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Dingle Way Challenge

“The Dingle Way Challenge” makes a welcome return on Sunday 5th June. This is a really important fundraiser for the Club and we ask all our members to encourage family, friends and work colleagues to participate. Registration can be completed page or on the club website

Ukrainian Appeal

In early March the Club executive decided to donate the total proceeds from the weekly Club lotto of the 6th March to support the work of UNICEF in Ukraine.

Thanks to the very generous support of our weekly lotto players, club members and supporters and the wider community added to by a donation from Club funds we recently transferred €2000 to UNICEF Ireland.

The Club also received a further donation for the Red Cross Ukraine appeal and this has been transferred to the Irish Red Cross. The Club executive extends a sincere thank you to all who supported our appeal.

Club Lotto

There was no winner of our Club Lotto Jackpot of €4500 on Sunday night last. The numbers drawn were 05, 08, 12 & 24.  The five €30 consolation prizes went to:

Lil McHugh c/o Byrnesworth
Denis O’Sulllivan Annagh
John Duhig Castlegregory
Trevor Galvin Online
Liz Kelly Lohercannon
Next week’s Lotto will have a Jackpot of €4600 and the draw will take place on Sunday night 24/04/2022 at 9-15PM. Club lotto can be played online through the club website, lotto tickets can be purchased from any club officer or at the following outlets:

O’Sheas Shop and Service Station Blennerville

Poff Motors Dingle Road

Seamus O’Sullivan Master Butchers Manor

Noyeks Mile Height


Skelper Quanes

Keanes of Curraheen

Betty’s Bar

Rock Inn

Many thanks to all who contribute to our weekly Club Lotto. The Club cannot emphasise enough the importance of our members promoting the Club Lotto among family, friends and work colleagues. The Lotto is now a critical source of funds for the Club.

We are appealing to all club members to promote our lotto at this time to ensure our clubs future viability.

Please have your lotto entries in by 7pm, every Sunday evenings.


We would like to remind any player, parents or supporters who wish to be club members for 2022 to please register now via foireann. Information on registration and foireann is available on the club website If anyone has difficulty registering please contact any club officer or coach and we will provide help.

GAA Healthy Club

Our aim is for our club to become a hub for health in our community. Please join us on our journey.

If you’re interested in getting involved please contact our Health Club Officer on: 0860588392. We are delighted to be part of this great initiative so out First Meeting on the Move is this Monday 18th of April at 8pm we will be walking from the Windmill Car Park.

Dawn Mass

Thank you to all who attended Dawn Mass on Easter Sunday and also thank you to all who helped out afterwards.

Juvenile Academy

The younger Juvenile’s got a break on Sunday morning to enjoy their eggs, as the April showers spoiled the plans for a training session followed by an Easter Egg hunt! See you all next week, after the rest. Keep practicing at home till than everyone.


Last week we hosted St Senan’s in the first round of the U11 County Go Games on Thursday. The windmill team had a very close entertaining game with their counterparts with strong performances from The Flynn and Costello twins and Darragh Flahive.

The bridge team had a difficult first half but made a great comeback in the second half, driven on by Sam Smith, Dylan Murphy and Charlie Sharp.

We then battled the elements on Sunday with training on the pitch in preparation for our next round of the County Go Games program. This Thursday, we host Ardfert in Blennerville at 6:30pm. Keep up the skills at home lads.

U12 Girls

Well done to the 7 girls who braved the weather this morning and put in a great training session on Easter Sunday. Aisling, Alanna, Sarah, Kaela, Chloe, Lucy and Eve. They had a fun training session and even played indoor games after getting caught in a huge downpour. Next Game is on this Tuesday in Castlegregory at 5pm.

U13 Boys

After a quiet Easter weekend our U13 team are back in action again in the Co. League next Sunday with a home game against Tarbert scheduled for 6:00pm.

Membership for 2022 should be completed now via Information on using foireann and on membership rates is available on the Club website

If anyone is having any difficulties using foireann please contact a coach or Club officer and assistance will be provided.


Our U15 in their Round 4 have a bye for this match on the 20th of April.


Development League Round 2

St Pats 0-09 Scartaglin 1-05

With dark clouds overhead and rain on the horizon Scartaglin started off the scoring with three points. Killian Lynch opened the scoring for us with a point, Breandan Savage added two more points to our tally.

Conor Enright put another point for us with us in the lead by a point Scartaglin shot to hit the back of the net. As the match continued and the minutes counted down Breandan Savage added another two points to the board.

The whistle blew and the half time score stood at St Pats 0-06 to Scartaglin 1-03.

The second half started with misty rain which only made holding onto the ball that more difficult. Both teams worked with the rain to try to put scores on the board, Scartaglin were first to start the scoring in this half with a point. Breandan Savage took his shot to place it between the goalposts for another point.

As we were a draw and the clock was having less and less time left someone needed to score it was Shane Jordan who answered the call and kicked the ball to send it sailing over the post.

Scartaglin answered with a point which brought it back to be a draw again. As the clock ticked down to final minutes Breandan Savage put us a point ahead. We had some changes in the second half with Martin Savage replaced by Mikey Doody and Ali Gardezi replaced by Jack Lynch.

As nerves grew with us only a point ahead and the ball in Scartaglin’s possession more than once, St Pats made sure to keep them away from our goals as much as possible.

Conor Enright was subbed for Jamie Lynch, Darragh Moriarty by Adam Hegarty and Damien Cronin for Patrick Dowling. With close calls the final whistle blew with the full time score reading St Pats 0-09 Scartaglin 1-05.

Our seniors play at home against Churchill in their Round 4 of their Credit Union County Senior Football League at 7pm.


To John and Eileen Enright Derrymore who celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary recently.


The club would like to extend its sympathy to the families and friends of Phil Danby nee Dwyer UK & Blennerville, Willie Seeler Stacks Villas, Zeph Dorrington UK & Church St, Tralee.

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