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Lotto Results 15/09/20

Posted in Uncategorized on September 17, 2020 by St Patricks GAA

Lotto results 1,15,24,25 No winner.

No match 3 winners.

4 lucky dip winners

Tomas Mc Cormack, Kit O Connor, James Buckley,& Michael Nash.

2nd chance for €1,000 15,16,20,25. No winner.

Next draw for €18,000 on 29 th September :Thanks for all your continued support…. it all helps the development of our club….please continue to play .

Club Notes 14/9/20

Posted in Uncategorized on September 14, 2020 by St Patricks GAA

Co. Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw

The new draw for 2020-21 will commence on this Friday September 18. Anyone who wishes to join should contact their local promoter immediately. We thank you for your support in the past and look forward to your continued support in the future.

Junior Football

Our Junior A Footballers were due to play Moyle Rovers last Sunday in the second round of the Championship however we received a walkover. We have 2 games left to play against Killenaule and Ballingarry and have to win both to have a chance of qualifying for the semi finals.

Minor Football Fixture

Our Minor Footballers play Ballingarry on this Wednesday 16th September in Fethard at 6:15.

Under 16 Football Fixtures
Mon Sept 21 in O’Sullivan Pk. Ballingarry at 6.30 Ballingarry V St. Patricks
Mon Sept 28 in Anner Pk. Cloneen at 6.30 St. Patricks V Mullinahone

Under 14 Football Fixtures

Thurs Sept 17 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 6.30 St. Patricks V Grangemockler/Ballyneale.
Thurs Oct 1 in O’Sullivan Pk Ballingarry at 6.30 Ballingarry V St. Patricks
Thurs Oct 8 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 6.30 St. Patricks V Carrick Swan
Thurs Oct 15 in Killenaule at 6.15 Killenaule V St. Patricks

Under 12 Football Fixtures

Sun Sept 20 in Kilsheelan at 10.00 Kilsheelan V St. Patricks
Sun Oct 4 in Clerihan at 10.00 Clerihan V St. Patricks
Sun Oct 11 in Grangemockler at 10.00 Grangemockler V St. Patricks
Date to be arranged in Monroe Moyle Rovers V St. Patricks

Under 14 B Hurling Final

On Monday week last our under 14 boys took on Ballybacon-Grange/Newcastle in the South Tipperary Final at Clerihan. Our boys put in a great shift and were well in the game into the second half. However Ballybacon gradually took control and won by The team was: Cormac Duggan, Cathal Keane, Evan Holohan, Hayden Fleming Molloy, Eoin Morrissey, Conor Brett, Joey Fitzgerald, Shaun Nash, Charlie Noonan, John Carroll, Finn Madigan, Keelan Strappe, Seán Fitzgerald, Oran Gahan, Tom Ryan, Mike O’Dwyer, Tom Lee, Dylan Meagher, Diesel Outram, Michael Hayden, Dane Outram.

Mullinahone Hurling Tournaments

On Saturday week last our under 12 hurlers were defeated by Mullinahone in the semi final but recovered to win the Shield Final by defeating Grangemockler. The team was: Tom Butler, Donncha Foley, Donal Keane, Tiernan O’Brien, Conor Danagher, Dane Outram, Daniel Hayden, Nathan Gleeson, Jack O’Donnell, Liam Henebry, Dara Browne, Daniel Carroll.

On Saturday last our under 10 hurlers defeated Carrick Davins and Mullinahone to win the cup. Players in action were: Liam Richardson, Eoin O’Brien, James Egan, Aidan Morrissey, Tom Butler, Turlough Moroney, Dara Fitzgerald, Jack Gleeson, Eddie Hayden. Well done to all on a great days hurling.

Our under 9 hurlers were in action in Mullinahone last Saturday also. They put on a good performances drawing with Grangemockler but were unlucky to be beaten by Mullinahone. The team was: Liam O’Halloran, Paddy O’Brien, Jack Slattery, Rhys Davies, Jack Ryan, Robbie O’Brien, Billy Purcell, Mikey O’Brien, Evan Lawless, Daniel Lee, Mason Moynihan.

We thank Mullinahone for inviting us to play in their local tournaments when Covid 19 prevented them from running their usual monster festival of hurling.
St. Patricks GAA Lotto
Numbers Drawn 7,15,17,28. No winner One match 3 winner Jim Dunne €100 Second chance draw for €1,000 Numbers Drawn 1,3,11,16 no winner
Next draw on Tuesday Sept 15 for Jackpot of €1,600…..thanks for all your support and remember to play…Thank you!
To ensure social distancing the draw will be held in Drangan Community Hall.

Club Notes 7/09/20

Posted in Uncategorized on September 7, 2020 by St Patricks GAA


Co. Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw

The new draw for 2020-21 will commence on Friday September 18. Receipts were posted by Co. GAA office in early July and your promoter will be in contact with you in the coming days. We thank you for your support in the past and look forward to your continued support in the future.

Minor Football

Our Minor Footballers played their second round of the championship last Sunday evening in Mullinahone where Killenaule were our opponents. The first round was played back in March but the championship was delayed due to the Covid 19 pandemic.
We started off slowly and took a while to find our scoring boots but once we got going we never looked back. Goals from Aidan Fitzgerald, Daithi Hogan and Danny Broderick helped us win out on a scoreline of 3-9 to 0-8. The team on the night was: Brian O’Halloran, Luke Fox, Cathal Foley, Eoin Fitzgerald, Bill Cuddihy, Keith Morrissey, Cian Crannitch, Aidan Fitzgerald, James Ryan, Jamie Brett, Matt McCormack, Robbie Noonan, Daithi Hogan, Ryan Crannitch, Danny Broderick, Pat Moroney, Jack Cleere.

Under 16 Football Fixtures

Mon Sept 14 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 6.30 St. Patricks V Fethard
Mon Sept 21 in O’Sullivan Pk. Ballingarry at 6.30 Ballingarry V St. Patricks
Mon Sept 28 in Anner Pk. Cloneen at 6.30 St. Patricks V Mullinahone

Under 14 Football Fixtures

Thurs Sept 17 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 6.30 St. Patricks V Grangemockler/Ballyneale.
Thurs Oct 1 in O’Sullivan Pk Ballingarry at 6.30 Ballingarry V St. Patricks
Thurs Oct 8 in Anner Pk Cloneen at 6.30 St. Patricks V Carrick Swan
Thurs Oct 15 in Killenaule at 6.15 Killenaule V St. Patricks

Under 12 Football Fixtures

Sun Sept 13 in Monroe at 10.00 Moyle Rovers V St. Patricks
Sun Sept 20 in Kilsheelan at 10.00 Kilsheelan V St. Patricks
Sun Oct 4 in Clerihan at 10.00 Clerihan V St. Patricks
Sun Oct 11 in Grangemockler at 10.00 Grangemockler V St. Patricks

Under 14 B Hurling Semi Final

On Thursday last our under 14 boys took on Killenaule in the South Tipperary semi final at O’Sullivan Park Ballingarry. We had to line out without Tom Ryan who was sick and lost Keelan Strappe early in the game due to a finger injury. However after a slow start our boys got into gear and won by 1-6 to 0-3. The team was: Cormac Duggan, Mike O’Dwyer, Evan Holohan, Cathal Keane, Eoin Morrissey, Conor Brett, Joey Fitzgerald, Shaun Nash, Charlie Noonan, John Carroll, Finn Madigan, Keelan Strappe, Seán Fitzgerald, Oran Gahan, Tom Lee, Dylan Meagher, Diesel Outram, Hayden Fleming, Michael Hayden, Dane Outram.
By the time you read this we will have played the South Final against Ballybacon-Grange/Newcastle on Monday evening in Clerihan.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 St. Patricks GAA Lotto 

Numbers Drawn 7,15,17,28. No winner One match 3 winner Jim Dunne €100 Second chance draw for €1,000 Numbers Drawn 1,3,11,16 no winner
Next draw on Tuesday Sept 15 for Jackpot of €1,600…..thanks for all your support and remember to play…Thank you!
To ensure social distancing the draw will be held in Drangan Community Hall.

Lotto Results 18/08/20

Posted in Uncategorized on August 18, 2020 by St Patricks GAA

Lotto results 3,14,17,26    no jackpot winner 

1 match 3 winner…….Robert Mc Cormack

2nd chance lotto for E1,000 ….7,14,19,24……..no winner

next draw on 1st September fo E1,400…please support your local cub either online or in our local shops, all monies raised goes back into the daily running of our club, thank you

 

 

Club Notes 8/6/20

Posted in Football, Hurling, Lotto, Uncategorized on June 8, 2020 by St Patricks GAA

St. Patricks Juvenile GAA Kellogs Summer CÚl Camp

We ask all parents and juvenile players to note that our Annual Summer Camp will not be held until August. This of course depends on the Corona Virus and our efforts to defeat its progress.

Hurling and Football Games Postponed

Due to the Coronavirus all Adult and Juvenile Hurling and Football games have been postponed until the present crisis has abated. Training has also been put on hold and both Anner Park Cloneen and Drangan GAA Field are out of bounds for all until June 29 when training will commence under very strict guidelines. Club games will commence on July 31 and inter county games will commence in mid October.
St. Patricks GAA Lotto
Next draw for a Jackpot of €17,000 will be held when the Covid 19 Pandemicc has abated. – Co. Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw
The new draw for 2020-21 will commence on Friday September 18. Receipts will be posted by Co. GAA office in early September and your promoter will be in contact with you in late August or early September. We thank you for your support in the past and look forward to your continued support in the future. –

Club Notes 20/04/20

Posted in Uncategorized on April 20, 2020 by St Patricks GAA

St. Patricks Juvenile GAA Kellogs Summer CÚl Camp

We ask all parents and juvenile players to note that at the moment our Annual Summer Camp will commence on Monday 29th June and continue until Friday 3rd July. However this may change due to the ongoing restrictions that are in place. Once we hear of further developments we will let you know.

Hurling and Football Games Postponed

Due to the Coronavirus all Adult and Juvenile Hurling and Football games have been postponed until the present crisis has abated. Training has also been put on hold and both Anner Park Cloneen and Drangan GAA Field are out of bounds for all.
Community Delivery Service

In an effort to help people who are self isolating in Drangan and Cloneen a group of GAA people have got together to arrange deliveries to houses in Drangan and Cloneen. If you wish to avail of this service please place your order by phonong the shop and delivery will be arranged on the following day. We thank the local shops and the volunteers who will be delivering to your doorstep but not entering your house in the coming days and weeks.

GAA – The Early Years

On Sunday February 26 1899 Killusty defeated Cloneen in a football match played in Cloneen and refereed by Mr. John Lawrence of Killusty. In a football tournament in Mullinahone Ballyluskey were defeated by Ballyneale. A big Athletic meeting was held in Drangan in October 1899 with competitors from near and far taking part in running, jumping, weight throwing and cycling competitions. Also in 1899 Jack Cormack from Cloneen played with the Tipperary Senior Footballers. In 1900 there were four teams from the parish in football competitions. On August 4 1901 a big sports day was held in Crohane. On Sunday August 25 1901 Ballingarry represented Tipperary in a football tournament in Cork with Johnny Tobin Newtown, Jack Phelan Crampscastle and Lar Clancy Ballylusky playing as guest players for Ballingarry. In 1902 Ballylusky led by John Guinan were defeated by Thurles and a second Ballylusky team played both New Birmingham and Kilsheelan but did not progress any further. On Wednesday July 1 James Gleeson and James Phelan represented Ballylusky at a Co. Board meeting in Clonmel. On Sunday May 5 1904 Ballylusky were fixed to play Poulacapple in a football tournament in Ballingarry. However results are not available. No teams from the parish entered the championships in 1905.

St. Patricks GAA Lotto

Next draw for a Jackpot of €17,000 will be held when the Covid 19 Pandemicc has abated

Club Notes 13/04/20

Posted in Uncategorized on April 13, 2020 by St Patricks GAA

Hurling and Football Games Postponed

Due to the Coronavirus all Adult and Juvenile Hurling and Football games have been postponed until the present crisis has abated. Training has also been put on hold and both Anner Park Cloneen and Drangan GAA Field are out of bounds for all.

St. Patricks Juvenile GAA Kellogs Summer CÚl Camp

We ask all parents and juvenile players to note that our Annual Summer Camp will commence on Monday 29th June and continue until Friday 3rd July.

Community Delivery Service CoronaVirus

In an effort to help people who are self isolating in Drangan and Cloneen a group of GAA people have got together to arrange deliveries to houses in Drangan and Cloneen. If you wish to avail of this service please place your order by phonong the shop and delivery will be arranged on the following day. We thank the local shops and the officers of St. Patricks GAA club who have arranged this service: Chairperson Jimmy O’Brien, Secretary Catherine Mockler, Assistant Secretary Mark Fitzgerald MCC, Treasurer Marcus O’Halloran and Public Relations Officer Patrick Moroney. A special word of thanks to the volunteers who will be delivering to your doorstep but not entering your house in the coming days and weeks. T

The Birth of the GAA When the GAA was founded in Hayes Hotel in Thurles on November 1 1884 a small number of men met in the Billiard Room but a large number of supporters gathered in the hotel and some say that there were so many other supporters in attendance that many had to go to another hostelry across the street. Among those was a Drangan man Mikey Tobin of Newtown whose son Johnny Tobin captained Cloneen to win the Co. Tipperary Senior Football Championship in 1908. Johnny also lined out with the Co. Tipperary Senior Footballers for a number of years. A Cloneen man’s son was also in Hayes Hotel in Thurles that day. He was Henry Meagher of Tullaroan whose son Lory was to become one of the most famous hurlers of all time. We compliment these men on their support for the most successful venture in modern day Ireland. Getting to Thurles was not an easy task in those days as it probably involved walking or going by horse to Thurles or maybe to get the train in Laffansbridge or Farranaleen. Historians in Tullaroan tell us that Henry Meagher went to Thurles by pony and trap which was probably a bit of luxury at that time.

GAA – The Early Years
One of the first GAA clubs in Co. Tipperary in 1885 was Cloneen who were defeated by Kilcash in a football tournament in Fethard in 1886 which was attended by many thousands according to the report in the Cashel Sentinel who reported that the supporters preserved the most orderly demeanour and sobriety. By 1887 3 more clubs from the parish had affiliated to the Central Executive of the GAA. They were Drangan Davitts, Ballyluskey O’Hanrahans and Crohane. On May 21 1887 Ballyluskey O’Hanrahans were defeated by The Cashel Rock Crackers who had a “hard Earned Victory” according to The Cashel Sentinel. A tournament was held in Drangan with several teams from Clonmel and Tipperary. In a tournament played in Fethard Lisronagh defeated Crohane, Drangan defeated Ballingarry and Poulmucka defeated defeated Ballyluskey. The next few years were dominated by athletic contests with a lot of GAA activity put on hold due to the Parnell Split. In 1892 the number of players on football and hurling teams was reduced from 21 to 17. In a football tournament in Mullinahone Callan and Mullinahone played a draw and Ballyneale defeated Ballyluskey. In a football tournament in Mullinahone there were teams from Grangemockler, Kilcash, Fethard, Drangan, Mullinahone, Callan, Windgap, Dessart and Coolagh. In February 1894 draws and fixtures were made for the Co. Tipperary football and hurling championships but no teams were entered from Drangan or Cloneen.
St. Patricks GAA Lotto

St. Patrick’s Gaa lotto draws are postponed until further notice due to the Covid 19 pandemic. This decision has been taken in the best interest of health and safety for our community. All tickets sold will be held over until next draw can resume. Online and 6 month tickets will be extended to ensure they are entered in correct number of draws. Thank you for your support and understanding and we encourage you to stay safe during this difficult time.

Next draw for a Jackpot of €17,000 will be held when the Covid 19 Pandemicc has abated.
Thanks for your support in the past and we look forward to your support in the future. You can play St. Patrick’s GAA Lotto by logging onto our website “stpatsgaa.ie” and also receive our free fortnightly newsletter. 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.

Lotto Results 25/02/20

Posted in Development, Lotto, Uncategorized on February 26, 2020 by St Patricks GAA

Lotto Results 4,21,25,26.
No jackpot winner.
1 match 3 winner, Mgt Gleeson, Knockcura.
2nd chance draw for E1,000 ……3,9,15,28. No winner .
Next draw on the 10th March for E16,800….it could be you!!!! Thank you all for your continued support , it all goes back into your local club

Club Notes 24/02/20

Posted in Uncategorized on February 24, 2020 by St Patricks GAA

St. Patricks Juvenile GA Kellogs Summer CÚl Camp
We ask all parents and juvenile players to note that our Annual Summer Camp will commence on Monday 29th June and continue until Friday 3rd July.

Peadar Cummins Under 14 Inter-Divisional Hurling
Seán Nash played his third game for South Tipperary Under 14 hurlers on Wednesday last when the opposition was Mid Tipperary. By the time you read this Seán and his colleagues will have played the Peadar Cummins Shield final against West Tipperary on Monday evening.

Roger Ryan Under 15 Inter-Divisional Hurling
On Saturday last Pat Moroney and his South Tipperary colleagues defeated North Tipperary in Páirc na nÓg Thurles by 2-16 to 1-6. We wish Pat the best of luck on this Saturday February 29 when they play Mid Tipperary in Toomevara with the winners going into the Cup final and the losers playing the Shield final all on this Saturday in Toomevara.

Under 12 D Football Fixtures
Saturday February 29 in O’Sullivan Park Ballingarry at 11.00 Ballingarry V St. Patricks
Saturday March 7 in Anner Park Cloneen at 11.00 St. Patricks V Mullinahone
Saturday March 21 in Clerihan at 11.00 Clerihan V St. Patricks
Saturday March 28 in Anner Park Cloneen St. Patricks V Killenaule
Saturday April 18 in Monroe at 11.00 Moyle Rovers V St. Patricks
Saturday April 25 in Cloneen St. Patricks V Davins

Under 12 B Football Fixtures
Saturday March 21 in Páirc na hEalai Carrick On Suir at 11.00 Swan V St. Patricks
Saturday March 28 in Anner Park Cloneen St. Patricks V Fethard
Saturday April 4 in Anner Park Cloneen at 11.00 St. Patricks V Killenaule
Saturday April 18 in Mullinahone at 11.00 Mullinahone V St. Patricks
Saturday April 25 in Anner Park Cloneen St. Patricks V Ballingarry

Under 14 B Feile na Gael Hurling
Sunday March 1 in Anner Park Cloneen at 10.00 St. Patricks V Kilsheelan-Kilcash

Under 14B Peil Football
Sunday March 8 in Ned Hall Park Clonmel at 10.30 Clonmel Óg V St. Patricks

Fixture Under 21 Football
Sunday March 1 in Ballingarry at 12.00 Anner Gaels V Mullinahone.
Co. Football League Fixture Sunday March 1 in Anner Park Cloneen at 11.30 St. Patricks V Seán Treacys

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

Juvenile GAA Membership Fees Membership fee is €35 and should be paid to club Treasurer Julie O’Halloran on this Wednesday night in Drangan Community Hall

Bereavement We extend the sympathy of St. Patricks GAA club to the O’Shea Family Cloran Cloneen on the recent death of Tom O’Shea. Tom was a prominent footballer with St. Patricks in his younger days playing senior in 1969. Tom was at corner back when St. Patricks won the South Tipperary League in 1972 and again in 1973 when St. Patricks reached the final. The late Toms brother Robert (Bob) was also a member of those teams. On arrival at The Church of The Nativity in Cloneen Tom’s coffin was draped with the Black and Amber flag of St. Patricks GAA Club. Among the gifts brought to the altar by his nieces Joan and Stephanie was a fishing rod recalling the many happy days Tom spent fishing in the local river Anner and an O’Neils football recalling Toms many succeses on the football field of Anner Park Cloneen and several other pitches in South Tipperary. May the soul of Tom O Shea Rest In Peace.

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.