CLUB NOTES 2017
December 17 2017
Things are winding down now as we come to the end of a very successful year.
Congratulations to Sadhbh Duffy on her selection for the Dublin Junior Premier camógie team. A great talent with a very bright future.
The St Patrick’s GAA Christmas Charity walk will take place on St Stephens’ morning at 11am in Glenaulin Park. All welcome. A donation will be made to the Elizabeth McNicholas Trust.
We are actively recruiting for our U7s girls and boys teams for 2018. Anyone born in 2011 who would like to join these teams please contact Denise Mullins on 086 1591268 (girls) and David O’Hanlon 087 7422646 (boys). Flyers will be in all local schools in early January for any child interested in playing Gaelic Football, Hurling or Camogie with details of all teams, mentors and contact details.
Our U8 boys are holding a Christmas Tree Collection for Recycling on the weekend of January 6 -7th. Text Tom on 087 6614029 or Ken on 087 6595491 to have your tree collected.
Our Lotto numbers for this week were 6, 17, 19 and 25. There was no winner. There were one match three winner – C O’Leary. The jackpot for next week will be €6,800.
There are some changes to our draws over the Christmas period. Our next draw will take place on Saturday night 23 December in the Palmerstown House at 10pm. There will no draw on 31 December, with the next draw after on 7 January, 2018.
Tickets are available from Supervalu, Palmerstown House, Manor Hair Studios, Mullingar House, and Chapelizod Post Office. Many thanks to all our ticket sellers and everyone for supporting this important fundraiser.
St Patrick’s GAA would like to wish all sponsors, friends and members across the community a very happy Christmas and all the best for the New Year. Thank you for your great support in 2017.
Nollaig Shona agus Athbhliain fé Mhaise dhaoibh.
December 11 2017
Our Christmas Raffle & Social night was held in the Palmerstown House on Friday night. Delighted to see so many people come along and enjoy themselves.
Thanks to our sponsors, those who donated raffle prizes, and particularly our Fundraising Committee who did so much to make the night a success.
Off the field was busy again with the juvenile section finishing off their training this weekend and enjoying their end of season parties.
The U10 girls Christmas Charity Walk will be on St Stephens’ morning at 11am in Glenaulin. All welcome.
We are now actively recruiting for our U7s girls and boys teams for 2018. Anyone born in 2011 who would like to join these teams can text your details to (086)2224672. Fliers will be in all local schools in early January for any child interested in playing Gaelic Football, Hurling or Camógie with further details of all teams, mentors and contact details.
Arrangements are being made to hold our Juvenile Presentation night in the next few weeks. Details will be confirmed soon.
Our Lotto numbers for this week were 18, 24, 28 and 30. There was no winner. There was one match three winner of €200 - Fergus Mooney. The jackpot for next week will be €6,600. Draw takes place every Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm.
December 4 2017
Our Christmas Raffle & Social night will be held in the Palmerstown House this coming Friday 8th December from 8.30pm. We will be launching our On-Line Lotto and GAA National Draw. Sam Maguire and Special Guests will be present. It promises to be a great night, and all are welcome.
Good news this week with the Club receiving a grant of €31,000 in Sports Capital funding for sports equipment. Well done to everyone who helped secure this funding.
Thanks to everyone who took part in the clean-up of the Clubhouse on Saturday morning, and helping with the Christmas decorations. It looks well at the moment, so lets all play our part in keeping it neat and tidy from now on.
Off the field was very busy with several parties and end of year events going on. Our U9 boys went to the cinema and MacDonalds. Our U14s went Go-Karting, while there was a huge turn-out with over 90 children at the Academy Christmas party on Sunday. All had great fun and enjoyment, and thanks to everyone who made all this possible.
Plenty more to look forward to as well. Our U10 girls Christmas party night is on Wednesday at 7pm.
The U10 girls Christmas Charity Walk will be on St Stephens’ morning at 11am in Glenaulin. All welcome.
We will be holding our Juvenile Presentation night in the next few weeks. Details will be confirmed soon.
Our Lotto numbers for this week were 1, 15, 22 and 29. There was no winner. There were 3 match three winners (€70 each) – John Middleton, A&K Fagan, and Pat McDermott. The jackpot for next week will be €6,400. Draw takes place every Sunday night in the Palmerstown House at 10pm.
Tickets are available from Supervalu, Palmerstown House, Manor Hair Studios, Mullingar House, and Chapelizod Post Office.
April 17 2017
St Pats Senior Camogie team played in their final on Tuesday. They put in a great performance against Whitehall only losing out by a small margin. Well done to the girls and their managers. The team were back in action Thursday in Glenaulin against St Vincents, securing a draw.
In football congratulations to our Minor football player Cian Mc Grane playing with Dublin u17s against Kerry in Limerick on Easter Sunday.
The under 8 Boys represented St Patricks in the Littlewoods Ireland GAA Go Games series in Croke Park. Following a tour of the dressing rooms the boys got to run out onto the hallowed turf to the sound of the crowd. Well done to all and thanks to Leinster Council and all who helped to make this happen.
Best of luck to everyone in our Easter Camp this week running from 18th to the 21st.
Preparation continues for our new developement fundraiser The Oskars taking place on June 17th in the Red Cow Morans Hotel. Thanks to those who have signed up to act or offered sponsorship so far. New actors welcome to sign up. For more detail click here.
Our lotto no's were 4,13,24,25. on April 16th. There was no winner. Next weeks Jackpot is at €5200.
Thanks for your support. Draw takes place every Sunday at 10pm in Palmerstown House. Lotto available at Supervalu, Manor Hair Studios and Palmerstown House.
April 24 2017
Well done to the U16s on a great win in their Championship match against Lucan. It was a great team performance full of passion and skill. All their hard work is certainly paying off. Thanks to the senior players who have been giving up time to help with the training. Best of luck to 4 players Darren, Marc, Ryan and Seamus who are involved in the trials for the Dublin development squads on Sunday and Wednesday for U16/U15.
Thank you and well done to Maree O Toole and Paul Faughnan on a very sucessful Easter camp. 150 Children participated in what was by all accounts a great and fun week. Thank you to all the coaches who worked hard and kept the kids active all week.
Another great win for the club with our Senior Camogie team winning their league match against C.B.C. away in Dolphin Park with a score of 4-10 to 1-2, well done girls. Congrats to our U13 footballers who had a great win away to Round Towers this week. Well done lads, keep
up the hard work. Minor hurlers were up against St Vincents Sunday morning. They started out well with a strong 1st half performance but St.Vincents moved the momentum in the second half securing the win.Well done to our Junior footballers who had a comfortable win over
Fingallians in Glenaulin Sunday afternoon.
Cian McGrane played Saturday in Portlaoise in the u17 football league final with Dublin vs Cork. Well done from all here in St Patrick's GAA Club Palmerstown.
Busy week ahead with the commencing of our OsKaRs training. Best of luck to all involved. Still some places for Actors but hurry!
U14 hurlers have their Feile at the weekend with St Pats Palmerstown hosts to the event. Please come out and support the lads and help out in what way you can to make the event a sucess for all. Those attending the event are advised car parking spaces will be scarce as we accomadate visiting teams.
Our lotto numbers were 2,18,19,21. No winner this week. Jackpot for Sunday 30th April is €5400. Thank you for all your support.Tickets available from Manor Hair Studios, Supervalu and Palmerstown House.
April 12 2017
Great weekend for St. Patrick's G.A.A. club Palmerstown with a great performance
from our u14s at their Feile Peil on Saturday in Bremore Park. They did themselves
and their mentors proud on the day. For some great photos of Feile Peil click here.
Glenaulin Park was full of activity Saturday morning with our under 8,9,10 and 11s in
hurling. Well done to our u10 ladies in their Camogie blitz Saturday afternoon.
Congratulations to u13 Camogie on a great match Sunday with a win of 6-5 to 5-6 over
Commercials. Under 8s were busy with a blitz Sunday morning showing some great
Hard luck to our Senior Hurlers losing out in a great game Saturday. Minor footballers lost to Round Towers Sunday morning.
Hard luck to our Senior Camogie team in their Final on Tuesday against Whitehall .They put in a great performance on the day and should be proud of themselves. Well done to all.
For upcoming fixtures click here
Thank you to Andy Slater and Keith Pickett representing St Patrick's G.A.A Club at St Lorcans BNS 50th birthday celebrations and tree planting ceremony a great occasion for Palmerstown past and present pupils and staff.
Congratulations to our new referees Brian Mooney, Jack Clarke and Ellie Clarke doing a great job in Glenaulin on Saturday.
Dates for our Diary:
Gaelic4Girls continued Thursdays 7-8pm Ages 8-12, at St Pats, Glenaulin. Enrol 6.45 pm.
Easter Camp April 18-21st 9.30am -1.30pm Ages 5-12, €30, at St. Patrick's G.A.A. clubs,Glenaulin. Contact Paul 0876613104
U14s have been chosen as hosts for their hurling Feile na nGael in Glenaulin on 29th April.
Oskars Club Developement fundraiser : New Actors welcome to sign up. Email club secretary. Auditions Mon 24th April ,
Live Oskars Show 17th June.
Our Lotto Draw takes place every Sunday at 10pm in Palmerstown House. Numbers drawn 9th April were 3,21,27,30 with no winner.
Next weeks Jackpot is €5000
Tickets available at Supervalu, Manor Hair Studios and Palmerstown House. Thank you for all your support
April 4 2017
Another busy week for St Pats with lots going on.
Well done to Gill and Denise giving their first session in their Gaelic girls programme on Thursday. Lots of new faces welcomed to our club on the evening.
On the field this week.Our U8 girls played Geraldine P Morans showing great skill and playing lovely football in their matchSunday. Under 9s boys played away this weekend against Kilmacud giving a performance to be proud of.
Well done to our two u10 teams in their matches Saturday showing a determined defense on the field
Meanwhile Our U11's lost out narrowly to a very good Scoil Ui Chonail Saturday but gave a great performance.
Well done to our u14 hurlers on a great win over Cuala.
Adults Senior footballers and Minor hurlers were both unlucky losing out in their games.
Congratulations to St. Pat's Brian Mooney ,Jack and Ellie Clarke on qualifying as referees this weekend.
Preparation and recruitment continues for our Oskars.in Red Cow Morans Hotel on June 17th.
Reminder Club Memberships now due for renewal .Easter camp takes place 18th to 21st April at 30 euro.
Our Lotto Numbers for April 2nd were: 10,15,19,30 . No Winner this week.
Jackpot for 9th April is €4800
Draw takes place every Sunday at 10pm in Palmerstown House
Tickets are available from Manor Hair Studios, Supervalu and Palmerstown House.
Thanks to all for your support.