St Pats GAA Club News

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Club Lotto

There was no winner of our Club Lotto Jackpot of €2500 in Sunday night last. The numbers drawn were 05,11,20 & 26.

The five €30 euro consolation prizes went to:

1.  Michael Gallagher Lohercannon

2.      Susan Dennehy Cloghers

3.      Eileen Sayers Annagh

4.      Harry Poff Curraheen

5.      Janette Murphy Camp

Next week’s lotto will have a jackpot of €2600 and the draw will take place on Sunday night 25/06/2023 at 9:00 PM in Skelper Quanes Bar 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’Shea Shop and Service Station Blennerville

Poff Motors Dingle Road

Seamus O’Sullivan Master Butchers Manor

Noyeks Mile Height


Skelper Quanes

Keane’s Of Curraheen

Betty’s Bar

The Rock Inn

Many Thanks to all who contribute to our weekly club Lotto. The club cannot emphasize 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 club’s future viability. Please have your Lotto entries in by 7pm, every Sunday evening.

Juvenile Academy

Unfortunately, with Sundays forecast Juvenile Academy was cancelled for safety reasons and some fixtures for the younger kids were postponed! Hopefully all the families got to enjoy the morning off and Father’s Day instead! See ye all next week and keep up the practice until then.


Due to the risk of thunder showers Under 5 training was cancelled this week. Kids were encouraged to practice throwing and catching games at home instead. See you next week.


St. Pats under 9s took part in a very enjoyable blitz in Ardfert on Sunday morning. They played five games in total against teams from Ardfert, Na Gaeil and Churchill. The boys displayed great skill and teamwork. Well done to all players and thanks to parents for travelling. Thank you to Ardfert for hosting.


A trip to Beale (Ballybunion) on Thursday, was our last away game in this phase of the County League Go Games. A decent turnout of U11s took to the sandy pitch and, in the beautiful sunshine, put together some great football. Both games were hotly contested, and the boys had to dig deep and really play for each other.

Some tired boys really enjoyed the ice pops after the games. Well done to all the boys who travelled and the parents who provided excellent support. We have a challenge match away to Ballymac on Monday evening and a home game against Duagh on Thursday.

U12 Girls

The U12 Girls were away to Inbhear Sceine Gaels B last Thursday. It was a long trip to Kenmare on a sun-soaked evening, but the availability of the bus made the trip a memorable one for all the girls with plenty of sing songs to pass the time.

The game was a tough one with the girls succeeding in extra time. As always, we were very proud of all the girls and the songs got louder on the journey back to St. Pats!

Training continues Monday evening from 5.30pm to 6.30pm. We play round 2 of the county league away to Duagh next Thursday at 7pm.


Our U13’s trained on Tuesday and Thursday last in great spirits after the victory on the previous Sunday. We worked on small, sided activities which included attacking and defending and the lads have really improved since the beginning of the year. We have one outstanding game from the Tralee/St Brendan’s League.

This should be fixed in the coming days and parents will be notified of same once confirmed. Finally, we wish all our players representing their districts in the County Athletics Community Games championships which take place this coming Saturday and Sunday in Castleisland.

U14 Girls

Training continues Monday evening from 5.30pm to 6.30pm. Will be in touch during the week with details of our next match as soon as we receive fixtures.


Our 15 team are putting in a good block of training and playing challenge games in anticipation of the central league which starts on Wednesday 28th June.

Training continues Monday, Wednesday, and Friday this week.


This Round 10 game which was a must win for us proved to be heart stopping from beginning to end.

With four unanswered points Kieran Hurley, Fergal O Brien each got their own point and Eoin Greaney added two more of his own points. St Senan’s got their first score in the form of a point, Eoin Greaney took possession of the ball to add another point again.

St Senan’s got four unanswered points and a quick goal, with St Senan’s ahead by a goal we needed to push ourselves to close the gap which had happened. With David O Callaghan getting three points, Fergal O Brien another point and Eoin Greaney adding a superb goal it pushed us into the lead before half time.

St Senan’s got one more point before this half ended. St Pats 1-09 St Senan’s 1-05

The second half began with a point from Shane Jordan, St Senan’s put three more points on the board to go two points behind.

Fergal O Brien kept our scoring going with a point, St Senan’s quickly added two more points. With only a point between the teams, Kieran Hurley provided a much-needed point to keep the game in our favour.

Two more points added by St Senan’s, with intensity increasing between the sides and the game turning into a point for point game. Fergal O Brien again got another point but was answered with a quick response of a point by St Senan’s, with time running down and the crowd holding their breath on both sides.

Kieran Hurley and Shane Jordan added a point each to allow breathing space, St Senan’s replied with a point which brought the game to a point between, the clock counting down kept both sides fighting till the final whistle blew. St Pats 1-15 St Senan’s 1-14

St Pats Team:  Paudie Bailey, Dylan Griffin, Niall McCarthy, Conor Moore, Tommy Lynch, Cillian O Riordan, Brian Murphy, Liam Poff, Shane Jordan, David O Callaghan, Brendan Poff, Gary Savage, Eoin Greaney, Kieran Hurley, and Fergal O Brien.

Subs Used:  Cormac Lynch for Dylan Griffin


To Kerry Ladies who defeat Dublin last Saturday in Group 3 Round 1 of All Ireland Senior Championship.

To Kerry who defeated Louth last Sunday in the GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Round 3.


The club would like to extend its sympathy to the families and friends of Eileen Fitzgerald Boherbue and Angela Moriarty Strand Street.

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