get back and they held on for a 1 point win on a scoreline of 2-13 to 1-17. The team on the night was: Willie O’Brien, Conor Gorey, Eoin Ryan, Paddy Moroney, Ciaran Mockler, Mark Mullally, Nicky Kearney, Joey Noonan, Richie Needham, Robbie Meagher, Tony O’Brien, Marcus O’Halloran, Shane Gorey, Aidan Buckley, Conor Duggan, Jamie Broderick, Brian McCormack, James Fitzgerald, Mikey O’Brien, Darren Boland,
Next up for our Junior Hurlers is the County Hurling league this Thursday when we play Carrick Davins in Davin Park Carrick on Suir at 7.00pm.

South Tipperary Junior B Hurling Championship Fixture
Wednesday May 8 in Monroe at 7.15 St. Patricks V Clerihan

Co. Junior Hurling League Fixture
Thursday April 25 in Davin Park Carrick on Suir at 7.00 St. Patricks V Davins

Minor Football Fixture
Thurs April 25 in Ned Hall Park Clonmel at 6.30 Anner Gaels V Cahir

Fixtures Under 16 Football Monday April 29 in Killenaule at 6.30 Killenaule V St. Patricks Monday May 6 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 6.30 St. Patricks V Ardfinnan/Newcastle

Under 14 Football Fixtures
Thursday April 25 in Anner Park Cloneen at 6.30 St. Patricks V Clerihan
Thursday May 2 in Mullinahone at 6.30 Mullinahone V St. Patricks
Thursday May 9 in Anner Park Cloneen at 6.30 St. Patricks V Clonmel Óg

Fixture Under 12 B Football South Tipperary Semi Final
St. Patricks will play the South Semi Final this weekend.

Lotto Results

Posted in Development, Lotto, Uncategorized on March 27, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Lotto results ………7,10,15,26

No winner.

3 match winners of €35. 

Matt Condon,Jane Hayes, Kathleen Ryan . 

2 nd chance lotto for €1,000. 

Lotto no.s 1,15,21,29. No winner. 

Next jackpot on 9th April €12,000. Thank you all for continued support.

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.

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.





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.