St Pats GAA Club News

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Dingle Way Challenge 

“The Dingle Way Challenge” makes a welcome return on Sunday 5th June.

Early Bird Registration has now passed. The good news you can still register to take part.

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 on page or on the club website

Club Lotto 

There was no winner of our Club Lotto Jackpot of €4700 on Sunday night last. The numbers drawn were 04, 07, 19 & 28.  The five €30 consolation prizes went to:

Janette Murphy Killelton
Stacey Enright c/o Rock Inn
Jack O Halloran c/o Mono
Geraldine Scanlon Online
Anne & Johnny c/o Bettys Bar
Next week’s Lotto will have a Jackpot of €4800 and the draw will take place on Sunday night 08/05/2022 at 9-15PM. Club lotto can be played online through the club, 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.



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.

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.

Juvenile Academy 


Well done to all our U5’s who were at training Sunday morning. Great to see such big numbers turning up and welcome to all our new members.

Great work and participation from all during our drills and games.

A big congratulations to our Star Player of the Week ‘Molly’.

U8 Girls 

The rain stayed away for a fun session on the grass Sunday morning. Lots of running games with ball skills using evasion, tackling and lateral movement.

The practice at home is showing and the confidence on the ball is growing particularly in our senior section. We’re working match preparation ahead of upcoming mixed ‘Go Games’ on Monday 9th May & girl’s only games to be scheduled intermittently throughout the summer season.

Very well done to Olivia Lynch today whose skills and confidence are really improving every week. She earned the player of the week trophy for her efforts!

U10 Girls 

U10 Girls trained today Sunday morning 1st of May at St. Pats pitch. 12 girls played fun games coached by Kieran, Labhraidh and Nigel.

They worked on their hand passing playing hand pass touchdown to start, worked on their solos & defending in a new drill and finished with a match.  Well done to Ria Hogan who won player of the week.

Practicing all week at home and only her second training session today Ria impressed the coaches and scored an incredible goal from distance looping in over the keeper. Well done Ria and everyone keep up the good work and keep up the practice at home. See you all next week.


We had another great evening of U11 Go Games last Thursday in Blennerville where we hosted Dingle. We were down a few players through holidays and bereavement but the lads who played were fantastic and gave it their all.

Training continued on Sunday morning with loads of small sided fun games. We have a busy schedule next week where we travel to Finuge on Thursday night and to An Ghaeltacht on Monday May 9th to finish off Phase One of the County Go Games. Meeting times for both games to be confirmed on the WhatsApp group later in the week.

U12 Girls 

Well done to all the girls for putting in a great training session this morning but an extra special well done to Sarah Greaney for winning player of the week.

We couldn’t but give Sarah footballer of the week as she worked tirelessly throughout the session and had her scoring boots on today kicking numerous scores.

U13 Boys  

Not having a game last Sunday proved beneficial as we were able to arrange a training session on Sunday morning. The Sunday session meant that more of our panel were available to train. Well done to Jack and Fionn for getting in from Ballyheigue for the session.

Our Under 13’s are playing in their County League at home Sunday the 8th May against Castlegregory at 6pm.

U17 Central Region 

The Central Region sponsored by Kellihers’s Toyota Tralee begins the 2nd of May at 7pm. St Pat’s/Kerins O Rahillys play Annascaul/Lispole/Dingle in Round 1 in Blennerville.


St Pats were out against Brosna in their Round 5 of the Credit Union County League last Sunday. Brosna started the half with two points. Brendan Poff replied with two points of his own. Brosna scored yet another point, David O Callaghan scored a point to keep St Pats with Brosna.

Brosna scored two more points, it was up to St Pats to push ahead and get scores before the whistle blew Fergal O Brien and Liam O Sullivan obliged to gives us a point each. The score line stood at half time St Pats 0-05 to Brosna 0-05.

The second half was tough going with a lot of bumps happening. Brosna began the scoring with two points one after another. Luke Mulligan added a point for our side and Kieran Hurley adding his point soon after.

Brosna were the ones who scored from now on with four points. St Pats make sure to mark Brosna and keep on top of them. Everyone for St Pats played their best match and did their best to score to bring it back but unfortunately it wasn’t to be and the score line finished St Pats 0-07 to Brosna 0-11.

St Pats B are playing in their Development League Round 3 against Clounmacon at 2pm in Clounmacon on 8th of May.


To Kevin Boyle who climbed Lobuche Peak on Saturday as part of his 3 Peaks and Khumbu Region Fundraiser.

To Keelin Enright who was part of the Kerry Ladies Minor Team who defeated Waterford in the Minor Championship Munster B Final in Mallow on last Sunday.

To the Kids of Derryquay National School who received their First Holy Communion last Saturday.


The club would like to extend its sympathy to the families and friends of Con Flynn Curraheen and Joe Hanley St Brendan’s Park.

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