CLUB NOTES

Dec 21 2020

Two big Lotto winners this week in Miceal Beatty and Con Hanlon who shared the €10,000 jackpot and won €5,000 each.  The numbers in that first draw were 11, 15, 22 and 23.

The numbers in the second draw were 2, 3, 10 and 19.  Two Match 3 winners with Aoife Kelly and Maureen Higgins who won €100 each.

One jackpot of  €3,800 to play for next week.  Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, Manor Hair Studio, and SuperValu.  Tickets also available on-line at: https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=1483&PC=0&RP=#Anchor

Closing date for entries is Saturday 26 December at 6pm.  The draw will be live-streamed on Sunday afternoon at 1pm on our FaceBook page.  Thanks everyone for your continued support.

 

Our annual Paul Hegarty Memorial Charity match which normally takes place over Christmas has been deferred to the new year.

 

Thanks to South Dublin County Council for undertaking repair work to the pitches.  Teams are asked not to use the clubhouse pitch or the repaired goalmouths for the next few weeks.

Thanks again to all our sponsors – Moriarty’s SuperValu, Palmerstown House, Manor Hair Studio, Haven Pharmacy, Palmerstown Credit Union, Doorfix and Intel.

Dec 14 2020

One Match 3 winner in our Lotto – Philippa Lincoln who won €200.  The numbers in the first draw were 10, 21, 28 and 20; and in the second 2, 4, 6 and 16.  Two Jackpots again this weekend for €10,000 and €3,600, one ticket enters both draws.  Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, and SuperValu.  Tickets also available on-line at: https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=1483&PC=0&RP=#Anchor

Closing date for entries is Saturday 19 December at 6pm.  The draw will be live-streamed on Sunday afternoon at 1pm on our FaceBook page.  Thanks everyone for your continued support.

A date for your diaries next year.  Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 10 February, 2021.  Formal notification will issue to members in the new year.

On behalf of the club, our sympathies are extended to the Parker family on the death of Aisling’s father, Eugene (Owen) McQuaid.  May he rest in peace.

Teams are asked not to use the clubhouse pitch on Saturday and Sunday from now on.  

 

Thanks again to all our sponsors – Moriarty’s SuperValu, Palmerstown House, Manor Hair Studio, Haven Pharmacy, Palmerstown Credit Union, Doorfix and Intel.

Nov 23 2020

St Patrick’s GAA are hosting a Virtual Youth Talent Show this Saturday 5th December to enable our younger members, family and friends to showcase their talents.  More details on Saturday’s show will follow during the week.

Jim Kelly will be placing further orders for club gear in January.  No more will be taken before Christmas.  For further information, contact Jim at <email>

Two Match 3 winners in our Lotto – Frank Lambe and Alan Mullins who won €100 each.  The numbers in the first draw were 11, 15, 21 and 24; and in the second 7, 14, 18 and 25.  Two Jackpots again this weekend for €10,000 and €3,200, one ticket enters both draws.  Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, and SuperValu.  Tickets also available on-line at: https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=1483&PC=0&RP=#Anchor

Closing date for entries is Saturday 5th December at 6pm.  The draw will be live-streamed on Sunday afternoon at 1pm on our FaceBook page.  Thanks everyone for your continued support.

Teams are asked not to use the clubhouse pitch on Saturday and Sunday from now on.  The pitch is the worse for wear, and needs a rest.  Please use the other pitches instead.

Thanks to James Brennan and Conor for their help in tidying up the all-weather on Saturday morning.  Thanks also to Seán Treacy.  The Club would ask everyone to bring their litter home with them after training or matches, and generally to keep the place tidy.

 

Any teams not using the all-weather pitch, please let John Glennon know.  Those slots will be re-allocated to other teams in need of them.  All-weather arrangements for the new year will be reviewed shortly.

Thanks again to all our sponsors – Moriarty’s SuperValu, Palmerstown House, Manor Hair Studio, Haven Pharmacy, Palmerstown Credit Union, Doorfix and Intel.  Some will be re-opening this week, and we wish them all the very best and trust you will continue to support them.

One Match 3 winner in our Lotto - Eimear Crowther who won €200.  The numbers in the first draw were 12, 17, 26 and 27; and in the second 4, 9, 23 and 30.  Two Jackpots again this weekend for €10,000 and €3,000, one ticket enters both draws.  Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, and SuperValu.  Tickets also available on-line at: https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=1483&PC=0&RP=#Anchor

Closing date for entries is Saturday 28th November at 6pm.  The draw will be live-streamed on Sunday afternoon at 1pm on our FaceBook page.  Thanks everyone for your continued support.

 

Congratulations yet again to Dublin on winning the Leinster championship for the tenth year in a row at the weekend, and to Stephen Cluxton on winning his sixteenth provincial medal.  Well done also to Tipperary and Cavan, we have a number of members from both counties.

Congratulations to Chris Mooney and his team on refereeing the Christy Ring Final on Sunday.

Teams are asked not to use the clubhouse pitch on Saturday and Sunday from now on.  The pitch is the worse for wear, and needs a rest.  Please use the other pitches instead.

Any teams not using the all-weather pitch, please let John Glennon know.  Those slots will be re-allocated to other teams in need of them.  All-weather arrangements for the new year will be reviewed shortly.

Thanks again to all our sponsors – Moriarty’s SuperValu, Palmerstown House, Manor Hair Studio, Haven Pharmacy, Palmerstown Credit Union, Doorfix and Intel. 

Nov 23 2020

St Patrick’s GAA are hosting a Virtual Youth Talent Show on Saturday 5th December to enable our younger members, family and friends to showcase their talents.  Closing date for entries is next Sunday 29th November.

The annual mass for deceased members will be held on Saturday evening 28th November at 6pm in St Philomena’s Church.  The mass can be accessed via web-cam at   http://www.palmerstownparish.com/node/238#

Our sympathies to the family of Kathleen McPoland, formerly of the Dublin County Board, who passed away at the weekend.  May she rest in peace.

Nov 17 2020

St Patrick’s GAA club are hosting a Virtual Youth Talent Show on Saturday 5th December to enable our young members, family and friends to showcase their talents.  Further details will follow shortly on how to create and submit a video of your performance which can be anything from GAA and Hurling skills to music, dance, comedy or acting.

Two Match 3 winners in our Lotto this week – Elaine Sweeney x2 and Pat McDermott who share €200.  The numbers in the first draw were 2, 13, 14 and 15; and in the second 9, 15, 18 and 22.

Two jackpots again this weekend for €10,000 and €2,800, one ticket enters both draws.  Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, and SuperValu.  Tickets also available on-line at: https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=1483&PC=0&RP=#Anchor

Closing date for entries is Saturday 21 November at 6pm.  The draw will be live-streamed on Sunday afternoon at 1pm on our FaceBook page.  Thanks everyone for your continued support.

The Club asks people not to dump bags beside the clothes banks.  The Banks are full and we hope they will be emptied in the coming days.  As is happening at the moment, there is no point leaving bags beside the banks for their contents to be scattered all over the car-park.

 

Thanks again to all our sponsors – Moriarty’s SuperValu, Palmerstown House, Manor Hair Studio, Haven Pharmacy, Palmerstown Credit Union, Doorfix and Intel. 

Nov 11 2020

One Match 3 winner in our Lotto this week – Denis Minihane who won €200.  The numbers in the first draw were 6, 16, 25 and 28; and in the second 10, 17, 28 and 29.

Two jackpots again this week for €10,000 and €2,600, one ticket enters both draws.  Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, and SuperValu.  Tickets also available on-line at: https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=1483&PC=0&RP=#Anchor

Closing date for entries is Saturday 14 November at 6pm.  The draw will be live-streamed on Sunday afternoon at 1pm on our FaceBook page.  Thanks everyone for your continued support.

A reminder again that training is on a non-contact basis for school-aged children only and in maximum pods of up to 15.  No congregating of parents or children at any of the entrances or exits either into the grounds or on the all-weather pitch.  A Covid supervisor must be present at all times and social distancing to be observed including the wearing of face-masks.

Health Questionnaires must be completed.  Hands and equipment must be sanitised.  Everyone’s full co-operation is expected.

The Executive Committee has decided to defer holding this year’s Annual General Meeting until early next year due to the current difficulties with Covid restrictions and organising meetings.  The existing committee will continue their roles in the meantime. 

Thanks again to all our sponsors – Moriarty’s SuperValu, Palmerstown House, Manor Hair Studio, Haven Pharmacy, Palmerstown Credit Union, Doorfix and Intel.  

Nov 2 2020

Thanks to everyone who supported our Club Lotto at the weekend.  Still no jackpot winner.  Four Match 3 winners – Mary Gore x2, Eimear Graham amd Gillian Butler who won €50 each.  The numbers in the first draw were 4, 9, 24 and 25; and in the second 13, 18, 21 and 30.

Two jackpots of €10,000 and €2,400 next weekend, one ticket enters both draws.  Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, and SuperValu.  Tickets also available on-line at:  https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=1483&PC=0&RP=#Anchor

Closing date for entries is Saturday 7 November at 6pm.  The draw will be live-streamed on Sunday afternoon at 1pm on our FaceBook page.

A reminder again to all under-age teams training this week and for the foreseeable future.  Training is on a non-contact basis for school-aged children only and in maximum pods of up to 15.  No congregating of parents or children at any of the entrances or exits either into the grounds or on the all-weather pitch.  A Covid supervisor must be present at all times and social distancing to be observed including the wearing of face-masks.

Health Questionnaires must be completed.  Hands and equipment must be sanitised.  Everyone’s full co-operation is expected.

 

Thanks again to all our sponsors – Moriarty’s SuperValu, Palmerstown House, Manor Hair Studio, Haven Pharmacy, Palmerstown Credit Union, Doorfix and Intel.  

Oct 26 2020

Under-age Training
Under-age training continues each week in line with Covid restrictions and GAA guidelines.  Training is on a non-contact basis and in maximum pods of up to 15.  Guidelines include:

 

  • Only teams from minor level down are permitted to train.

  • Each team must have a Covid Supervisor in attendance at training.

  • The Clubhouse is closed.  No Access to indoor facilities other than the toilet.

  • Players, Mentors and parents who are collecting players must complete the Health Questionnaire before attending every training session.

  • Sanitising of hands and equipment must be done before and after training.

  • Players cannot share water bottles.

  • Only 1 parent or guardian per child can attend for child protection purposes.

  • No congregating of parents at entrance/exits to the club grounds and/or all weather pitch.

  • Parents in attendance should follow all Government guidelines, social distance, and wear face-masks.


It is everyone's responsibility to make this work and ensure a safe environment for everyone. 

Lotto
Thanks to everyone who supported our Club Lotto at the weekend.  Still no jackpot winner.  One Match 3 winner – S Robinson who won €200.  The numbers drawn in the first draw were 1, 8, 15 and 19: and in the second 3, 11, 18 and 19.  

Two jackpots of €10,000 and €2,200 next weekend.  Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, and SuperValu.  Tickets also available on-line at: https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=1483&PC=0&RP=#Anchor

Closing date for entries is Saturday 31 October at 6pm.  The draw will be live-streamed on Sunday afternoon at the earlier time of 1pm on our FaceBook page.

Sponsors
A mention for our sponsors who continue to help supporting the club in so many ways – Haven Pharmacy, Palmerstown Credit Union, Palmerstown House, SuperValu, Manor Hair Studio, Doorfix, Intel, and local business generally.  It is much appreciated.  

Thanks also to Jessica and Hibernian Law Solicitors for the kind donation of €220 to the Club.

Membership
A final reminder for those who have not paid club membership for this year.  Payment must be made by 31 October, 2020, and can be paid on-line at: https://member.clubforce.com/memberships_cart_m.asp?LL_ID=1483&intMF_ID=5688#Anchor

Oct 19 2020

 

Club Lotto

Thanks to everyone who supported our Club Lotto this weekend. We had one Match 3 winner – Barra Ó Hanluain who won €200. The numbers drawn in the first draw were 2, 3, 18 and 24; and in the second 5, 15, 16 and 27.

 

Two jackpots of €10,000 and €2,000 next weekend. Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, SuperValu, and Manor Hair Studio. Tickets also available on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie

 

Closing date for entries is Saturday 24 October at 6pm. The draw will be live-streamed again on Sunday evening at 6pm on our FaceBook page.

 

Palmerstown Credit Union

Thanks to the Palmerstown Credit Union for their substantial funding grant to the club. It is much appreciated particularly in these difficult times.

 

Club Development

The Club has received formal grant approval from the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport for refurbishment and electrical works in the Clubhouse. This includes a full re-paint of the Clubhouse, refurbishment of the dressing-room showers, an external toilet, external storage, remodelling of the large open plan area within the facility, and equipment for a small gym.

 

The Development Committee is presently engaging with the contractors to agree a start date for the refurbishment in the next few weeks. Arrangements will be confirmed shortly.

 

Club Membership

The due date for payment of club membership is 31 October, 2020, and can be paid on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie There are a number of people who have yet to renew for this year. Now is your final opportunity to do so.

 

Club Gear

A reminder from Jim Kelly that he is finalising an order for juvenile gear this Friday, 23 October. If teams are not ordering directly, parents can get in touch with Jim directly on <email>.

 

Thanks to Noel McCluskey who recently sourced facemasks in the club colours and to Denise Mullins for promoting them to the teams. The masks purchased raised €350 for the club and act as a great part of our uniform in the community. Thanks also to Gary Sliney who has made available a great range of headgear, again in club colours and which is proving very popular with members.

 

Child Safeguarding

We would ask everyone involved with teams to please read the attached note from our Children’s Officer, Martina Galvin, on e-vetting and safeguarding. All persons coaching or assisting with teams or involved with underage players must have a valid Garda E-Vetting and Safeguarding 1 certificate. Martina will be following up in the coming weeks.

 

Club Sponsors

A word of thanks to all our sponsors who continue to help supporting the club in so many ways – Haven Pharmacy, Palmerstown Credit Union, Palmerstown House, SuperValu, Manor Hair Studio, Doorfix, Intel, and local business generally. It is much appreciated, and we ask you to support them in turn.

Oct 12 2020

 

Thanks to everyone who supported our Club Lotto this weekend. We had one Match 3 winner – Joan Kennedy who won €200.

 

The numbers drawn in the first draw were 3, 7, 18, and 25; and in the second 2, 11, 29 and 30.

 

Two jackpots to play for again next weekend - €10,000 and €1,800. Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, SuperValu, and Manor Hair Studio. Tickets also available on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie

 

Closing date for entries is Saturday 17 October at 6pm. The draw will be live-streamed again on Sunday evening at 6pm on our FaceBook page.

 

A reminder that the GAA has extended the due date for payment of club membership to 31 October, 2020. Membership can be paid on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie We would ask those who have not renewed to date to please do so as soon as possible.

 

Jim Kelly is now putting together an order for juvenile club gear with the intention of having it finalised by Friday week, 23 October. A message from Jim has gone out to all juvenile team mentors and parents may wish to discuss with them. If teams are not ordering gear directly, parents can also get in touch with Jim directly.

Oct 5 2020

Thanks to everyone who supported our weekly Club Lotto which resumed at the weekend. A special words of thanks to our tickets sellers and those who put the work into getting it back up and running again.

 

No Jackpot winner this time. We did however have four Lucky Dip winners who won €50 each – Eileen Maguire, Jim Kelly, Annette O’Connor and Phyliss Crehan.

 

Two jackpots to play for next weekend - €10,000 and €1,600. Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, SuperValu, and Manor Hair Studio. Tickets also available on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie

 

Closing date for entries is Saturday 10 October at 6pm. The draw will be live-streamed again on Sunday evening at 6pm.

 

Finally, the GAA has extended the due date for payment of club membership to 31 October, 2020. It would be appreciated if those who have not paid their membership for this year could now do so. Memberships can be paid on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie

Sept 28 2020

Congratulations to our senior camógie team on winning their final on Sunday with a well deserved win over Naomh Fionnbarra. Well done to the players and management who have put in a great effort this year.

Not much else happening on the playing field at the moment due to restrictions. Hopefully, activity will resume within the next week or two depending on what Government decides. In the meantime, training continues on a non-contact basis.

 

Our senior boys academy is now up and running. They have 18 boys at the moment all born in 2014, and train at the Clubhouse on Saturday morning at 10am, and again from 6 to 7pm on Tuesdays. New members always welcome.

 

The rota for using the All Weather pitch has been circulated with some time slots still available. Please contact John Glennon on 087 6474992 for further information.

 

Our weekly Club Lotto resumes with two Jackpot draws on Sunday next, 4th October. The draw will be live-streamed on our Facebook page at 6pm.

 

Two jackpots to play for at €10,000 and €1,400. Tickets available from our usual ticket sellers, SuperValu, and Manor Hair Studios.

 

Tickets also available on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie

 

We ask everyone to support this vital fundraiser for our club.

Sept 21 20220

 

Well done to our senior camógie team who won their semi-final on Sunday morning. They will now play Naomh Fionnbarra in the final which is set for next weekend. We wish them every success.

 

All juvenile fixtures were postponed at the weekend following the Government decision to move to Level 3. It is hoped that games can resume again in 3 weeks time.

 

In the meantime, under-age training is continuing on a non-contact basis in pods of up 15.

 

Managers, parents, and players are asked to observe social distancing arrangements at all times within Glenaulin Park and the surrounds of the Clubhouse. In particular, we would ask people not to congregate on the footpaths or at the entrance to the Park.

 

We would also remind parents that children can only be accompanied at training by one parent or guardian. Return to Play forms must be completed by all players, and any parents or guardians accompanying them.

 

It is great to see children training particularly in current times but it is very important to remember that they play with their own age group. This is a longstanding club policy which aims to ensure that all children play in teams according to their age.

 

The rota for using the All Weather pitch will be circulated in the next few days. Mentors should contact John Glennon on 087 6474992 with any requests for use.

 

Preparations are under way to re-start our weekly Club Lotto on Sunday 4h October. Two jackpots to play for at €10,000 and €1,400. Our hope is that everyone in the club and beyond will support the Lotto which is one of our main fundraisers and helps to keep all our activities going. More information will follow soon.

Sept 14 2020

Preparations are well under way to have our weekly Club Lotto up and running again. Our intention is to attract more support with its re-launch. It is our most important fundraiser providing a vital stream of income to keep activities going. A date for its-re-launch with a €10,000 Jackpot draw will be confirmed shortly.

 

On to playing matters. Unfortunately, it wasn’t to be for our senior footballers who went down to a stronger Naomh Barróg in the intermediate championship semi-final on Saturday evening. The game took place behind closed doors with no spectators allowed. Our thanks to Naomh Barróg for helping us arrange a live-stream and match commentary. We wish them well in the Final.

Several juvenile matches on over the weekend. Well done to the U12 hurlers in their matches. Likewise the U8, U11, U13 girls and U16 girls who played a range of football and camogie games.

 

Match fixtures will be posted on our FaceBook page during the week. New players are always welcome. Team contact details are published on our website.

 

John Glennon is currently working on the rota for using the All Weather pitch. Mentors should contact John with any requests for use.

 

Finally, a reminder to everyone – managers, parents, players and supporters – to observe social distancing arrangements at all times within Glenaulin Park and the surrounds of the Clubhouse. In particular, we would ask people not to congregate at the entrance to the Park. Important for everyone to keep their distance and stay safe.

Sept 7 2020

Club Development

Good news this week on the Club development front with confirmation of formal grant approval from the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport. Funding is now finally allocated for refurbishment and electrical works in the Clubhouse. This includes a full re-paint of the Clubhouse, refurbishment of the dressing-room showers, an external toilet, external storage, remodelling of the large open plan area within the facility, and equipment for a small gym.

 

Work is expected to commence in the next few weeks. Our thanks to the Development Committee and everyone involved in helping the Club get to this stage.

 

Lotto

We are hoping to have the weekly Club Lotto up and running again in the next two or three weeks. It is our main fundraiser though it has been suspended since March. There is considerable interest already, and with on-line options available, our hope is to attract more support with its re-launch.

 

Intermediate Championship Semi-Final

This is a big week for our senior footballers who take on Naomh Barróg in the semi-finals of the intermediate championship on Saturday evening. Unfortunately, the game takes place behind closed doors due to Government restrictions. No spectators are allowed.

 

We wish the team well and will do our best to have someone within the ground to keep us updated with the score.

Weekend’s Results

Hard luck to our junior hurlers who went down on Sunday to a stronger Castleknock side. Our minor footballers put in a strong performance to compete well against table-toppers Round Towers of Lusk.

 

Several juvenile fixtures over the weekend. The U14 Girls were in hard luck going down to a stronger Stars of Erin on Friday night. The U13 Girls played very well in their two games of football and camógie. Well done to our U12 Boys who played some great football in their two games, lots of hope for the future with excellent performances all round. Similarly, our 13 hurlers put in a great display away to Oliver Plunketts with some brilliant hurling to take the win.

 

Match fixtures will be posted on our FaceBook page during the week. New players are always welcome. Team contact details are published on our website.

 

All Weather Pitch Rota

John Glennon is currently working on the rota for using the All Weather pitch. Mentors should contact John with any requests for use.

August 31 2020

Well done to the intermediate footballers who had a great win over Clanna Gael on Saturday. They are now through to the semi-finals of the intermediate championship.

 

Our U14 boys and girls Féile teams put in strong performances over the weekend. Great skill and commitment with lots of fun, enjoyment and a little heartache too. Well done to everyone, their managers who put a huge effort in over the last weeks, and most of all the players who can be very proud of their effort.

Our senior camogie team had a good win over Na Fianna. The minor hurlers were unfortunate to go down narrowly away to Lucan Sarsfields. They play Lucan again on Tuesday evening, this time in a football challenge.

 

Several juvenile fixtures over the weekend. The U16 camogie players played a strong Clontarf side on Saturday. The U12 boys beat St Judes in hurling, while the U8 girls had two great football matches in a sunny Glenaulin on Sunday morning.

 

Next weekend’s fixtures will be posted on our FaceBook page during the week.

 

New players are always welcome. Team contact details are published on our website.

 

Finally, we wish all our players well on their return to school this week. Likewise, their parents, teachers and school staff in the coming weeks.

August 25 2020

Well done to our senior camogie team on a well-deserved championship win over Naomh Fionnbarra last week. They next play Na Fianna on Thursday evening.

Our minor footballers drew away to Man O War on Sunday morning in a hard fought game. A much improved performance all round however with plenty of commitment and passion. The minor hurlers play Lucan Sarsfields at home on Sunday morning.

Our junior hurlers were unfortunate to go down to Fingallians.

 

This weekend sees our intermediate footballers play Clanna Gael Fontenoy away in the championship quarter-final. Unfortunately, the match is being played behind closed doors with attendance limited to essential personnel only. No more than 40 persons per team are allowed access to games for the moment. This figure to include all players, management, coaches, ancillary backroom personnel and officials.

 

This weekend also sees the commencement of the U14 Boys Féile competition. The format is different this year with games played on a weekly basis. Wishing the team management and players all the very best, and hopefully they will enjoy the experience as so many have before.

 

A number of other juvenile fixtures are also taking place at the weekend, and training continues for all teams. Details of fixtures will be posted on our FaceBook page during the week.

 

Finally, a general reminder to all teams, parents and guardians to continue using the hand sanitisation provided, and to complete the GAA return to play forms each time before training or playing matches. Important that we continue to adhere to social distancing and public health guidance at all times.

July 28 2020

 

Thank you everyone for renewing your membership for this year. A gentle reminder to any still outstanding to please do so as soon as possible at: https://www.stpatricksgaa.ie/online-memberships

Last weekend saw our intermediate footballers in action for the first time with a solid championship win over St Finian’s. Our minor hurlers played Cuala away and, despite missing players, put up a good performance against one of the stronger teams in their group.

 

Several championship matches again this week and at the weekend in football and hurling. Our camogie players are also in action. Details of all fixtures will be posted during the week.

 

A gentle reminder to all teams whether training or playing games to continue using the sanitising equipment provided and to ensure the health declaration forms are completed in advance. Please wear face masks where possible.

 

Most of our teams are now back training. If anyone would like to join a team, see our website for contact information www.stpatricksgaa.ie

 

Finally, congratulations from everyone in the club to Dave and Edain O’Hanlon on the birth of their son, Lachlan, during the week. Best wishes to all.

July 20 2020

This weekend saw a welcome return to championship action with our intermediate hurlers taking on Naomh Olafs on Saturday evening. While the result did not go our way, it was nonetheless a performance which suggests plenty of hope for the future. Their next match is at home to Erins Isle onWednesday evening at 7.30pm.

Sunday saw our minor footballers take on Fingallians. Plenty of good performances all round with the result very much in St Pats’ favour throughout.

Our junior hurlers had a six point win over Civil Service.

Our senior camogie team play their first game away to Crumlin on Thursday evening.

 

Next weekend sees our intermediate footballers play St Finian’s at home on Saturday evening at 6.30pm. Our minor hurlers are away to Cuala on Sunday morning, and later that afternoon the junior footballers take on Round Towers.

Details of all fixtures will be posted during the week.

Again, a gentle reminder to all teams whether training or playing games to continue using the sanitising equipment provided and to ensure the health declaration forms are completed in advance.

Finally, if not already done, we would ask all members to renew their membership online as soon as possible. Our thanks to those who have done so. The link is to be found here:

https://www.stpatricksgaa.ie/online-memberships

July 6 2020

The majority of our teams have now returned to training. A number including the senior hurling and minor football teams played challenge matches in the last few days.

All teams are reminded to continue adhering to GAA and public health guidelines and social distancing arrangement. Teams are also asked to ensure they adhere to the pitch timetable and train only at their designated time and location.

Covid Supervisors have been appointed by each team, and sanitising equipment is available. Players, or parents and guardians on behalf of juvenile players, are also reminded to re-confirm their health status online every time before they play.

 

Adult football and hurling fixtures have been confirmed for the next few weeks, and details will be available ahead of match days in due course.

 

A big thank you to all those who renewed their membership during the week. Club Membership must be up to date before any player returns to play. Without this registration in place there is no insurance cover in place.

 

We would ask everyone to ensure their membership is registered soon as possible. This can be done here at:

 

https://www.stpatricksgaa.ie/online-memberships

June 29 2020

Return to Training

 

Last week saw the long awaited return to training beginning with our senior football and camogie teams on Thursday evening, followed by our minor footballers on Sunday morning.

 

All teams are adhering to GAA and public health guidelines and social distancing arrangements are in place. The Club is providing a weekly timetable with each team allocated a designated pitch to train on. All teams are asked to adhere to the timetable and train only at their designated time and location.

 

Covid Supervisors have been appointed and will be in attendance at training sessions. This is is being co-ordinated by Matt Walshe who has kindly agreed to take on the role of Co-Ordinator. Hand sanitisers and PPE equipment have been provided, and will be available to all teams.

 

Our thanks to Justin Looby and Haven Pharmacy for sponsoring the supply of sanitising equipment. Our thanks also to Padraig O’Dowd who supplied the Covid signage.

 

Juvenile teams – return to training

 

This week will see the return of many of our juvenile teams to action. Team mentors will be in touch with parents on times and arrangements.

 

In preparation for return to play for underage players, there are a number of important items that parents must ensure are in place before their children can return to training.

 

1. Covid e-learning module (https://courses.gaa.ie/Covid19ClubEd/#/). 

 

A parent of each underage child must complete this eLearning module should explain its content to their child and must provide a screenshot or printout of the completion certificate to the Covid Supervisor for the relevant team before their child can be allowed to train.  

 

2. Health questionnaire (See Userguide here: https://learning.gaa.ie/sites/default/files/Gaelic%20Games_Health%20Questionnaire_User%20Guide_22.06.2020.pdf)

 

A parent of each underage player participating in Gaelic Games must complete a Health Questionnaire, answering some basic health related questions, on behalf of their child, prior to the first occasion that they return to their club. 

 

3. Parents must also re-confirm that their Health Status hasn’t changed on the day of each subsequent training session or other participation. Again this element is absolutely mandatory and the Covid Supervisor for each team will need to verify that each child's health status has been submitted and re-confirmed ahead of each training session.

 

4. Club membership

Club Membership for each child must be up to date before the child can be allowed to return to play. Without this registration in place there is no insurance cover in player for the child's participation. Please ensure that your child has been registered with the club for 2020. 

 

5. Personal Gear

Please make sure that the child brings all their own gear and equipment to training. Note that every child participating in football must bring a gum shield and for all codes of training each child must bring their own water bottle – there will be no shared water bottles made available by mentors.

 

It is essential that everyone in the club works together to ensure compliance with these guidelines.

 

Academy and Summer camps

 

Our Academy for younger players will return in September to coincide with the re-opening of schools. This will be confirmed when arrangements are finalised.

 

Unfortunately, the Club is not in a position to run summer camps this year. We know this is disappointing but the safety requirements in relation to Covid and social distancing are such that we would find it difficult, if not impossible, to cater for the numbers involved, particularly if the weather is inclement and children have to be brought indoors. There is the added though welcome complication that the refurbishment works in the clubhouse could commence in or around then.

 

As it must be, safety is our priority. However, we look forward to running these camps again and will do as soon as circumstances permit.

 

 

Gerry McDonagh,

Secretary.

 

29 June, 2020.

June 8 2020

I hope you are all well and looking forward to a welcome resumption of training and playing activity very soon.  With this in mind, please see the  GAA Press Release and Covid 19 Guidelines on a Safe Return to Gaelic Games.  I've also included a short update on our club development and some other matters.

 

Safe Return to Gaelic Games

 

The Guidelines set out a roadmap for a return to club activity in the coming months guided at all times by public health advice.  We of course have followed these guidelines from the start of this crisis, and will continue to do so.

 

The roadmap provides for all GAA pitches to open on 29th June (Phase 3).  All going well, training will recommence from then on for adult and juvenile teams, but in small groups only.  

 

In the meantime, all GAA grounds including Glenaulin remain closed, and no games, or team or small group training is permitted on GAA facilitiies.  All clubrooms and dressing room facilities remain closed.  Covid 19 protocols related to training are to be developed in line with "Return to Play" requirements and medical advice.  

 

I know we want to get back to playing activity as quickly as possible, but you will see there is much to do between now and 29 June.  This is something the club will consider in the coming days.

 

In the meantime, I suggest you read the document and familiarise yourselves with its contents.  There is much to consider for everyone connected with the club - parents, guardians, mentors, adult and juvenile players - with lots of responsibility involved.

 

Club Development

 

I am pleased to confirm that the Club has received planning permission from South Dublin County Council for the construction of a Ball Wall and associated works in Glenaulin.  Our thanks to the Development Committee who put a lot of hard work, time and effort into the preparation of the application.

 

The next step is to proceed with the internal works in the clubhouse, with a construction company appointed and waiting.   At this time, the Committee is awaiting some documents from Dublin GAA, which when received, will allow us to get a final approval on funds, and allow them to be drawn down.  Once funding is approved, a contract will be issued to the preferred contractor, and from that date, the works should be substantially complete within 3 – 4 months.  The works include a full repaint of the clubhouse, refurbishment of the dressing room showers, an external toilet, external storage, and remodelling of the large open plan area with the facility and equipment for a small gym.  

 

Other matters

 

Though we are at somewhat of a standstill on the playing front, there is still plenty going on.  Our FaceBook page contains details of some events which may interest you including a GAA Coaching webinar series, and a call to participate in Ireland's Fittest Family ! 

 

We also held an online Quiz hosted by our chairman recently with almost 40 families participating.  We'll keep you posted on further events.

May 5 2020

Thanks to everyone who took part in the Dean Rock Run Against the Sun Challenge for Stewarts Care last Friday.  Almost sixty runners from the Club took part, all adhering to strict social distancing guidelines around Covid 19.  The run was scheduled over 12 hours, with participants allocated individual time slots throughout the day. 

 

There was a phenomenal response to the fundraising effort, and you can still donate if you wish to do so by clicking on this link: 

 

https://www.gofundme.com/f/run-against-the-sun

 

A special word of thanks to Darren Kinsella for taking the photographs which are on our FaceBook page, and to Keith Maher who put a huge effort into organising the event and making sure everything went to plan.

On other matters, you will be aware of the recent Government announcement on easing the Covid restrictions and for sports, including the GAA, the possibility of a resumption of training and playing again.  The Club will be guided by the GAA in this regard, and we anticipate that guidance will issue at some point.  We will be in touch with mentors then.  

 

In the meantime, the clubhouse remains closed and all activity suspended.  Hopefully, it won't be too long but the most important thing at this time is for everyone to stay safe and continue following the guidelines.  

April 27 2020

Note From Chairman

COVID-19 pandemic

We hope you are all keeping safe and well in your homes and we send our best wishes to everybody in the local communities of Palmerstown and Chapelizod and of course to all of our Members and Ex-Members living elsewhere in Ireland and beyond. We are very thankful to those who are working so hard to keep us safe and well during these difficult times, especially the front line staff in our hospitals and care homes and all the people working in shops and supermarkets.

 

There has been a lot of coverage in the media over the last few days about our Government’s concern that some members of the public are starting to lapse in their compliance with the CV-19 regulations. Our Members are doing a great job in abiding by the restrictions to date, your efforts are working in preventing the spread of this virus and we would urge you all to continue to abide by the Public Health guidelines. We know that this is an inconvenience for everybody, but we also know that things will get back to normal in the not too distant future. We all must play our part. Keep your spirits up and we will get through this.

 

Activities suspended

As we know, all club activities are suspended until further notice and by the looks of things it could be a while. The clubhouse will be closed for the foreseeable future. The pitches and the All Weather Pitch are closed and will remain so until the restrictions are lifted.

 

Lotto

Our Club lotto remains suspended. We will hopefully be able to review the situation during the week of May 5th as there is a possibility that restrictions may be eased somewhat on that date, but any decision will be in line with the Government / HSE advice at that time. While this is a regrettable decision and will have a significant impact on the Club’s income this year, it is necessary to safeguard the health of our club officers, lotto sellers, lotto players and our many promoters. We thank all our promoters and supporters of the St. Pats Club Lotto and we look forward to your support again; hopefully in the not too distant future

 

St Pats volunteers

We got a great response to our request for volunteers to assist Moriarty’s Super Valu and those cocooned in our community with their shopping requirements. However with the introduction of additional staff, Moriarty’s are managing the current demand without our assistance, but we are keeping in touch and will reach out to those who volunteered if and when needed. We would like to thank Luke, his family and all of the team at Moriarty’s for their great work. We are getting very positive feedback from the local community and everybody cocooned at home is very appreciative of the great work that you are doing. You are making a difference so keep up the good work.

 

We also had a great response to help out with the Meals on Wheels in Palmerstown, and a number of our members are now collecting and delivering meals each day. We thank you all for this. We have been in touch too with South Dublin County Council and local representatives, and will assist further if required.

 

Juveniles

We hope that all our juvenile players are doing well are not finding the current situation too taxing. We also hope that the parents of our juveniles are not finding having the juveniles at home for so much of the day too taxing!!!

 

We’re sure everyone is missing the games and training and of course meeting all their friends within the club. We’re not so sure if you’re all missing being at school quite so much. The restrictions are having a major impact on the way we live our lives and it is important that we take care of our physical and mental well-being. So staying active during this time is crucial. We’re lucky in Palmerstown and Chapelizod that we have access to Glenaulin Park, Waterstown Park and the Phoenix Park, all on our doorsteps. However it is also an ideal opportunity to get out into the back yard or garden and improve your array of skills. Our club GPO Peter has been very active in sharing videos and skill challenges that can be done with very limited space or equipment.

 

It is important to stay positive and hopefully you will all be back playing and training in Glenaulin Park in the not too distant future.

 

Adult Teams

GAA matches are not expected to resume until July at the earliest and competitions will need to be either condensed or cancelled this year. With so much uncertainty surrounding the remainder of the season it is difficult for Adult and young Adult players to keep fit and stay motivated during these difficult times. As you all know group training sessions, even small groups, have been banned by the GAA until further notice and we would ask all of our adult players to continuing adhering to these guidelines.

 

Some of our Adult players are following individual training and running programmes set out by our adult coaches – keep up the hard work, stay in touch with your coaches and keep in contact with each other and support those among you who may be struggling or finding training on their own difficult. Your combined efforts will be rewarded when we get back playing.

 

For other Adult members, there are numerous skills and keep fit videos being posted online by among others Armoured Gym, the Dublin GAA County Board and various members of the current Dublin Squads. Mark Lacey of Insanity Fitness in Palmerstown runs 2 – 3 online keep fit classes which can be completed in the comfort of your own home, so get involved, keep your body and your mind fit!

 

Thanks

We thank you for your continued support of our endeavours and will resume our physical contact at the earliest possible juncture.

 

Paul Murphy,

Chairman.

 

27 April, 2020.

April 14 2020

Thank you to everyone who took part in our Fun Quiz on Friday evening. It was a very enjoyable event hosted by our chairman, Paul Murphy, who put in a huge effort to make sure everything ran smoothly. Our thanks to Paul for all his hard work.  

 

So far, the Quiz has raised over €800 which will go to the local St Vincent de Paul.  The target is €1,000.  If you would like to make a donation, you can still do so at:  www.gofundme.com/st-patricks-gaa-club-fun-quiz

 

A reminder that the Clubhouse, including the gym, and pitch facilities remain closed.  We would ask all members to note that no training or matches are permitted under any circumstances.  

 

Once again, St Patrick’s GAA urge all members and friends across the community to follow the HSE guidelines, and to look out for each other in the coming weeks.  We are a community club and will do what we can to assist where possible.   We have been in touch again with local representatives and a number of our members have volunteered and are helping out.  

March 9 2020

The Events Committee are delighted to announce that this November, back by public demand, St Pats will again be presenting Strictly Come Dancing. It promises to be another great night and a thoroughly enjoyable occasion for those participating.

 

The Committee would also like to highlight some additional dates to note for your diary – April 3rd Feile teams fundraiser Quiz; April 6th - 9th Easter Camps; June - club festival; and July 6th -17th Summer Camps.

 

Well done to our U8 hurlers and their mentors who played their first match away to Bray Emmets on Saturday morning. Brilliant performances all round, and our thanks to Bray for hosting our stars of the future.

 

Many of our teams were back in action at the weekend. The senior hurlers led the way with a fine win over Fingallians, while the minor footballers who were missing a few regulars put in a strong performance against O’Tooles.

 

Strong performances too from our U14 boys and girls, and a mention also for the U11 girls who travelled to Commercials for a camogie blitz.

The senior footballers are away to St Judes next Sunday in Tymon Park at 10.30 am. The juniors are away to St Finians Swords at 3pm, while the minor hurlers play Faughs at home at 11am. All fixtures will be on the website later in the week.

 

The Junior football team are recruiting players. If anyone is interested, please contact Pajo Hartnett on 087 6147950.

 

Membership for 2020 is now due, and must be paid by the end of this month. The easiest way is to pay on on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie We would ask all members to renew their membership as soon as possible.

 

Two Lotto jackpots to play for this week - €10,000 and €1,200. The numbers in the first draw were 2, 12, 15 and 26; and in the second 2, 14, 18 and 27. We had one Match 3 winner – Fergal Maher who won €200.

The jackpots next week will be €10,000 and €1,400. Both draws take place on Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm. Tickets available online, and from SuperValu, Palmerstown House, and Manor Hair Studios.

March 2 2020

Two of the clubs’ minor players are travelling to Zambia with their school later this year. Thanks to all those who supported their fundraising Quiz on Friday night. A special word of thanks to the Palmerstown House, and the many local shops and businesses for their support.

Thanks to John Glennon and all who participated in the OT walks over the last few weeks.

 

The Glenaulin pitches remain closed for the week ahead. Whilst it’s frustrating, we would ask all teams to note this. We’ve worked hard in recent years to build a relationship with the County Council and don’t want to jeopardise the hard work done by Mark Collendar and others.

 

The Events Committee are delighted to announce that this November, back by public demand, St Pats will again be presenting Strictly Come Dancing. It promises to be another great night and a thoroughly enjoyable occasion for those participating.

 

The Committee would also like to highlight some additional dates to note for your diary – April 3rd Feile teams fundraiser; April 6th - 9th Easter Camps; June - club festival; and July 6th -17th Summer Camps.

 

The Junior football team are recruiting players. If anyone is interested, please contact Pajo Hartnett on 087 6147950.

 

Our senior footballers lost out to Clanna Gael Fontenoy on Sunday morning. Next weekend, the senior hurlers play Fingallians at home in Glenaulin on Sunday morning at 10.30am. The minor footballers are away to O’Tooles at 11am.

 

Membership for 2020 is now due, and should be paid as soon as possible. The easiest way is to pay on on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie

We had two Lotto jackpots to play for this week - €10,000 and €1,000. The numbers in the first draw were 5, 14, 20, and 22; and in the second 4, 5, 11, and 25. Four match 3 winners who won €50 each – Ger Glennon, Brian O’Regan, Phyl Butler and D Fagan.

February 25 2020

The minor panel are holding a fundraising Quiz in the Palmerstown House on Friday evening (28 February) at 8.30pm. The Quiz is in support of minor players, Adam Devitt and Conor McDonagh, who are travelling to Zambia in May to work in schools and orphanages. All welcome.

 

Our senior hurlers went down to a stronger Ballyboden St Enda’s on Sunday morning. However, the lads kept going to the end and better days are ahead.

 

Next weekend, the senior footballers play Clanna Gael Fontenoy at home in Glenaulin on Sunday morning at 10.30am. The junior footballers are away to Skerries Harps at 3pm.

 

The minor hurlers play away to Round Towers Clondalkin at 11am.

 

Weather permitting, there should be a full round of juvenile fixtures next weekend. Fixture details on the website during the week.

 

Membership for 2020 is now due, and should be paid as soon as possible. The easiest way is to pay on on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie New members very welcome.

 

The Easter Camp will be on from 6 – 9 April. The Cúl Camps will be on 6 – 10 July, and 13 – 17 July. Further information will follow.

 

Operation Transformation continues on Thursday evening from the Clubhouse at 7.30 pm. This is the last evening, so a big turn-out would be welcome.

 

The numbers in the Lotto draw this week were 1, 2, 25 and 28. There was no jackpot winner. We had one match 3 winner – Gerry McDonagh who won €200.

The jackpot next week will be €10,000. There will also be a second €1,000 jackpot, one ticket is entered into both draws which take place on Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm. Tickets are available online, and from SuperValu, Palmerstown House, and Manor Hair Studios.

February 17 2020

 

Unfortunately, all matches were called off at the weekend due to the weather. Next weekend will see a full round of fixtures, adult and juvenile, weather permitting.

 

Our senior hurlers are away to Ballyboden St Enda’s on Sunday morning at 10.30am in Ballycullen. Our minor footballers play Man 0 War at home in Glenaulin Park at 11am. All support welcome.

 

Fixture details for all matches will be available on the website during the week.

 

I would ask all members to note that membership for 2020 is now due, and should be paid as soon as possible. The easiest way is to pay on on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie New members are very welcome.

 

The Easter Camp will be on from 6 – 9 April. The Cúl Camps will be on 6 – 10 July, and 13 – 17 July. Further information will follow.

 

Operation Transformation is on Thursday evening from the Clubhouse at 7.30 pm.

 

Thanks to everyone who purchased National Draw Tickets. The draw will take place on 12th March. A special word of thanks to Eileen Maguire, Gill Pickett and all our ticket sellers.

 

The numbers in the Lotto draw this week were 6, 22, 24 and 29. There was no jackpot winner. We had three match 3 winners – Denise Mullins, Mena McDermott and Ml Fahey who won €70 each.

The jackpot next week will be €10,000. The draw takes place on Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm. Tickets available online, and from SuperValu, Palmerstown House, and Manor Hair Studios.

February 10 2020

 

Membership for 2020 is now due, and should be paid as soon as possible. The easiest way is to pay on on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie New members are very welcome.

 

Our senior footballers are back in action next weekend with a league match away to St Brigid’s on Sunday morning at 10.30am. Our minor hurlers are also due to play at home on Sunday at 11am. Fixture details will be available on the website during the week.

 

Well done to our U12 footballers who played very well in some tough challenge matches at the weekend.

 

The Easter Camp will be on from 6 – 9 April. The Cúl Camps will be on 6 – 10 July, and 13 – 17 July. Further information will follow.

 

Operation Transformation is on Thursday evening from the Clubhouse at 7.30 pm. All are welcome.

 

Training for all teams has now resumed, and matches will commence from next weekend. All teams are looking for new players – adult and juvenile. Fixture details and contact information available on our website.

 

The numbers in the Lotto draw this week were 6, 9, 28 and 29. There was no jackpot winner. We had four Lucky Dip winners – Ruth Smith, Susan Ward, P McKenna and Thomas O’Reilly.

The jackpot next week will be €9,800. The draw takes place on Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm. Tickets available online, and from SuperValu, Palmerstown House, and Manor Hair Studios.

February 3 2020

 

Our annual mentors and volunteers appreciation night will be held in the Palmerstown House this coming Friday, 7 February, from 9pm til late.

 

Operation Transformation is on Thursday evening from the Clubhouse at 7.30 pm. All are welcome.

 

Well done to our U12 footballers who played Westmanstown at the weekend.

 

The Easter Camp will be on from 6 – 9 April. The Cúl Camps will be on 6 – 10 July, and 13 – 17 July. Further information will follow.

 

Membership for 2020 is now due, and should be paid as soon as possible. The easiest way is to pay on on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie New members are very welcome.

 

GAA National Draw tickets must be returned to Eileen Maguire before Monday 10 February.

 

Training for all teams has now resumed, and matches will commence from next weekend. All teams are looking for new players – adult and juvenile. Fixture details and contact information available on our website.

 

The numbers in the Lotto draw this week were 3, 13, 17 and 21. There was no jackpot winner. We had four match 3 winners – Daithí Ó’Cinnéide, Chris Gaff, C Lynch and Noel Devitt who won €50 each.

The jackpot next week will be €9,600. The draw takes place on Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm. Tickets available online, and from SuperValu, Palmerstown House, and Manor Hair Studios.

January 27 2020

Operation Transformation is on again this Thursday evening 30 January from the Clubhouse at 7.30 pm. Thanks to the Waterstown Warriors and the Palmerstown House for their support.

 

John Glennon will lead the walk around Glenaulin Park, with the aim for people to come out and enjoy the exercise at whatever level you are comfortable with. All are welcome.

 

Thank you for supporting the Palmerstown House 40th Birthday Casino night on Friday. The club will share in the proceeds.

 

Well done to our U14 footballers who travelled to Celbridge on Saturday. Some fine performances all round.

The Easter Camp this year will be held from 6th to 9th April. Further information will follow.

 

Membership for 2020 is now due, and should be paid as soon as possible. The easiest way is to pay on on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie New members are very welcome.

 

GAA National Draw tickets are still on sale and available from team mentors. All tickets must be returned to Eileen Maguire before Monday 10 February.

 

Training for all teams is now resuming. All teams are looking for new players – adult and juvenile. Contact information available on our website.

 

The numbers in the Lotto draw this week were 6, 10, 20 and 26. There was no jackpot winner. We had five match 3 winners –Anne Moore, Catherine Eaton, Dessie O’Brien, Padraic O’Brien and Mike Monaghan who won €40 each.

The jackpot next week will be €9,400. The draw takes place on Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm. Tickets available online, and from SuperValu, Palmerstown House, and Manor Hair Studios

January 20 2020

Tickets are available from Eileen Maguire 087 7814852 for the Palmerstown House 40th Birthday Casino night on Friday 24th January. Further information from Eileen and on our Facebook page.

Operation Transformation is on again this Thursday evening 23 January from the Clubhouse at 7.30 pm. All are welcome.

 

Membership for 2020 is now due. The easiest way is to pay on on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie New members are very welcome.

 

GAA National Draw tickets are still on sale and available from team mentors. All tickets must be returned to Eileen Maguire before Monday 10 February.

 

Training for all teams is now resuming. All teams are looking for new players – adult and juvenile. Contact information available on our website.

 

The numbers in the Lotto draw this week were 5, 19, 25 and 28. There was no jackpot winner. We had three match 3 winners – John Maguire, Charlie Gillespie and Damo Ryan who won €70 each.

The jackpot next week will be €9,200. The draw takes place on Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm. Tickets available online, and from SuperValu, Palmerstown House, and Manor Hair Studios.

January 13 2020

A big show for Operation Transformation in Glenaulin Park last week. Our thanks to the Palmerstown House for their support. We go again this Thursday 16 January, from the Clubhouse at 7.30 pm. This is a community event, open to everyone.  All are welcome.

Membership for 2020 is now due. The easiest way is to pay on on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie New members are very welcome to join and participate in club activities.

 

GAA National Draw tickets are still on sale and available from team mentors.

 

Tickets available from Eileen Maguire 087 7814852 for the Palmerstown House 40th Birthday Casino night on Friday 24th January. Further information on our Facebook page.

 

Training for all teams is now resuming. All teams are looking for new players – adult and juvenile. Our Academy is back on too – all welcome. Contact information available on our website.

 

Congratulations to Sadhbh Duffy who has been selected for the Dublin intermediate camogie team.

 

The numbers in the Lotto draw this week were 5, 10, 12 and 27. There was no jackpot winner. We had four match 3 winners – Dan O’Sullivan, Ciara Agar, the Kennedy clan and Catriona Ryan who won €50 each.

The jackpot next week will be €9,000. The draw takes place on Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm. Tickets available online, and from SuperValu, Palmerstown House, and Manor Hair Studios.

Many thanks to all our ticket sellers and supporters. This is an important fundraiser and your support is appreciated.

January 6 2020

St Patrick's GAA in association with Operation Transformation invites you to join in our weekly walks in Glenaulin Park, starting this Thursday 9 January.  Meeting at the Clubhouse for a 7.30 pm start.  This is a community event, open to everyone.  All are welcome.

 

Thanks to everyone who supported the Paul Hegarty memorial match on the Saturday after Christmas. The match itself was very enjoyable with a large number of players past and present turning out. We had a big support too on the day, with €850 raised for cancer research.

Membership for 2020 is now due. The easiest way is to pay on on-line at www.stpatricksgaa.ie New members are very welcome to join and participate in club activities.

 

GAA National Draw tickets are still on sale and available from team mentors.

 

Training for all teams is now resuming. We are always looking for new players for all teams – adult and juvenile. Contact information available on our website.

 

The numbers in the Lotto draw this week were 3, 12, 27 and 28. There was no jackpot winner. We had one match 3 winner – Andy Kennedy who won €200.

The jackpot next week will be €8,800. The draw takes place on Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm. Tickets available online, and from SuperValu, Palmerstown House, and Manor Hair Studios.

Many thanks to all our ticket sellers and supporters. This is an important fundraiser and your support is appreciated.