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Mungret St. Pauls 3-8 Ahane 1-2

On Sunday 22 April the U-14 Ladies Footballers took on Ahane in the Féile final in Mungret. Against a very strong wind in the first half the girls held their composure and kept in reach of their opponents who led at half time by 2 points.

The overcast grey skies and showers did not dampen these girls hopes of victory as they took to the pitch for the second half with a determined attitude and played a skillful second half where the ball barely left the Mungret St. Pauls forwards. A goal early in the restart saw a lift in the girls spirits and the supporters encouragement helped speed the pace of the game.

The defense line of Mungret St. Pauls were not going to let anything through when the final whistle blew and the girls were confirmed winners of the Eileen Caromdy Memorial cup and to represent Limerick in the Féile 2018 on 29 June.

Well done to the girls, coaches and everyone who supported them in their goal.

On 17 April the U-14 Camogie girls were home to Newcastle West where the stronger team won but Mungret St. Pauls girls played a great game, coming off the pitch second place.

Mungret St. Pauls 0-5 Fr. Caseys 2-7
On Saturday 14 April, Mungret St. Pauls traveled to Adare for the replay of the Féíle Football Final to see who would represent Limerick. The Centra sponsored U-14 team held the majority of possession in the first half but were unable to convert any score while Fr. Caseys notched up 1-5 by the first whistle. The second half had Mungret St. Pauls with the wind but it still took a further 10 minutes for their first point quickly followed by another 3. Fr. Caseys placed another ball into the back of the Mungret St. Pauls net to further their lead and with the clock counting down Mungret St. Pauls only converted one of their 3 chances of points

Mungret St. Pauls 5-5 Monagea 2-2

Mungret St. Pauls transferred their home pitch to the Crescent Comprehensive school for their match against Monagea on Wednesday 4 April. Mungret St. Pauls played a strong match and lead from the off. There was some great foot and hand passes up worked up and down the pitch. A great performance from this team of girls.

Mungret St. Pauls 1-12 Monaleen 1-3

In very wet weather on Monday 2 April the U-16 footballers were on home ground as they played Monaleen. Mungret St. Pauls lead the whole way while Monaleen put pressure on our backs they were denied a score on a lot of trys.

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Mungret St. Pauls 1-5 Fr. Caseys 1-5

Mungret St. Pauls U-14 Féile footballers traveled to Mick Neville Park on Sunday 1 April with a chocolate free diet that morning they were prepared and ready to go. Each player put everything into the game and really put it up to Fr. Caseys. They get to meet each other again in a replay after the sided ended on a draw. We would like to Thank all who came to support and look forward to seeing the club support getting behind this team at the replay.

Thank you to Kieran Bolger for the photographs.

We are delighted to say we have just under 100 children at our Easter Camp this week who seem to be really enjoying playing in the weather we are currently getting. There are still another 2 days of fun activities for the children.

Mungret St. Pauls 3-8 Na Piarsaigh 1-7

On Wednesday 28 March the U-15 hurlers traveled to Caherdavin where they were lucky to miss out on a heavy shower. From the off Mungret St. Pauls lead and held onto the lead going in at half time. The second half Na Piarsaigh started a bit stronger but Mungret St. Pauls had a strong hold on the lead. There were some great scores won and the Mungret St. Pauls defense worked hard to break down Na Piarsaighs challenges.

On Sunday 18 February we had two teams out on pitches playing for their right to stay in the next stage in the Féile. First up we had the older team playing in Division 1 on the home pitch against Monaleen.

Mungret St. Pauls 0-4 Monaleen 0-2

The first half saw evenly matched teams with a draw at half time it could go either way in the second half but Mungret St. Pauls stood up to the challenges Monaleen gave them and brought the low scoring game in their favour bringing them forward to the Semi Final where they meet Newcastle West in Newcastle West on March 4 at 11am.

Mungret St. Pauls 2-3 Cappamore 1-3

On a dreary Sunday last our under 13 team took to the pitch to play Cappamore in the U14 Feile. We were missing a few players but had a panel of 18 for the game. The game started in a very competitive fashion with defenses on top. Our players were the physically smaller side but that did not inhibit them in any way.  We had some great interlinking play which resulted in a well taken Cian Baggot goal. We then conceded a soft goal ourselves which led the half time score to be 1-1 a piece.  In the second half we had to roll up our sleeves and we produced some great attacking play which resulted in a Muiris Ahern break away goal. Both teams exchanged a number of points before we had to defend a late onslaught on our goals with Conor Morgan, Brian Hassett and Jake Foley all made telling blocks to keep out the opposition.  Marcus Lyons was immense at centre back with our two midfielders John Wright and Cian Kinnevane putting their all into the game. Up front Mark O Brien, Luke Walsh and Diarmuid Hynes worked tirelessly and showed for everything. The final whistle came and we won out 2-4 to 1-4. It was a great team performance with players playing for each other and being fully committed to their team.  We have a bye in the next round. 
One thing for our club to note I think the Hassetts have created history with both Jason and Brian captaining Feile A and B match winning teams respectively!!! Well done to them!

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