C.L.C.G. Naomh Padraig - On Saturday last, Conor Clancy scored 2-2 for South Tipperary Under 14 footballers in the Inter Divisional Footballers Competition. Conor lined out at full forward as South Tipperary defeated West Tipp in the semi-final. Unfortunately Mid-Tipperary won the final after extra time. Well done Conor.
We extend the sympathy of St. Patrick’s GAA Club to the Gorey families of Shanakyle, Drangan and Kilbehenny, Co. Limerick on the sad death in a car accident of Ruth Gorey, daughter of Denis Gorey, formerly of Shanakyle. The Gorey’s have been involved in St. Patrick’s G.A.A. for several years with Paddy the present Chairman of St. Patrick’s Juvenile Club. Lillian is the holder of several ladies football honours including senior All-Irelands, while Shane, Patrick and Conor have all been members of successful St. Patrick’s teams. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam Ruth Gorey. As a mark of respect, our under 16 football and Junior Hurling games were postponed last weekend.
On Sunday evening last, St. Patrick’s took part in the South Tipperary Final of Scor Na bPaisti in Clonmel G.A.A. Centre.
Dancers were Niamh Ryan, Aine Ryan, Emer Ryan, Aoife Horan, Ciara Horan, Eimear Kenny. Musicians, Aoife Horan and Ciara Horan. Quiz teams, Niamh Ryan, Emer Ryan, Caoimhe Ryan, Michael Boland, Brian Anglim, Barry O’Dwyer. Recitation, Nial Mockler
All of these will be on stage in Drangan on this Friday night at 8.30 p.m. in a concert. We hope to see a large crowd in attendance.
The 2010 South Tipperary Junior Hurling medals will be presented to our players at a function in Anglim’s Lounge, Cloneen on Friday, 1st April.
On this Saturday afternoon, our Under 16 footballers play Mulinahone in Mullinahone at 4 p.m.
On this Sunday, our Junior Hurlers play Cashel King Cormac’s at 3 p.m. in Cashel.